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Can you give me a conservatory roof quote over the phone?
Conservatory roofs are extremely hard to price over the phone or online. Firstly there are many options from roof type and material to structural work and sizes. You can visit our Conservatory roof costs page to get an idea of costs.
What our service offers you is the opportunity to get in contact with 2 or 3 local companies who will actually come and see your current conservatory, advise you and what you can have, the materials and styles available and then leave you with a free no-obligation quote.
What will happen?
If you do decide to use our service to help you obtain free no obligation quotes we will first contact you after your enquiry, confirm your details and what you are looking for, then introduce the local companies we have available and only when you decide you want to get the quotes will we arrange those for you.
What if I change my mind?
If you decide to change your mind or maybe have already got quotes from the companies we work with we will end your enquiry right there, so you don’t need to be worried about thousands of call and emails coming in at all hours of the day.
If you change your mind at a later stage you can let us know and we will contact the companies for you to end your enquiry.
You are in control
We want to make it clear that you are in control from start to finish, and whilst we cant offer this service online or by email we are focused on making sure you have a simple, pleasant experience getting quotes.
You may need to replace your conservatory roof if you notice signs of damage, such as leaks or cracks, or if the roof is outdated and not providing adequate insulation.
The time it takes to replace a conservatory roof will depend on the size of your conservatory, the type of roof you are replacing, and the complexity of the job. However, most roof replacements can be completed within a few days to a week.
Generally, if the new roof has the same dimensions and materials as the original roof, you do not need planning permission. However, if you are changing the shape, height or materials of the roof, you may need planning permission.
We do check the companies ourselves to make sure they have the relevant accreditations, however we always recommend to your own research. We’ve provided a installer check list on our Conservatory roof installer page.