Your conservatory features a 32mm polycarbonate roof as standard with a range of colour options available. If you prefer the luxury of a glass roof we can offer advice and prices on clear, thermal defence or anti-sun alternatives. Centurion also supply replacement DIY conservatory roofs in either polycarbonate or glass, made to measure, with full BBA accreditations.

We are able to manufacture a huge range of roof styles, from lowest 2.5° pitch lean to up to 45° pitches for Gable and Edwardian conservatories. We can even accommodate non-symmetrical roofs, or design to fit into the most difficult locations. Centurion supply the majority of our DIY conservatory kits with the Zoom Conservatory Roof System to ensure a cohesive, complete look with a fantastic fit and finish.

Polycarbonate Conservatory Roofs

Our standard roof glazing is 32mm thick, polycarbonate providing you with a cost effective, thermally efficient roof, in your choice of colour. Silver helps keep the conservatory cool in the summer by reducing heat penetration by up to 50%.

Polycarbonate Conservatory Roof Options

Glass Conservatory Roofs

Glass Conservatory RoofA glass conservatory roof offers a number of benefits including heat reflection, thermal insulation, glare reduction and options for self cleaning. We manufacture our own glazed units on site, and are able to accomodate most glass options available including the ever-popular Pilkington and Reflex ranges.

Our most popular conservatory roof glazing is Pilkington K Blue Anti-sun or Pilkington Activ K. The Anti sun offers a U-Value of 1.8, with the bonus of a Blue tint to reduce glare. On dull days the inside of your conservatory will still appear bright. Pilkington Activ K-Glass is a 'Self Cleaning' Glass roof so when it rains any bird mess and other dirt will simply wash itself away. When you consider that research has found that 80% of conservatory owners spent over £1000 on internal blinds within 18 months of purchasing their conservatory, specifying solar control glass may save you money in the long run.

Replacement Conservatory Roofs

There are many reasons why people replace their conservatory roof. We often see people who have recently moved into a new house only to find the conservatory leaks! A DIY polycarbonate conservatory roof offers a cost-effective way to solve the problem. People looking to upgrade a conservatory may want to change their polycarbonate roof to a glass roof. A glass roof offers greater energy efficiency, less noise and options for self-cleaning and solar control.

We provide a 10 working day turn around on orders as standard, so if you’re in need of a new roof for your conservatory, call us on 0800 389 7261 for further details.