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Internal Conservatory Roof Insulation Cost & Prices 2023

If you’re using your conservatory all throughout the year then you’ll likely notice how hot it gets in summer and how costly it is to heat in winter.

Whilst high summer temperatures are to be expected in a conservatory (and partly what they’re all about), they can exceed an unbearable 40C degrees, which is not only pretty inhospitable but also potentially dangerous.

Conversely, heating a conservatory adequately in the winter is expensive. 

Roof insulation in a conservatory can help mitigate the extremes in temperature within a conservatory and make it a more hospitable room to use.

This article will cover what you can expect to pay for internal conservatory roof insulation, factors that can affect the cost and other common questions around roof insulation for conservatories.

Average Insulation Cost

By compiling quotes from 5 conservatory specialists and 6 secondary sources, we generated these average conservatory roof insulation costs. 

Prices include materials and labour but not interior design (aside from plastering where applicable). Prices also assume that your original conservatory foundations will remain untouched. 

Conservatory SizeAluminium Panels Roof Insulation uPVC Roof Insulation Plastered Roof Insulation
3m x 2m £1100£1100£1,600
3m x 3m£1200£1,450£2,450
4m x 4m£2,850£3,350£3,850
6m x 4m£3,200£3,950£4,950+
8m x 4/6m£4,200£5,200£6,200+

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We’ve done our best to give you a good idea of what you can expect to pay for conservatory roof insulation.

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About the Author

Alex Johnson is a qualified quantity surveyor and writer with a passion for conducting original research and uncovering the true cost of jobs. His cost data has been referenced by EDF Energy and the Scottish Government.