Our Rooflights are manufactured to the highest standards and have been specifically developed for the flat roofing market. We offer one of the widest ranges of rooflights in the UK, and can accommodate bespoke designs to suit any structure.

Rooflights used as a complement to artificial lighting can considerably reduce the annual energy consumption of a building, thereby reducing CO2 emissions. Increasing the number of rooflights creates a greater potential energy saving.

The benefit of using rooflights go further than just reducing energy consumption; research has shown that increased levels of daylight can aid health, learning and also increase productivity.

Polycarbonate rooflights are all manufactured using a thermoforming process which has close similarities with vacuum forming except that greater use is made of air pressure. Each skin of the rooflight is manufactured individually and then combined to make the required rooflight. Each adjacent pair of skins are separated by a 20mm air gap to achieve the best possible thermal efficiency.

All rooflights are manufactured in accordance with harmonised European Standard BS EN 1873:2005 and carry the CE mark. Our range has been tested for fragility by Building Research Establishment (BRE) and attains a class B non-fragile assembly classification.

Polycarbonate rooflights can comply with L1 and L2 of the Building Regulations. All the materials used in the construction of our rooflights and kerbs can be fully recycled.

The MK7 Advance range has been specifically designed to be utilised as a security conscious glass rooflight assembly. It is internally fixed to either an upstand structure in its own right or integrated into any of the MK7 Advance UPVC rooflight kerb ranges to give flexibility to suit most flat or inclined roofing applications.

Although primarily adopting a security conscious method of installation, no fixings are visible from the external of the rooflight or from the internal of the building bringing a new dimension to rooflight aesthetic design.

The 112mm high UPVC MK7 Advance range utilises a bead clip arrangement to secure the glazing and can accept a Double or Triple glazed glass from 22.4mm to 32.8mm thickness. With the flexibility to use a variety of glass thicknesses and specifications the MK7 Advance range can offer exceptionally low U-values.

Advantages over other systems include:

  • Rapid installation
  • Individually made to measure
  • Exceptional U Values
  • No cold bridging
  • Health and Safety friendly
  • Impact resistant
  • Competitively priced
  • Fully recycled
  • UV protected UPVC frame
  • Safety glass

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