Why Specify the Conservation Rooflight®?
Designed with slim clean lines and a low-profile to match the roofline, enhancing the aesthetics of a building
Offers a paintable moisture-resistant internal lining, which sits flush to the reveal and can be finished to blend with the internal décor
Wide range of blinds to suit all tastes (available for clients to view on this website)
Featured on award-winning landmark buildings, Royal Palaces and the best of British Heritage Architecture (Natural History Museum, Somerset House, Kensington Palace to name but a few) and is frequently used by the National Trust & English Heritage
As the original innovator of the Conservation Rooflight®, we have the longest track record of obtaining rooflight planning approval due to the authentic low-profile design
The Conservation Rooflight® is CE Marked, complying with UK and European Regulations, ensuring Building Control approval
Designed and assembled in the UK.
The Conservation Rooflight® is suitable for roof pitches between 17.5° and 65°. If your roof pitch is outside of this range please contact our Customer Services team.
Please note: the following information is only relevant to the latest revision of the Conservation Rooflight®. We recommend that you read carefully through the below information before selecting a roof window size to ensure it will provide the correct installation for your project.
Lead time: The lead time for a standard Conservation Rooflight® is 7 working days.
Linings: All Conservation Rooflights® have linings which are sealed and finished with a white coating.
If you have previously ordered a roof window from us and would like to order accessories, we recommend that you consult with our Customer Services Department to check which revision you have, as accessory options may vary.
The following links will take you to the relevant technical details for the latest revision of the Conservation Rooflight®. For technical information relating to previous revisions, contact our Customer Services team.