Due to the Covid19 pandemic we are experiencing delays in our supply chain. Whilst we can still deliver most of our stock items within 2 days, some of our products are taking longer to dispatch than usual. Because of this we strongly recommend that you have a confirmed delivery date from us before arranging installation. Please do not hesitate to contact us to check availability.
Meets current building standards including Conservation, English Heritage and the National Trust
The original and most authentic Conservation rooflight designed to faithfully replicate the Victorian cast iron roof window whilst benefiting from the latest technological advances in thermal performance.
Its design retains the character and value of any heritage building or Listed property. Features on award-winning landmark buildings and is frequently used by the National Trust & English Heritage.
Lickey End First School, Bromsgrove
A common problem facing architects briefed with designing school…View More
Queensberry House, Edinburgh
Originally built in circa 1667, Queensberry House is a 17th Century…View More
Wiston Church, Lanarkshire
When this old church in Lanarkshire was due to be converted to…View More
Standedge Visitor Centre, Huddersfield
Architects, A&DP needed to introduce maximum light and ventilation…View More
Which installation do I need?
When we refer to rooflight sizes, we use the structural widths and lengths that the rooflight will be fitted in to. The structural dimension is the clear opening that is required within the roof structure in order to install the product directly on to the rafters (main structural members making up the roof). We call this an ‘On The Rafter Installation’ or a ‘Proud Installation’. The rooflight height may be a little greater than the roof build up, so the rooflight may sit slightly proud of the roof level, however this still results in a beautiful external aesthetic for most roof types, especially traditional builds.
on the rafter
Between the rafter