Our made to measure rooflights are available in flat or lantern styles, with a range of opening and design choices. The system has been carefully designed with slim sightlines, excellent thermal performance and a unique mechanically fixed glazing cassette.

Flat Rooflights

Fixed, ventilation and egress flat rooflights.


Our flat rooflights are manufactured with Kestrel Aluminium thermally broken profiles. When combined with our A-rated double glazed units they offer U-values as low as 1.2 W/m²K.

The ventilation design can be operated manually or by concealed chain drive actuators, and the egress design is operated by gas springs and features an espagnolet locking system.

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Why Choose a Flat Rooflight?

  • Contemporary appearance maximises light
  • Usually a better choice for pitched roofs
  • Opening options allow ventilation or roof access
  • Glazing cassette can be easily replaced
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Lantern Rooflights

Contemporary, 2-way and 3-way lantern rooflights.


The bold architectural lantern rooflight utilises the Synseal Stratus system, making use of the advanced polyamide nylon glass composite thermal breaks and A-rated glazing options to offer supreme thermal efficiency.

The hard-wearing aluminium exterior ridges are 66% smaller than conventional designs and are fixed at a 20°. The systems strength allows designs up to 3 metres wide and 6 metres long.

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Why Choose a Lantern Roof?

  • Can be more fitting for a period home
  • Additional headspace from low ceiling height
  • It's strength allows larger sizes
  • Maximum thermal performance
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Slim sightlines play a key role in letting in as much light as possible with our rooflights. Ultimately aesthetically pleasing featuring fuss-free low-line ridges combined with round-edged glazing bars creates a softer and more contemporary appearance.

The secure rooflight provides an elegant appeal to any home, orangery or extension whilst enhancing your lifestyle. The corner joints are performed with mechanical cleats with the aid of punch tooling to each of the corners of the rooflight.

Glazing & Thermal Performance

Take advantage of either 28mm double or triple glazed sealed units in combination with our thermally broken profiles to ensure your home stays bright, warm and secure.

Our most thermally efficient rooflight is the lantern roof, with U-values as low as 0.9 W/m²K to help keep your room cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.