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All of our roof lights are proudly manufactured in the UK. Buying from rooflights.com means you benefit from Glazing Visions 25 years of experience designing and manufacturing precision engineered architectural rooflights.

Rooflights.com provide a comprehensive range of rooflights to help bring light, air and space into the home. These state-of-the-art rooflights are manufactured with a sleek, minimal framework to meet building regulations.


Products

Flushglaze Fixed Rooflight

Flushglaze Fixed Rooflight

The original Flushglaze is a contemporary low profile fixed rooflight designed for installation on flat roofs or pitched roofs up to 70 degrees. The ...

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Flushglaze Secure Laminated Rooflight

Flushglaze Secure Laminated Rooflight

The Flushglaze Secure is the first rooflight in the UK to be awarded the Secured by Design mark (LPS2081) This rooflight has been attack tested and c...

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Flushglaze Triple Glazed Rooflight

Flushglaze Triple Glazed Rooflight

The original Flushglaze is a contemporary low profile fixed triple glazed rooflight designed for installation on flat roofs or pitched roofs up to 70 ...

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Flushglaze Fixed Walk On Rooflight

Flushglaze Fixed Walk On Rooflight

The Flushglaze Walk On is a fixed rooflight designed for flat roof applications to withstand domestic foot traffic. When installed the Flushglaze Wal...

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Fixed Square Pyramid Rooflight

Fixed Square Pyramid Rooflight

Our fixed pyramid rooflight is constructed of 4 glass facets at a pitch of 45 degrees, with glass to glass silicone joins offering excellent light tra...

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Fixed Elongated Pyramid Rooflight

Fixed Elongated Pyramid Rooflight

Our fixed lantern style rooflight is constructed of 4 glass facets at a pitch of 45 degrees, with glass to glass silicone joins at the hipped ends and...

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Pitchglaze in plane roof window – landscape orientation

Pitchglaze in plane roof window – landscape orientation

The Pitchglaze is an in-plane roof window suitable for pitched tiled roof applications between 15 and 60 degrees. It is fully CE marked, has a Qualic...

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Pitchglaze in plane roof window – portrait orientation

Pitchglaze in plane roof window – portrait orientation

The Pitchglaze is an in-plane roof window ideal for pitched tiled roof applications between 15 and 60 degrees. The Pitchglaze has been designed so th...

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Enduroshield Easy Clean Coating

Enduroshield Easy Clean Coating

Glass treatment system designed to keep your glass cleaner for longer – applied by Glazing Vision in our factory. EnduroShield is a revolutionary inv...

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VisionVent Rooflight (Chain Actuated Electric)

VisionVent Rooflight (Chain Actuated Electric)

The VisionVent chain actuated vent only rooflight opens to approximately 244mm using a factory installed 240v chain driven mechanism operated by a wal...

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VisionVent Control Panel & Rain Sensor

VisionVent Control Panel & Rain Sensor

MB06 Control Panel & Rain Sensor for use with Chain Actuated VisionVent Rooflight. Allows Chain Actuated VisionVent to open automatically when ambien...

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Architectural Finishing Kit Kerb Trim (2m length)

Architectural Finishing Kit Kerb Trim (2m length)

Finishing kit designed to be fixed onto existing up-stands providing a clean finish for rooflights which can be viewed from above. Trim is supplied i...

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Pitchglaze Flashing Kit UK Specialists

Pitchglaze Flashing Kit UK Specialists

Flashing kit for Pitchglaze roof window, comprising of: Code 4 lead flashing 150mm/450mm wide Head Apron (roof underlay) Jamb Apron (roof underlay) 5...

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UK Architectural Crank Handle Accessories

UK Architectural Crank Handle Accessories

For Glazing Vision manually hinged VisionVent rooflights, designed to locate with screw jack mechanism so VisionVent unit can be opened. Contents 1 x...

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UK Glazing Vision Rooflights Hardware Kit

UK Glazing Vision Rooflights Hardware Kit

ALL GLAZING VISION ROOFLIGHTS ARE SUPPLIED WITH HARDWARE KITS AS STANDARD – YOU DO NOT NEED TO PURCHASE A KIT WITH YOUR ROOFLIGHT UNLESS YOU REQUIRE S...

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Case Studies & Blog

Private Residence, Snettisham

Private Residence, Snettisham

Rooflights.com’s fixed elongated pyramid was instrumental in updating this grand Snettisham property. TIME FOR A CHANGE RGR Developments were tasked...

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Uplands Road, London

Uplands Road, London

A frameless walk-on rooflight was expertly used to enhance this flat roof extension and maximise space in the home. Through careful planning, the arch...

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What is a thermal break?

What is a thermal break?

Thermal breaks are manufactured out of material that is very poor at conducting heat, so that when introduced into a metal frame it forms a physical b...

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What is a U-value?

What is a U-value?

A U-value measures how effective a material is as an insulator. The lower the U-value of your rooflight, the better it is, as a heat insulator. When i...

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Thermal performance features of rooflights

Thermal performance features of rooflights

Thermal performance features of rooflights How is a rooflight’s thermal performance declared? These days, most people understand the benefits of havi...

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What is the Passivhaus Standard and why is it important?

What is the Passivhaus Standard and why is it important?

Homeowners looking to build their own house, or substantially renovate an existing property, might assume that meeting the building regulations applic...

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How do rooflights contribute to a building’s energy efficiency?

How do rooflights contribute to a building’s energy efficiency?

What makes a building energy efficient? When choosing products for a building project, it’s easy to concentrate on each item individually – costs, per...

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What is the correct pitch for rooflights?

What is the correct pitch for rooflights?

The correct pitch for rooflights installed on a flat roof is between 3 and 5 degrees. This ensures that water will drain off the surface of the glass ...

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Advantages of roof windows over dormer windows

Advantages of roof windows over dormer windows

Traditional features in modern housing Take a look at any housing site where multiple dwellings are being constructed and it’s likely that a majority ...

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What is the maximum pitch for rooflights?

What is the maximum pitch for rooflights?

The maximum pitch for a rooflight on a flat roof is 5 degrees. For pitches greater than 5 degrees, the pitch must be built into the roof with the kerb...

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What is cold bridging?

What is cold bridging?

Cold bridging is when condensation forms on the inside of the rooflight framework. This occurs when the rooflight is situated over a room with high hu...

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What is a Krypton filled cavity?

What is a Krypton filled cavity?

The cavity is the width between two panes which can be filled with Kyrpton to improve the U-value rating of a double or triple glazed rooflight. A roo...

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What is an Argon filled cavity?

What is an Argon filled cavity?

The cavity is the width between two panes which can be filled with Argon to improve the u-value rating of a double or triple glazed rooflight. A roofl...

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Rooflight 5 tips for bespoke kitchen design

Rooflight 5 tips for bespoke kitchen design

We all know how interior design trends can go in and out of style: homeowners face the constant decision between choosing a trendy, contemporary look ...

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A guide to choosing a Pitchglaze rooflight for maximising daylight in the home

A guide to choosing a Pitchglaze rooflight for maximising daylight in the home

Rooflights and roof windows are popular additions to homes thanks to their ability to increase the amount of natural daylight. When choosing a roof w...

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The benefits of opening rooflights

The benefits of opening rooflights

One of the main reasons people opt to install glass rooflights in a building is to increase natural daylight. This reduces reliance on electricity dur...

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What are the benefits of Flushglaze fixed rooflights?

What are the benefits of Flushglaze fixed rooflights?

Flushglaze rooflights are the original rooflight designed for flat roof applications and are a cost effective way of maximising the natural daylight i...

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Benefits of walk on specification Flushglaze rooflights

Benefits of walk on specification Flushglaze rooflights

Standard Flushglaze rooflights are an effective way of maximising the amount of natural daylight in your home; they are cost effective and easy to ins...

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Benefits of pyramid and lantern rooflights

Benefits of pyramid and lantern rooflights

Modern rooflight systems come in all shapes and sizes and can be specified in a variety of different finishes and glass specifications. Most peoples e...

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Water build up on rooflights

Water build up on rooflights

Water build up, often referred to as ‘ponding’ on rooflights, can be problematic as the evaporated rain water leaves dirt and grime on the glass makin...

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Rooflights.com sponsored team wins Junior League Cup

Rooflights.com sponsored team wins Junior League Cup

Congratulations to Talconeston Football Club for securing their 3-1 victory against a strong Castle Acre Swifts team in the Final of the Junior League...

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Using an Architect with RIBA plan of work

Using an Architect with RIBA plan of work

Following on from our post on ‘How to choose the right architect’, which covered tips from where you should research to what type of questions you sho...

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Can I install a glass rooflight anywhere?

Can I install a glass rooflight anywhere?

Glass rooflights come in all shapes and sizes and can perform a variety of functions from simply improving the amount of natural daylight within a roo...

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What are the benefits of triple glazed rooflights?

What are the benefits of triple glazed rooflights?

Energy efficient glazing helps to reduce the amount of heat naturally lost through rooflights and windows. Not only do double and triple glazed units...

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Can I use walk on rooflights in the wet?

Can I use walk on rooflights in the wet?

Walk on rooflights provide a unique feature for bringing natural light into rooms, either from beneath roof terraces or basements; they’re a great way...

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Why should toughened glass be used for domestic rooflights?

Why should toughened glass be used for domestic rooflights?

All glass installed overhead in products such as rooflights and skylights must be ‘safety glass’; by that we mean toughened or tempered glass. Toughe...

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Keeping the glass on rooflights clean

Keeping the glass on rooflights clean

Installing a rooflight within your home is all about optimising natural daylight and maximising space within your property, whether this is part of a ...

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Do I need planning permission to install a flat roof glass skylight?

Do I need planning permission to install a flat roof glass skylight?

Any building project that involves significant change of use or appearance of a building requires careful consideration as to whether planning permiss...

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When do you need a FENSA certificate?

When do you need a FENSA certificate?

We often get asked by our customers if we can supply a FENSA certificate when installing our roof light products as there seems to be confusion over w...

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How to choose the right architect

How to choose the right architect

Choosing an architect to design your home can be a daunting prospect; whether you are after a simple single storey extension or a complete renovation,...

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