Loft Ideas - Glazing Options

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Velux Conservation Roof Windows

Conservation windows blend seamlessly with older, more traditional buildings and keep a heritage feel with a vertical centre bar and black finish exterior.
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Velux CABRIO Balcony Windows

The CABRIO? Balcony turns a Roof Window into an instant balcony in seconds. A great way to add value and a real wow factor to your property.
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Velux Roof Terrace Windows

Even if your loft floor space is limited, you can still enjoy the flow of light and space that a Roof Terrace brings.
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A full range of Velux glazing options are available

Roof windows are exposed to all kinds of weather. VELUX glazing provides heat insulation, sound insulation, added strength and safety ? and protection from the elements. A full range of glazing types are available to suit your particular needs.
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Velux Solar Hot Water Systems

More and more people in the UK are becoming aware of green issues, and the impact their home has on the environment. If you are looking for a clean, renewable source of hot water, solar heating is the answer.
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Hallway after Velux Sun Tunnel installed

When converting an interior space into a loft isn't possible, installing Sun Tunnels is the perfect solution to let sunlight into darker spaces into a single storey home.
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Bathroom after Velux Sun Tunnel installed

The Flat Roof Sun Tunnel brings natural daylight to areas where a Flat Roof Window cannot be used.
Velux dormer window

Let the Sun Shine in!

Velux dormer windows provide an alternative to traditional flat roof dormers that offer more daylight, greater view and ideal for increasing headroom height.
Velux Roof Windows pine finish combination

Beautiful & Easy to Use

Combine vertical and sloping Natural Pine Roof Windows to extend the possibilities for view and daylight.
Velux Conservation Roof Windows

Traditional Look & Style

Velux Conservation Roof Windows with black external profiles for traditional buildings available in centre pivot or top hung with recessed installation for slate and tiled roofs.
Velux Extension Roof Window

More Space - More Light

White polyurethane finish is perfect for contemporary interiors and ideal for humid rooms such as ktichens or bathrooms.
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VELUX Top-Hung Roof Windows give you an uninterrupted view when fully opened, create extra headroom and a feeling of being outside.

With the handle at the bottom, our Top Hung windows are simple to open and close. Flood your home with light by combining them together to give dramatic visual impact. The window swivels in its frame for easy access and cleaning with operation assisted by powerful yet gentle springs.

  • Opens outwards for unobstructed views and a feeling of extra space
  • Ventilation flap can be operated with the window closed
  • Effortless care and handling
  • Rotates 180? for easy cleaning from inside
  • Some window sizes are suitable for fire escape.

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Velux Flat Roof Kerb

A flexible installation option for flat roofs with all the benefits of a Velux Roof Window.
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Velux Atrium effect

Combine Velux Roof Windows for a dramatic Atrium effect.
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Velux Flat Roof Window Blind

VELUX offers blinds for your VELUX Flat Roof Window. In our selection we have an electrically operated pleated blind which allows you to control the amount of incoming daylight whilst also decorating your room.
Velux Dormer Windows

Add Space - Add Light

Velux dormer windows provide an alternative to traditional flat roof dormers that offer more daylight, greater view and ideal for increasing headroom height.
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Roof windows are exposed to all kinds of weather. VELUX? glazing provides heat insulation, sound insulation, added strength and safety - and protection from the elements and a full range of glazing types is available to suit your particular needs.

Laminated panes are recommended on all windows above head height. The inner glass in a laminated pane consists of two layers of ordinary float glass with a layer of plastic foil between. If the glass shatters, the shards are retained by the foil.

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