When it comes to deciding upon the correct skylight solution for your property, there are a lot of different options available to you. Selecting the right type of skylight is essential to ensure the highest possible levels of light enters the building alongside providing you with the most cost effective option for your requirements. In an effort to try and assist you, we have briefly detailed the most popular options available.
The Fixed Rooflight is a high quality, universal, skylight system which is available in a wide variety of sizes with either a Double or Triple glazing skin in either a clear or diffused polycarbonate glazing.
A Fixed skylight is non-operable, meaning there is no ventilation provided from this option.
Manual Ventilation Rooflight
The Manual Ventilation Rooflight is the perfect way of obtaining fresh air via your skylight. These Manual Ventilation Rooflights are available in numerous different sizes, with Double or Triple layers and in either clear or diffused glazing options. The Manual Ventilation Rooflights are very easy to operate using the winding rod which is supplied with the Rooflight.
This modern design of these skylights not only provide daylight into any room but also provides fresh air and ventilation. This is necessary for establishing air flow, which prevents the buildup of dust or mold spores.
Roof Access Hatch
The Opening Access Hatch has been designed to allow safe, occasional access on to any roof space for inspection purposes. It can also be used as a means of escape in an emergency alongside providing natural daylight to any room. The Roof Access Hatches come complete with a gas spring assisted opening which incorporates a safety hold open stay to prevent accidental closure.
Automatic Smoke Detection Rooflight
The Automatic Smoke Detection Rooflight (AOV) has been designed to protect occupants from being exposed to smoke and the toxic elements which are contained within it. They provide a smoke and heat exhaust ventilation system for all Commercial and Residential properties.
The Rooflight is designed using the latest technology and can detect when there is too much smoke in the air, upon which the Rooflight will automatically open to allow an exit point for the smoke, heat and fumes to escape the building.
These rooflights not only help to provide smoke extraction in the event of a fire but they also provide day-to-day controllable ventilation.
To conclude, there are a large selection of Rooflight options available and it all depends on the requirements of your project alongside your personal preferences for the aesthetics.
If you are looking for a Rooflight which places safety in the forefront then the Automatic Smoke Detection Rooflight would be the perfect solution.