Introducing: The Roof Maker Passive House Flat Rooflight

hero image

The Roof Maker Passive House Flat Rooflight

Passive House drives both innovation and design, with a focus on energy efficiency and a carbon neutral offering.


Passive House buildings have been described as the most comfortable, due to them offering excellent thermal performance and exceptional airtightness.


This means the heating requirement is reduced to the point where a traditional heating system is no longer considered and therefore protects consumers from ever increasing fuel prices.


Built to perform

The rooflight is triple glazed to prevent heat loss, keeping your room warm during the colder months.


In hot weather and direct sunlight, its solar control properties block heat and harmful UV rays. This keeps your room cool and prevents your fabrics and furnishings from fading.


In addition, Roof Maker is the only UK manufacturer to offer a 20-year glass unit guarantee. So your rooflight will keep your home bright and comfortable for many years to come.


Download full details of our Roof Maker Passive House Guide (PDF)

Why is Passive House important?

Passive House standards:


  • Reduce our energy bills, making us better off
  • Reduce our CO2 emissions, helping to counter climate change
  • Save our limited natural resources, giving us more time to find renewable alternatives


Plus, the cost of installing Passive House elements is generally outweighed by their energy saving potential.


Leading the way

Roof Maker is a world leader in the design and manufacture of high quality, energy efficient rooflights.


Since 2001, the company has been at the forefront of rooflight research, development and innovation. Roof Maker’s range features bespoke sizes, contemporary styles and cutting edge design that have wowed architects, developers and consumers alike.


Take your project to the next level

Call us today on 0116 269 6297 or email [email protected] for more details on how Roof Maker’s Passive House rooflight can add value to your project.