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TRIPLE-GLAZED CONSERVATION ROOFLIGHTS

From £664 (+VAT)

Also available double glazed

Designed for pitched roofs and handcrafted to the highest standards in our UK factory, our triple glazed conservation rooflight combines ultra-modern thermal performance with the classic aesthetics of a traditional rooflight. Our skylights are the perfect choice for conservation areas, listed buildings or properties where you want to preserve a traditional architectural theme.

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If you are renovating a listed property, our triple glazed conservation rooflights could help you achieve a look that is acceptable to planning requirements, whilst also improving the overall thermal performance of the building.

This is down to our ability to replicate original Victorian cast iron skylights, with features such as a slim shaped split bar that is constructed of high-quality aluminium.

Traditionally, Victorian skylights had the split sandwiched between the glass panes, Roof Maker’s split is structurally bonded to the glass to eliminate the presence of a cold bridge, significantly minimising the risk of condensation forming. The bonding process also eliminates the opportunity for dirt and debris to accumulate underneath the split. By constructing the split from aluminium, rather than commonly used steel, the risk of corrosion is also greatly reduced.

Product Overview

  • Signature Roof Maker frameless design used on all our fixed and hinged windows, allowing the maximum amount of light to enter your home through modern conservation rooflight glass

  • Weather tested against BS 6375 Pt 1.

  • Opening Conservation Luxlite™️ rooflights can be controlled remotely with an opening of up to 400mm for ventilation.

  • Featuring an innovative flashing apron, which offers superior water dispersion.

  • Made to measure sizes from 0.4m up to 3m wide available.

  • The number of glazing split bars is dependent on the size of the rooflight you want.

  • WINNER of the 2018 Pitched Roofing Awards “Best Use of a Rooflight”

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The Roof Maker 20-year unit seal warranty

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Shortlisted for ‘Best Roofing System or Product’ – Build It Awards 2022

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Delivery is available to any mainland UK destination. Additional charges may apply

Key Features

  • Suitable for roofs with a pitch between 16 and 75 degrees

  • Available triple or double glazed

  • Ug-values as low as 0.6w/m2k

  • Fixed or electric hinged opening options

  • Built-in flashing apron, for an easier install*

  • Available in landscape or portrait orientations

  • Made to measure sizes up to 3m wide

  • Part or full opening up to as much as 400mm

  • Easy clean as standard

  • *for an experienced professional builder, roofer or carpenter

Frequently Asked Questions

What are conservation rooflights?

Conservation rooflights are a type of rooflight that has been specifically designed to replicate the style and appearance of traditional Victorian and Edwardian rooflights, while also providing modern levels of thermal efficiency and weather resistance.

Our conservation rooflights are made from the highest quality materials, including toughened glass and durable aluminium frames, which ensure exceptional strength and durability, as well as excellent thermal efficiency. We also offer a range of glazing options, including low-e and solar control glass, to further enhance the energy efficiency of our conservation rooflights.

Do I need permission for rooflights in a conservation area?

If you’re planning to install rooflights in a conservation area, it’s important to ensure that you comply with the relevant planning regulations and requirements for your local authority. This varies by local authority, but in general you may need to obtain planning permission before installing rooflights in a conservation area.

Our conservation rooflights have been specifically designed to replicate the style and appearance of traditional Victorian and Edwardian rooflights, while also providing modern levels of thermal efficiency and weather resistance.

How long will delivery of your conservation rooflight take?

Because our conservation rooflights are bespoke and made to order, our lead times will vary based on the specification that you choose. However, it may be as quick as 7 – 10 working days. Please talk to our helpful Sales team to discuss lead times for your chosen product.

How should you clean conservation rooflights?

Use the right cleaning products: Avoid using harsh or abrasive cleaning products that can scratch or damage the glass or frame. Instead, use a glass cleaner that is suitable for use on coated or toughened glass.

Use a soft cloth or sponge: To avoid damaging the surface of the glass or frame, use a soft, non-abrasive cloth or sponge to apply the cleaning solution. Microfiber cloths are particularly effective for cleaning glass.

Clean both sides of the glass: To achieve the best results, it is important to clean both sides of the glass. You can do this by accessing the rooflight from the inside of the building or using a ladder to reach the outside.

Is Triple Glazing a Valuable Investment?

Absolutely. When considering triple-glazed conservation roof windows, the advantages are significant compared to double-glazed options. Key benefits include superior thermal efficiency, which helps in maintaining a consistent indoor temperature, leading to energy savings. Additionally, they offer enhanced noise reduction, making your space quieter and more serene. Triple glazing also improves security, adding an extra layer of protection. These aspects, among others, make triple-glazed conservation roof windows a wise and valuable investment for any property.

What is a Heritage conservation roof window?

A Heritage conservation roof window is specifically designed to complement and preserve the historical integrity of buildings, particularly in conservation areas. It mirrors the classic appearance of traditional Victorian cast iron single-glazed windows, making our Heritage roof light an ideal choice for historical structures. Not only does it align with the aesthetic character of these buildings, but it is also engineered to fit roof pitches from 16° to 75°. This ensures that it merges architectural authenticity with the benefits of modern window technology, offering a perfect blend of old-world charm and contemporary performance.

What sets triple-glazed conservation skylights apart?

Triple-glazed conservation skylights boast an additional glass layer and an additional insulating gas filled space, offering superior insulation and energy efficiency compared to standard glazing options.

Where is the sound insulation feature most beneficial?

Especially advantageous in urban or noisy environments, our triple-glazed heritage roof lights, also referred to as conservation-style roof lights, contribute to a quieter and more serene indoor atmosphere. This unique design not only minimises external noise but also pays homage to historic architecture. It seamlessly integrates modern energy efficiency with classic aesthetics, making it an ideal solution for preserving the authenticity of heritage spaces.

Is the thermal insulation feature applicable to conservation roof windows?

Certainly! The thermal insulation feature is indeed applicable to our conservation roof windows. Each window is designed to provide optimal insulation, ensuring energy efficiency and maintaining a comfortable indoor temperature in converted spaces.

Optional Upgrades

  • Choice of specialist glass types and coloured tints

  • Jet black (RAL 9005) or Anthracite Grey (RAL 7016) frames

  • Remote controlled electric blackout fabric blinds

  • Automatic rain sensor and remote control

TRIPLE-GLAZED CONSERVATION ROOFLIGHTS

From £664 (+VAT)

Also available double glazed

Designed for pitched roofs and handcrafted to the highest standards in our UK factory, our triple glazed conservation rooflight combines ultra-modern thermal performance with the classic aesthetics of a traditional rooflight. Our skylights are the perfect choice for conservation areas, listed buildings or properties where you want to preserve a traditional architectural theme.

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