Mardome Glass Trade rooflights are part of the popular modular range, offering a premium design for a highly competitive price. Nine stock sizes are available, meaning plenty of choice along with rapid delivery anywhere in the UK. These are often fitted into flat roofs, which are highly popular on home extensions as people aim to achieve lighter, brighter, more open plan living.
Mardome Glass Link is a range of modern, versatile multi-part rooflights featuring a stylish flat glass design. Developed to meet high demand for both modular and flat glass designs, these rooflights combine the two with stunning results. Ideal for domestic and commercial properties, spanning larger roof spaces to provide an abundance of natural light while offering easy installation and flexible specification.
Lunaglaze is a cost-effective solution for roof pitches between 5-15 degrees and is available in 14 stocked sizes for next-day delivery! It offers two frame options: Lunaglaze PVC is a fully-sealed, double-glazed PVC and glass unit with toughened and laminated clear glass; Lunaglaze ALU is a fully-welded aluminium framed unit that offers a clean minimalistic finish in a range of RAL colours (RAL 7016 Anthracite Grey as standard).
Astroglaze fixed glass rooflights are guaranteed to look good in any setting. They provide the end-user with high daylight levels and sealed double-glazing, housed in an aluminium frame, which adds to the superior thermal performance.
Solarglaze fixed double glazed glass rooflights offer a flat glass construction which allows the largest possible amount of light to be brought into a room. With its sleek appearance and excellent thermal qualities it combines good aesthetics with impressive technical ability..
Starglaze glass rooflights are star quality rooflights providing a choice of natural lighting solutions for projects of virtually any size. Whatever the size or space, there will be a Starglaze rooflight or skylight to fit.
The Fixed Thermalight unit is designed with flush glazing external metalwork creating no visible framework to ensure that the maximum amount of daylight floods into the space below.