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  •   4m x 2m Roof Lantern

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Whatever style or specific type of 4m x 2m roof lantern you would like to purchase, we can meet your needs. As a well-established supplier with more than 25 years of experience, we have the knowledge and expertise to ensure that every customer we serve gets exactly what they desire. And when it comes to high-quality roof lanterns, there is no other supplier in the UK that can best us. Check out our range now and please feel free to call during business hours if you would like to discuss your requirements with a member of our team. Alternatively, you are welcome to send us an email with your contact details so that we can call you back at a convenient time.

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Is a 4m x 2m Roof Lantern the Best Choice for Your Property?

A 4m x 2m lantern will let in a great deal of sunlight, making it a good choice for larger rooms in residential properties as well as generously proportioned commercial spaces. As a general rule, many experts recommend that the area of glazing in a roof lantern should be roughly equal to 20% of the floor space below. In our case, 4m x 2m = 8m2, making this size roof lantern perfect for a 40m2 room.

What to Consider When Specifying Your New Roof Lantern

Each unit that we sell is custom made so when you order a new roof lantern from us, you can specify what frame colour and glazing type you prefer. If you are not sure what to choose, we recommend considering the following factors:

1. Interior Décor – The colour scheme of your property’s interior and exterior can be used as a guide when choosing what inside and outside frame colours to specify. They don’t have to match exactly but it’s best to stick to complementary shades.

2. Property Orientation and Room Aspect – The direction in which your property faces and the aspect of the room in which you plan to install your new roof lantern should be considered when choosing glazing options. For south-facing rooms that receive more sunlight, tinted glazing is often the best choice.

3. Personal Preferences – You should, of course, also consider your personal preferences when specifying frame colours and glazing options.

If after considering the above factors you are still not sure which options to choose, please do not hesitate to call or message us for help.