Large Skylights & Roof Lanterns for Homes and Commercial Premises
Our large skylights & roof lanterns are the perfect solution if you are looking to maximise the amount of natural light in your home or commercial premises. Available in a wide variety of configurations, including multiple skylights contained in a single frame, every unit we offer is made in the UK with the best available materials. Having supplied thousands of units over the years, we are very familiar with the requirements of home and business owners who are planning major property improvement projects involving particularly big roof lanterns and skylights: if you would like our professional assistance before choosing your new skylights, please do not hesitate to call or email us right now.
Special Considerations When Ordering Large Skylights & Roof Lanterns
When ordering new large skylights or roof lanterns, there are a number of things you need to consider carefully:
Installation Process – Larger, double-glazed units are quite heavy and therefore more difficult to manoeuvre than their smaller counterparts. With this in mind, you need to make sure that you hire a truly professional installation team to fit them in your roof.
Climate Control – A large expanse of glass in the roof of your home or commercial premises will have a noticeable effect on the inside temperature unless you take steps to address this issue. Effective climate control solutions that you may wish to consider include tinted glass, blinds and units that can be opened to let in fresh air.
Cost – Whether you decide to install multiple smaller units in an oversized frame or several large individual units, cost will be an important consideration. Larger skylight installations are inevitably more expensive than smaller ones but you can keep your costs under control by buying from a competitive supplier such as ourselves. We work hard to ensure that our prices remain competitive at all times.
Illumination – Many people install skylights in their homes to introduce more natural light but particularly large installations may introduce more light than you really want. If this is the case, you may wish to have tinted glass fitted to solve the problem. Alternatively, it is possible to fit sliding blinds that will offer a greater level of control over the amount of natural light you enjoy in your home at any given time.