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Skyseal UPVC FlushGlaze Manual Opening Roof light

£488.44 £407.03
In stock
No Vents
2 x vents
4 x Vents
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Made to Order

Manual Opening Mechanism

The Skyseal manual opening Rooflight comes with a  telescopic winding mechanism which is mounted internally to a 40mm high UPVC lifting frame which is fitted with galvanised steel reinforcement bars. This mechanism allows the user to remain at ground level and operate the unit with a winding rod(sold seperately). Wormgear rooflights offer a higher level of ventilation and can be opened up to approximately 300mm.

Best Value

The Skyseal UPVC Flushglaze is our most competitive Double glazed roof light. Part L Complient and extruded from high quality UPVC it offers an integrated water management system to shed water to the outside of the rooflight.  Internally the Rooflight has a minimalist look which is pleasing to the eye. 

Anvanced UPVC Upstand 

Included with this product is our Advanced Skyseal Kerb which offers a ribbed section to the upper section of the external wall to give improved adhesion to a variety of waterproofing systems. It is manufactured using a ‘state of the art’ CNC manufacturing process, which guarantees accuracy and consistency of each unit produced.

The Skyseal Advance kerb is 168mm high. It splays in from the base section by 100mm per side. The 60mm base fixing flange allows fixing to flat or inclined roof structures. 

Easy Installation 

Designed to be installed at the finished roof level it is therefore the ideal choice for retro fitting to an existing flat roof. The range offers a variety of different options. You can choose from Unvented, Hit and Miss Ventilation, Wormgear opening for maximum ventilation and Access Hatch units should roof level access be required.

Advantages of FlushGlaze

  •  Sleek design
  •  Speedy delivery
  •  Thermally efficient
  •  Health and Safety friendly (manual handling)
  •  Exceptional U values
  •  High performance impact resistant glass
  •  Factory sealed units
  •  Environmentally friendly (all components are recyclable)
  •  Competitively priced

Technical Details
More Information
SKU sl-skyseal-flushglaze-opening
Weight No
Stock Type Made to Order
Frame Material Upvc
Frame Colour White
Thermally Broken Frame No
Overall U-Value 1.6W/m2K
Brand Name Skyseal
Skylight Type Manual Opening
Skylight Style Flat Glass
Kerb Options Standard Kerb (150mm)
Trickle Vents Optional Vents, No Vent Options
Glazing Material Glass
Glazing Tint Clear
Glass Thickess 24mm
Glass U-Value No
Warranty 5 yrs
Delivery Lead Time No
Questions & Answers (5)
Customer Questions
How do I Measure and Choose the right size SkySeal FlushGlaze roof light?

Flushglaze measure guide

The stated sizes represent the roof opening size. For an ideal fit please ensure the opening in your roof is the same size as the selected  rooflight. (see diagram for further clarification)

How do I Install the SkySeal FlushGlaze roof light?

The Skyseal FlushGlaze is extremely easy to install. The Roof Light is delivered fully assembled. This means all you have to do is fix the roof light down to the deck and weather up the upstands. For further details please see our downloadable guide under the thechnicle details tab

Does the SkySeal FlushGlaze roof light comply to building regs?

Yes, The SkySeal FlushGlaze is fully compliant to Part L building regulations

Do I really need Triple Glazing?

On Paper Triple Glazed roof lights are the ideal choice for modern homes and can offer u-values as low as 0.6 W/m²K. However, opinion is divided on whether triple glazing has any real thermal impact in the home. Quite often they do very little to reduce your utility bills and the initial costs far outweigh any savings.

Do I need Trickle Vents for my roof light?

Vents are an excellent way to reduce condensation occurring on the inside of your dome. For high moisture areas such as bathrooms and kitchens we highly recommend the addition of Trickle vents.