Skyseal | Flat Glass Fixed Rooflight
Skyseal Fixed Aluminium Rooflight
High Quality With Fast Delivery
Our SkySeal Skylight offers a competitively priced glass roof light without compromising quality. Offered in a range of sizes the Skyseal Glass roof light is available on a 3-4 working day lead time* and boasts a superb part ‘L’ compliance.
The sleek contemporary design achieves maximum daylight due to the minimalistic framework finish which barely visible from the internal of the building, the units are very easy to install and require very little maintenance other than periodic cleaning.
With a centre pane U-value of 1.1 W/m2K the Skyseal Flat Glass is one of the most thermally efficient double glazed roof lights in the market.
Glass Spec: 32.4mm Overall (1.1 W/m2K)
- 6mm toughened outer,
- 20mm 90% Argon filled cavity
- 6.4 mm laminated soft coat Low E inner
Easy & Quick to Install
The Skyseal Glass Rooflight can be installed on a minimum 5° fall and offers a universal daylight solution for both residential and commercial projects.
Install this rooflight onto your prepared upstand or purchase a 150mm PVC kerb for a super quick and easy installation.
Why Is An Aluminium Frame Important?
Added Structural Strength
Our highly-developed Aluminium frame provides extra strength and rigidity, minimising structural movement in the skylight once installed, which significantly reduces the chances of failure.
Extra Damage Protection
The aluminium frame acts as a protective layer, encapsulating the glass at its weakest points to prevent accidental damage that would otherwise shatter the glass.
Enhanced Home Security
Using tamper-proof fixings and not just silicone sealant helps keep your home secure. Our skylights are accredited by Secure by Design (police preferred specification).
Extra Glass Support
The frame is key in providing extra support to the glass, ensuring the glass stays in place in the event of damage or shattering.
- Sleek design
- Speedy delivery
- Thermally efficient
- Exceptional U-values
- High-performance impact-resistant glass
- Factory sealed units
- Environmentally friendly (all components are recyclable)
- Competitively priced
- Available with a 150mm PVC kerb
*Please note for rooflights sized 1000mm x 2000mm the lead time is 4-6 working days
Made to Order
Thermally Broken Frame
No Kerb, Standard Kerb (150mm)
No Vent Options
How do I choose the correct size Glass skylight?
To suit your own Builders upstand
When Purchasing a Glass unit without un upstand please ensure the outside edge of your ouw timber upstands are positioned at the same distance as you chosen skylight size. For example if you have a rooflight which measures 900mm x 900mm, you need to ensure the the measurement from the out side edge of your upstand is the same. Please see image for further clarification. A 75mm wide upstand is recommended
Skylight with UPVc Upstand
When purchasing a Glass unit with a UPVc upstand the stated sizes represent the opening in the roof. Please ensure the opening in the roof is the same size as the purchased skylight. FOr example if your skylight is 750mm x 750mm the opening in the roof also needs to be 750mm x 750mm.
What is Low-e Solar Glass?
Low e-solar glass has a special coating which reflects heat back to the source. This means your room will stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer
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.
What is a Thermal Break?
A thermal break is a layer of low conductive material placed in the Aluminium frame of a skylight. This stop the internal side of the frame becoming cold and in turn eliminates condensation occurring internally on the frame.
What is the recommended pitch far a Flat Glass skylights?
We recommend a minimum 5 degrees pitch to allow water to run off and prevent pooling on your new skylight. For self cleaning glass to work effectively a minimum 10 degree pitch is recommended.
This can be achieved by creating a height difference in the installed upstand. Alternatively an Atlas composite upstand can be bought with the pitch already built in.
What is a U-value?
Thermal transmittance, also known as U-value, is a measure of heat loss through the structure. It is measured in W/m2K. The lower the value, the better the insulation.
The UK Building Regulations require a maximum of 2.2 W/m2K in existing dwellings and an average of 1.2 - 1.7 W/m2K for new dwellings on rooflights.