glass roof.

When a building has a glass roof, the natural light flooding through changes the entire look and feel of the room below – and indeed, the wellbeing of the occupants in it. As well as being visually appealing, a glass roof is also incredibly resilient. Once completed, it provides a permanent weatherproof membrane, requiring no maintenance save for the occasional clean. Opting for a glass roof is an excellent choice for any project. The only question that remains is whether you choose opening or fixed.

OPENING: An opening rooflight is so much more than a means of providing ventilation. It can be used to access a roof garden, create an open air dining room and anything else you can dream of. From sliding to hinged and pop-up roofs, each can be introduced to suit your specific purpose.

FIXEDAs for fixed roofs, most of the glass roofs we install are of this variety. Often, their sole purpose is to flood the space below with natural light – but with one purpose comes many applications: from extending the living space to reducing reliance on artificial lighting.

With bespoke manufacturing at your disposal, your sliding glass roof can be produced in any size you like – with numerous additional features to choose from.

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Usually, small hinged roofs are integrated into a fixed rooflight for ventilation, are a reasonably standard product, and have limitations to their size and slope.

By contrast, our hinged roofs come in a variety of sizes, and are expertly designed to allow a greater number of appications and fewer restrictions. 

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When a customer asked us to build a flat roof with some very particular specifications, it presented an excellent opportunity for innovation.

The customer wanted something which could offer varying levels of ventilation, so we built him our first pop-up roof – which could be raised by anything up to 300mm.

As a result, a new product in the Cantifix range was born.

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one panel roof.

Most of the glass roofs we install are of the fixed variety. Often, their sole purpose is to flood the space below with natural light – but with one purpose comes many applications: from extending the living space to reducing reliance on artificial lighting.

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Occasionally, having a single-panel roof simply isn’t practical. To avoid the need for cranes and create an equally stunning result, a multi-panel roof is a great solution.

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Supported roofs shouldn’t be seen as a compromise. Instead, they are an excellent way to enhance your design, and allow greater access to one of the world’s few free resources - daylight.

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