What guarantees and warranties do you offer?
We offer a 20 year seal warranty on all our skylights.
How can I get a price?
All our prices are online. Discounts may apply if you have been given a brochure with a discount code and payments can be made through our secure payment methods.
How quickly can I get my order delivered?
As long as we have it in stock you will receive your order within 1 – 6 working days from when your order has been placed, unless you are located within the M25 London area-then you have 2 delivery options (economic and express delivery) at the checkout. If it is not in stock, please do not hesitate to contact us as our stock is updated weekly.
Can I collect from you?
Yes you are more than welcome once you have made payment please do not hesitate to contact us via phone or email so we can arrange someone to prepare this for you.
What pitch should my flat-roof skylight be?
It is important to have your skylight installed at a slight angle relative to the horizon to allow water to run off the glass and avoid pooling. We recommend setting the rooflight at an angle of 6В°. It is worth it to spend a few extra mi
nutes before applying the silicone to run a water test.
What makes us different from the rest of the market? guarantees in supplying top quality products at the Best Price, due to manufacturing and delivering everything in house.
Double or Triple Glazed?
Triple Glazed skylights tend to have a better U-Value and Noise Resistance.

What this means is that a triple glazed skylight will have better noise reduction properties if you live in a noisy area.

The lower U-Value benefit of them is that they have less heat loss. So if you plan on having a larger skylight or more than one skylight on your extension letting in more natural light we would recommend going for triple as it will save you on your energy bills and loose less heat.

Double Glazed Skylights tend to be lighter in weight easier for installations however they are not as good on heat loss and noise reduction as triple.

Then again most houses still have double-glazed windows.