NATIONAL DOMELIGHT COMPANY
Suppliers of: Roof lights, roof skylights, roof smoke vents, roof smoke ventilation hatches, roof access hatches,roof lanterns, polycarbonate roof lights, domed roof lights, curbed roof lights, plastic roof lights, glazed roof lights
The National Domelight Company are specialist suppliers of Domelights, Rooflights, Skylights and Smoke Vents to roofing contractors and builders, to developers of commercial and residential property and to private individuals.
We have a large warehouse with extensive stocks of Roof Lights which ensures the shortest possible lead time, and our free nationwide delivery service means your order will arrive on time.
Know what you want, just want to buy! Visit www.rooflights-skylights.co.uk to view the most popular choices of rooflights & skylights. Many at discounted prices. Next day delivery available on many stock units.
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Main Product Ranges:
For the authentic deluxe finish, glass is the way to go and our Astroglaze, Solarglaze, Starglaze and Skylantern glass rooflights offer unsurpassed quality and choice.
Pyramid glass rooflights are available from our Astroglaze glass rooflight range and lantern or orangery skylights & roof lanterns are available from our Skylantern rooflight range. If you are looking to install a glass rooflight as an architectural feature to your building, our pyramid and lantern rooflights provide the answer.
Fixed glass rooflights are available from our Solarglaze, Starglaze, and Astroglaze rooflight ranges. Starglaze rooflights are supplied complete with thier own vertical or splayed PVC kerbs and the Solarglaze rooflights are supplied complete with an insulated timber kerb providing an overall rooflight U Value of as low as 0.65 W/m²K!
Manually hinged glass rooflights are available from our Starglaze rooflight range, which come complete with a splayed or PVC upstand. Manually hinged rooflights are also available from our Astroglaze range.
Electrical hinged glass rooflights are available from our Astroglaze rooflight range. The opening mechanism is concealed within the glazing framework ensuring maximum light transfer into the building.
We can supply walk on glass rooflights from our Solarglaze or Astroglaze rooflight range. The Walk On rooflight system has been designed specifically for roof terraces and areas with regular pedestrian access.
Polycarbonate is a durable and versatile type of plastic widely used in construction. It can be moulded into rounded shapes and is light and inexpensive. We offer a large range of polycarbonate dome rooflights & skylights from our Thermadome and Stardome ranges.
We are able to manufacture rooflights to a wide range of sizes and requirements, as well as standard items from all of our rooflight and skylight ranges. Contact us with your requirements and we will be happy to discuss your needs either by phone, e-mail or fax.
We can supply access hatch rooflights in both glass and polycarbonate options. They are available in both manual and electric specification, in square and rectangular sizes to suit new or existing kerbs. They are also available in PVC or thermally broken aluminium which can be polyester powder coated to different RAL colours.
Automatic Opening Vent (AOV) / Smoke Vent The National Domelight Company have a range of smoke vent options available to provide smoke ventilation from our Stardome / Starglaze / Thermadome and Astroglaze ranges. Usually located at the top of a ventilation shaft or at the head of a stairwell where up to 1.5 m2 of free vent area may be required for smoke extraction.
Further technical information is available to download from the National Domelight Co Website or via the BPi download Library
National Domelight - Kitchen Rooflights
Rooflights can make the perfect addition to a kitchen, especially if it has been extended and would benefit from more natural light.
Installing a rooflight can completely change the aesthetic and help you to make the most of the space you have in your home.
What are the main considerations when buying a rooflight for a kitchen?
These are the main things to think about before deciding on the perfect rooflight for your kitchen:
• Ventilation. Kitchens can get very warm, and can fill up with smoke and steam from cooking – often an extractor fan isn’t enough. A hinged rooflight can offer additional ventilation to make your kitchen more comfortable and reduce the chances of damp and mould forming.
• The type of roof. This will dictate the type of rooflight you are able to have installed. A flat roof will give you the most options, as most types of rooflight, skylight and roof lantern can easily be fitted into them. There are options to suit roofs with a gradient as well, and suntubes could be a good option for smaller spaces.
• The size of the kitchen. The bigger the space, the bigger the rooflight should be. Get the biggest rooflight possible to maximise the amount of natural light in your kitchen and brighten up all those dark corners. It will make it easier to cook when there’s plenty of light too.
• Aesthetics. The kitchen is the heart of the home and a rooflight will help enhance its appearance. It’s important you choose the right rooflight depending on the look and feel you want to achieve in your kitchen.
• Energy efficiency. Rooflights are very well insulated, and if you have an older rooflight in your kitchen already, it will be much more energy efficient for you to replace it. A rooflight in your kitchen can also help you save electricity, as you will need to use your lights less.
What kinds of rooflight are most suitable for a kitchen?
These are the types of rooflight you might want to consider for your kitchen:
Hinged rooflights. Available with manual or electric hinged mechanisms, you will have complete control over ventilation in the kitchen.
Flat glass rooflights. Modern, aesthetically pleasing that look stunning inside and out. Flat glass domes let the maximum amount of light into kitchens.
Roof lanterns and pyramids. If you have an extension with a flat roof, a lantern provides a stunning architectural feature.
Polycarbonate domes. These cost-effective roofl ights are durable and long lasting, perfect for adding natural light without high costs.
Bespoke. If you need a rooflight of a particular size or with a bespoke design, this is the option for you.
If you have any questions about rooflights for kitchens, please get in touch. Our team are on hand to help and advise. Call 01276 451555, email email@example.com or fill in our contact form and we’ll get back to you shortly.
National Domelignt - Rooflights for Bathrooms
Bathrooms can often feel a bit gloomy, especially when the blinds are regularly kept drawn or there is frosted glass in the windows. A rooflight can provide the perfect solution, making a bathroom brighter whilst also protecting its privacy. And if privacy is still an issue, you can fit rooflights with blinds that can be drawn as and when required.
Why are rooflights used in bathrooms?
These are some of the key reasons why you might choose to have a rooflight installed in your bathroom:
1. More natural light. Rooflights allow more natural light into a room than a vertical window of the same size, so they can completely change the aesthetic of your bathroom. If you have a smaller bathroom, or want to brighten up a space like a downstairs W/C, a rooflight can really help.
2. Ventilation. Hinged roof lights can increase ventilation in your bathroom, making it a more pleasant temperature and venting out steam. This also helps reduce damp and keep your bathroom in good condition, well aerated and free from mould.
3. Privacy. In bathrooms, vertical windows might not allow enough privacy and they might need to be fitted with frosted glass, which can reduce the amount of light. A rooflight is a good alternative.
4. Options for awkward spaces. The roof pitch is very steep or the bathroom is an awkward shape, suntubes can provide a good alternative to a flat glass rooflight.
Rooflights to consider for your bathroom
These are the main types of rooflight you might want to consider installing in your bathroom:
• Hinged . You can choose from manual or electric hinged rooflight options, allowing you to ventilate your bathroom space.
• Flat glass . Let the maximum amount of light into your bathroom with a modern flat glass rooflight.
• Bespoke . You can choose the size and specification, so this is the perfect option for awkwardly shaped rooms.
• Suntubes. Where space is limited and there might not be room or a suitable surface for a rooflight, a suntube still allows more natural light to come in.
If you have any questions about rooflights for bathrooms, please get in touch with us at the National Domelight Company. Call 01276 451555, email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in our contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.