• “I was able to work with the Rooflight Company closely on the complicated design brief, the Rooflight ...

    Elliot Payne,
    Elliot Payne Architecture
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  • neo™ was the ideal choice for this project. It is the simplest looking roof window available which works well with the design of the rubber roof.
    The new kitchen and garden room are formed of bespoke elements and furniture; each individually designed for this project. The Rooflight Company ...

    Craig Bamford, Architect
    SASA Works
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  • I would like to thank you for the personal service you offered us and the time you took to ensure ...

    , Homeowner
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  • The roof windows provide the perfect high level natural lighting solution, flooding the building with daylight. The units are attractive from the inside and outside of the building and give the elevation some real definition.

    Robert Allerton, Architect
    RA Architects
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  • We chose the Rooflight Company for this project as we felt there was great potential to combine a ...

    Simon Merrony, Architect
    Simon Merrony Architects
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  • I specified the Rooflight Company due to their reputation for high quality products and excellent ...

    Liz Fuggle, Architect
    Burnett Pollock Architects
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  • The vertical screen is 3.3m divided into three sections of 1.1m each. As I did not think one could have the width in a rooflight, my planning drawings originally contained a central glazing bar making the rooflight 6 panes of glass, each measuring approximately 600mm.

    The collaboration with ...

    Giuliano Todeschini, Architect
    Giuliano Todeschini Architect
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  • “We worked with Planning Officers who encouraged us to use a roof system that was as close in design to what was here originally. Having a rooflight where the glazing goes right to the edge of the frame met this brief as they appear as a single sheet of glazing in roof, much like what would have ...

    Paul Snell, Owner and Main Contractor
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  • We struggled to find a solution that didn't have a huge upstand. To have a roof window supplier that ...

    Mat Davies, Estates Director
    SAID Business School
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  • "The Planning Officer in Rother was very strict about what materials could and couldn't be used on ...

    Marta Nowicka, Interior Architect
    DOMstayandlive
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  • I believe the Conservation Rooflight® ...

    Nigel Buckie, Architect
    Object Architecture
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  • For our house we wanted a rooflight that had a completely minimal appearance internally, with the ...

    Ian Hogarth, Architect
    Hogarth Architects
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  • “I worked closely with my builder throughout all of our home improvements. The loft conversion alone ...

    Mr Evans, Homeowner
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  • "We wanted to create a barn-like aesthetic; a single storey of stonework with a steep-pitched roof atop. If we could contain the additional spaces within the roof then the house would feel like a single storey barn. This proposal also offered a reduced sense of scale. It therefore became important ...

    Michael Marshall,
    Adrian James Architects
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  • The Plateau Walk on Rooflight was researched and specified by Tom Man from Peroli Man Architects as ...

    Steve,
    Rayner Ltd (Contractor)
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  • At the Albert Mill, we are pioneering a new concept where the layout, design and construction of the apartments is left entirely up to the individual purchasers, offering the ultimate flexibility to those who desire a truly unique home.
    Developing cutting edge solutions to modern day living also ...

    Tom Fenton, Associate Director
    Urban Splash
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  • We were aware of the Rooflight Company's work on conservation style replacement roof windows and required a manufacturer who understood the need for careful architecture detailing whilst undertaking what I recall was one of the largest single steel framed rooflights they had been involved in at the ...

    Richard Woolf,
    McDaniel Woolf Architects
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  • We specified the Conservation Rooflight® as we felt it suited both areas of the client brief; remain sympathetic to the Victorian heritage yet still a contemporary roof window. We will be looking to specify the Rooflight Company again ...

    Andreja Beric, Director
    Twist In Architecture
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  • The local Planning Office was very familiar with the range and was more than happy ...
    David Benge, Architect
    David Benge Design Associates
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  • Adrian explains why he chose the Rooflight Company, "I'd never used the Rooflight Company before but I was impressed with a presentation I saw at a RIBA CPD seminar. I was also encouraged by the fact that the rooflights are designed by an architect."

    Adrian concludes, "Sustainability was a ...

    Adrian Morrow, Architect
    Adrian Morrow Architects
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  • When designing this extension I chose the neo™ S15's as they were closest in size to the concept upstand size. I supplied sketch details to the Rooflight Company's Design Team, who reviewed them and provided advice. We discussed materials in the build to ensure avoidance of cross contamination issues ...

    Rob McGinnes,
    Hive Architects
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  • The Rooflight Company was a clear choice for the rooflights on the Long Crendon Family House. We found ...

    Kieran Hawkins, Architect
    MailenDesign
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    Gareth Pywell, Founder of POW Architects
    POW Architects
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  • Robin's experiences at Boom House confirms this, "It's not just driving wind and rain which is thrown at these rooflights but driving sand as well! The mechanism seems to be withstanding these extremes well."

    Aesthetically, the neo Fortecom® ...

    Robin Haddow, Architect
    Robin Haddow Architects
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  • The rooflights were specified because of their aesthetic appearance. It was essential that they be ...

    Richard Ellis, Project Architect
    Purcell Miller Tritton
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