The glazed box style rooflight from Natralight is designed to suit the interior buildings natural lighting and ventilation requirements. This particular rooflight is an effective and stylish solution to the pictured unique domestic property in Edinburgh.
The ultra-slim aluminium framing means you will get more natural light into your property and a modern alternative to a traditional glass conservatory roof.
The system of this particular glass lean-to roof incorporates aluminium top hung opening vents to the vertical elements as required by the planners and polyester powder coated to RAL colour matching the exterior roof finishes. The glazing used is self-cleaning glass and has a U-value of 1.2 w/m2k.
Here are some advantages of corner lean-to style rooflights -
You do not normally need to apply for Planning Permission when looking to insert rooflights or re-roof your home as the Permitted Development rules allow for roof alterations.
There are particular limits and conditions, for example with houses, no alteration should project more than 150mm from the existing roof plane or be higher than the highest part of the roof. For side-facing windows, they must have obscured glazing plus any opening has to be 1.7m above the floor.
In terms of Planning Permission, local authorities can have different rules on what is possible. This is why you should always consult your architect or chosen consultant about this matter.
If you have any questions about our corner lean-to style rooflights, please get in touch today.
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