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Creating Waves with Flat Fixed Rooflights

Creating Waves with Flat Fixed Rooflights

The beauty of flat fixed rooflights from Natralight, is their ability to stand up to all types of weather and conditions.

Our two-part framing system is manufactured to suit builders prepared raised upstand with a minimum built fall of 3 degrees.

We recently completed a lucrative project at Salcombe Harbour hotel, which has been voted one of the most popular seaside hotels in the UK.

At this year’s Devon Tourism Awards, the Salcombe Harbour Hotel was among the winners, scooping Gold for Large Hotel of the Year and Business Tourism and Venue Award plus Bronze Awards for Business Venue of the Year and Spa, Pampering and Wellbeing Experience of the Year.

The Salcombe's unrivalled position on the water's edge of a tranquil estuary is a postcard-perfect seaside view all year round. Following a recent multi-million pound refurbishment, the 50-room boutique now features stunning contemporary interiors, extensive outdoor terraces with panoramic views of the estuary plus first-class facilities.

Rooflights that Offer Superior Thermal Value

Natralight’s flat fixed rooflights are fitted with a thermally broken framework, that maximises the amount of natural light into your property. 

With increased thermal value and double glazing as standard, our rooflights are fully prepared for adverse weather conditions; especially during the winter.

Our installation team have decades of experience, making this a straightforward addition to any property, giving you frameless internal views and a contemporary low profile finish.

We also offer an easy-to-apply self-cleaning coating kit from Ritec Clearshield that will protect your glass from discolouration and staining.

Want to Find Out More? Get in Touch

If you would like to know more about Natralight’s range of flat fixed rooflights or have a question about any of our other products, please contact us today.

We are based in West Bromwich in the West Midlands but work with clients all over the country from Devon to Scotland, and sometimes in Ireland too!