Ultrasky let the light in
The Ultrasky Lantern Roof has been designed with a thermally broken ridge making it one of the most efficient lanterns available.
Fewer bars are required due to the structural specification of the glazing bars, this allows superior spanning performance ensuring maximum natural light for your project.
Ultrasky Product Description
Rectangular double-ended roof lights with a width from 500-4000mm and a length from 750-5850mm*. 25 degree fixed pitch to all four sides. Glazing bar top in either PVC (white or Grey) or Aluminium (white, grey or black). Maximum uninterrupted sightlines with a minimum number of bars. High-performance Activ self-cleaning glass.
Our Ultrasky lantern roofs feature ridges that are incredibly sturdy. This allows us to use slimmer sightlines, which enables us to manufacture these lanterns with more double glazing. What’s more, this level of rigidity also allows us to offer larger roof systems with a maximum dimension of 4m x 5.85m.
Every component of these lantern roofs has been tested for quality, and that includes the gaskets. They are built to withstand harsh weather, remaining sturdy in even the most extreme wind and rain. They won’t leak, rot or warp either. You’ll be providing your customers with a great quality product.
These market leading roof lanterns also include roof vents to allow the optimal amount of air into the extension or orangery. Without this, condensation could build up, and the room could become muggy during hot weather. With the inclusion of these vents, that’s no longer a problem for your customers.
High Performance Glazing
The performance of these roof lanterns is enhanced by the standard of glass we use. The double glazing that we use is exceptional and top of the range. Meticulously perfected to provide superb levels of heat retention during winter, it also protects your customers and their families from nasty UV damage.
For an even better standard of weatherproofing, the Ultrasky lantern roofs come with Ultraframe’s Stormshield engineering system. This includes waterproof glazing compression trims, ridge end weather sears and secure fit radius end covers. The result is a roof system that can withstand the elements.