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74 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


VELUX®


introduces a new generation of glass rooflights for flat roofs VELUX®


has announced its new range of glass rooflights for flat roofs; a new generation of innovative and highly


competitive flat roof windows with a minimalistic glass-to-edge design, joining the existing portfolio of VELUX domes. The new glass rooflights, fixed or electrically-vented, have a unique, glass-to-edge design which allow for 52% more daylight to enter the home compared to the previous generation. Anti-heat and blackout blinds can be discreetly placed in the base unit construction between the lower pane and outer glass, so as not to compromise on daylight, design or views up to the sky when not in use. Ideal for flat roof renovations and new build projects alike, the glass rooflights are a worthwhile investment for homeowners looking for a state-of-the-art finish to their home. With a hidden sash and slim frame, the rooflights achieve a modern aesthetic when installed. The curved glass rooflight also offers a clear view and drainage with the unique CurveTech design. The indoor comfort and peace of mind which comes with any VELUX flat roof window makes the new generation product offering a market challenger and sets the course for the future of flat roof windows. To find out more information visit:


velux.co.uk/products/flat-roof-windows Daylight enhances wellbeing and learning


The use of daylight in educational facilities can be a hugely beneficial way to maximise student performance and productivity whilst at the same time helping to lower a building’s energy use. By introducing rooflights, including domes, vaults, pitched skylights or panel glazing systems, it is possible to deliver resilient and future- proofed educational spaces that encourage learning, concentration and positive student behaviour. Partnering with local authorities, architects and schools, Brett Martin has a deep understanding of the specific requirements of the education sector. Providing expert, impartial technical advice on rooflight specification, the manufacturer’s team has access to the widest choice of rooflight products available, in the full range of glazing materials. An intuitive and experienced technical team ensure compliance with Part L and help to achieve higher BREEAM ratings. At the Tauheedul Islam Boys High School in Blackburn, a range of rooflight solutions from Brett Martin are helping to deliver exceptional levels of daylight into the school and sports hall whilst reducing demand for electric lighting, lowering CO2


emissions and running costs. youtu.be/uAwCdvzgOpU www.brettmartin.com


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