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Panorrof skylight fitted to pitched roof
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Prepared opening showing the Kerb fully encapsulated
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Panoroof Flat Skylight
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Panoroof Flat Skylight

Panoroof Fill your house with natural light
Not all skylights do the job they are designed for Panoroof skylights 100% will not leak as there are no joins the glass is seamless.
Universal can be used on flat or pitched roofs.
Panoroof prides itself on its unique original design and simple installation process. Once in place within our easy fit timber kerb our glass is completely seamless and has no joints that could cause any water ingression or any accumulation of moss or mould as other designs on the market.
Our timber kerb will be fully encapsulated on all sides once fitted. Timber is better  insulater than Aluminium even if  a thermal break Aluminium kerb is used.
Triple glazed for better heat loss U value as low as 0.83
Self Cleaning glass

How Self-Cleaning Glass Works
We recomend when installing your rooflight it is fitted with a slight fall to aid water to run off the glass (set the roof light at an angle of 25mm for every 1000mm Run)
After instalation the special coating needs 5 - 7 days exposure to daylight to activate fully.
External window cleaning and maintenance has been simplified by the abundance of glass cleaning agents on the market. However, these glass cleaning agents still require sufficient elbow grease to get your windows looking great - and can't even begin to rival the ease and effectiveness of self-cleaning glass.
A Two Step Cleaning Process
After years of development, it is the world's first self-cleaning glass to use a microscopic coating with a unique dual-action.

The first stage of the cleaning process is "photocatalytic". In this stage the coating reacts with daylight to break down organic dirt.

The second stage is "hydrophilic". Here, instead of forming droplets, rainwater hits the glass and spreads evenly, running off in a "sheet" and taking the loosened dirt with it, also drying quickly without leaving streaks.


 

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