British roof light manufacturer, Roof Maker, is celebrating after successfully being awarded a trademark for its range of Slimline roof lanterns. The trademark is said to reinforce the fact that the roof lanterns are reportedly the slimmest available on the UK market.
The design of Roof Maker’s Slimline roof lantern is said to combine sturdy, insulated construction with a clean, contemporary aesthetic. The glass unit seals are said to be eighty per cent deeper than competitor’s products, significantly reducing the risk of condensation and increasing product life expectancy. Roof Maker is said to be the only manufacturer to offer a 20-year glass unit guarantee across all of its rooflights.
It is said to be the slim glazing bars and ultra-thin aluminium-capped glazing joints that make Roof Maker’s Slimline roof lantern the slimmest available. Its 40-degree pitch also allows rainwater to flow off, eliminating the risk of unsightly dirt build up over time and the Reflex glazing will deliver a U-value as low as 0.7 w/m2k.