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Roof lanterns Stoke on Trent & around

Lantern roof lights custom-designed to fit your needs

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Extension, conservatory & orangery lanterns

Lantern roof windows suitable for various spaces

Natural light flooding the space through a modern roof lantern can completely transform your interior.  Smart and stylish, the lantern roof lights we supply are designed and built to your specification, so they fit perfectly with your vision.

At Windows4you, we use the most reputable suppliers of lantern windows, including Korniche and Atlas, so you can be sure that the quality of engineering and design matches our commitment to professional installation.

A modern roof lantern skylight truly connects the inside to the outside, while not compromising on thermal efficiency, security and functionality.

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Glass roof lanterns

are suitable for various kinds of rooms and spaces. Lantern conservatory roof or a orangery lantern make for a good alternative to a traditional roof for those spaces. Lantern roofs are also perfectly suited to extensions.

For example, a flat roof lantern in a kitchen in an extension will add height, space and natural light without reducing wall space available for units or appliances.

Roof lantern skylights from the best brands, designed and fitted to perfection

From small roof lanterns measuring 1x1 meters to substantially larger designs covering a big proportion of the roof area, even as large as 8x5 m; from rectangular to square roof lanterns; in minimalist slimline aluminium or practical upvc, pyramid or rectangular, you are bound to find a design that suits you in our range.

We supply and fit a range of aluminium roof lanterns and upvc lantern skylights from reputable manufacturers, including Korniche roof lanterns and Atlas contemporary roof lanterns, for customers in Staffordshire, Cheshire & the surrounding area.

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10 Years’ Guarantee, Fully Insured Supplier & Fitter of glass roof lanterns in Stoke on Trent and the surrounding area

Still not sure whether a lantern roof light would be suitable for your property? Get in touch with our consultants who will answer all your roof lantern questions!

Would you like to arrange a free consultation, a survey of your property, or find out more about roof lantern cost?

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Frequently Asked Questions About Rooflights & Roof Lanterns

What materials are your roof lanterns made of?

We sell and fit lantern windows made of aluminium and upvc, including top of the range, architecturally sophisticated Korniche aluminium roof lanterns.

What colour options do you have available for lantern windows?

Aluminium lantern skylights, such as for example Korniche roof lanterns we supply, are typically available in the full range of RAL colours, and a gloss, satin and matt finish. They are powder coated, which ensures great  coverage, smooth finish and durability of the finish. Dual colours are also available, so you can have different effects on the outside and inside of your roof lantern to better match your existing decor or a planned design scheme.

Are glass roof lanterns easy to maintain?

Some of our lantern windows (for example Korniche lanterns) are glazed using self-cleaning glass that breaks down dirt using sunlight’s UV radiation. This kind of glass requires much less cleaning.

What glazing options do you offer for rooflights and roof lanterns?

From polycarbonate to tinted self-cleaning glass in blue, aqua, bronze and neutral, you will find glazing options that work for all types of interiors and light conditions.

What is the difference between a roof lantern and a skylight?

Lanterns are sometimes described as “lantern skylights”, but to be technically correct, a skylight is a flat rooflight, while a lantern projects above the plane of the roof.

How big should the roof lantern be?

Consider the aspect, size and use of the room. A northern room might benefit from a larger lantern, while a south facing room might get too hot with too much light. Whilst a large lantern can look impressive and effectively flood the room with light, too large might look out of proportion - consider two or more lanterns in a row as an alternative.

Areas and towns we typically serve include:

Stafford, Crewe, Telford, Newcastle Under Lyme, Stoke-on-Trent, Birmingham, Derby, Liverpool, Merseyside, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Greater Manchester, West Midlands, Shropshire.

For larger projects, we travel further.
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