The project design incorporated a gable overhang with the far side of the roof from the house, incorporating three fixed triple glazed panels from eaves to ridge to allow for maximum light transmission. These triple glazed panels within WARMroof hybrid offers consumers a practical design feature, that provides a far greater passage of light than a traditional Velux window.
To the inside, this installation features the unique Opus cladding, but there is now also the option of traditional plasterboard, allowing consumers to paint up to the glass to match interiors.
From an installation perspective, Prefix Systems have done much to invest in the latest off-site construction methodologies and so fitting teams benefit from the additional factory preparation. At the front end, sales teams have the benefit of a wide range of Prefix branded marketing materials including brochures, point of sale materials and product samples.
Stewart Hamilton, managing director of Window Medic commented: ‘We’ve now completed two WARMroof Hybrid projects and in both cases it’s been an easy install, thanks to all the work Prefix do in the factory prior to delivery. Both homeowners are thrilled with their new rooms and this one especially has made a real feature on a home with such stunning views.’
Homeowner Lynn concluded ‘We couldn’t be happier with our new glazed extension which provides us with beautiful views over Snowdonia. It’s very well manufactured, has great insulation and the finished room has exceeded our expectations. I love being able to see the sky during the day and the stars at night, it was a great choice.’