Imaginative rooflights

EOS Rooflights combine cutting-edge design with unrivalled performance for flat and low-pitched surfaces

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EOS Rooflights was launched in 2013 to cater for an increasing demand for high-performing rooflights specifically designed for flat or low-pitched roofs.

EOS is a specialist division of SKG (London) Ltd, a glazing industry expert which has been trading in the UK for more than 35 years.

The driving force behind EOS Rooflights’ success is the delivery of superior performance combined with a sleek and contemporary design.

With a product range boasting five types of premium rooflights, and with the recent introduction of two new sizes, EOS now boasts the largest range of stocked sizes in the UK.

EOS Rooflights’ impressive product range includes Fixed, Opening, Modular, Eco and WalkOn models. 

The company’s high-performing rooflights also offer an unrivalled glass specification. Laminated glass is included across the entire range as standard, ensuring a safe and secure product with exceptional energy efficiency.

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Setting a benchmark in energy efficiency, the double-glazed option boasts an impressive system U-value of 0.97 W/m2K. Meanwhile, the ultra-energy-efficient Eco range is not only triple-glazed, but injected with krypton gas, offering a certified U-value of 0.65 W/m2k.

Alongside bespoke sizes, EOS Rooflights’ range of stocked sizes enables significant savings to be made by home owners looking to transform their home.

Current stock sizes include:

·         600mm x 2400mm

·         800mm x 800mm

·         1000mm x 1000mm

·         1000mm x 1500mm

·         1000mm x 2000mm

·         1500mm x 1500mm  

Whether you are looking to reduce your energy consumption, improve heat insulation, enhance noise reduction or achieve a striking aesthetic, EOS Rooflights’ premium product range offers the solution. 

For more information and technical support visit: www.eosrooflights.co.uk

 

Contact:

info@eosrooflights.co.uk

0208 462 3557


 

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