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The latest innovations in PVC rooflights

Keylite's new Polar roof window range updates installation efficiency and performance while using the latest in PVC profile design and manufacturing technology

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PVC Polar roof windows from Keylite installed in a bathroom
PVC Polar roof windows from Keylite installed in a bathroom

Keylite Polar has utilised the latest in PVC profile design and manufacturing technology to launch a new PVC roof window that sets a new standard in the roof window market and has been developed to meet the discerning requirements of architects, housebuilders and homeowners.

Polar combines the inherent benefits of PVC with unique innovations for faster fitting, energy efficiency and easy maintenance that Keylite Roof Windows are already renowned for.

Commenting on the launch John Duffin, Keylite managing director commented: ‘We set ourselves the challenge to develop the very best PVC roof window on the market, and after almost 18 months of research and development, we believe we have achieved this. The demand for PVC roof windows is growing significantly among homeowners and housebuilders alike, as it is maintenance free and built to last even in the more challenging of building environments. Keylite Polar will also appeal to homeowners as the slimline sash profile maximises the visible glazed area and the white frame co-ordinates perfectly with other contemporary interior finishes’.

The Keylite PVC has brought even further improvements to the Keylite Window with less exterior fixings and U-values as low as 1.0 depending on the glazing chosen.

  • A Keylite Polar frame and window
    A Keylite Polar frame and window
  • PVC Polar roof windows from Keylite installed in a contemporary kitchen design
    PVC Polar roof windows from Keylite installed in a contemporary kitchen design
  • Three Keylite Polar roof windows light up a contemporary living space
    Three Keylite Polar roof windows light up a contemporary living space
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For more information and technical support visit: www.keyliteroofwindows.com

 

Contact: 

01283 200158

info@keyliteuk.com


 

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