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Flat rooflight offers energy efficient daylighting solution

The lightweight Neo Advance brings low U-values, contemporary good looks and oodles of natural light to architects' new-build and renovation projects

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Neo Advance flat rooflights and a run of floor-to-ceiling glazed doors bring landscape and sky views to a seating and dining space.
Neo Advance flat rooflights and a run of floor-to-ceiling glazed doors bring landscape and sky views to a seating and dining space.

The Rooflight Company’s Neo Advance flat rooflight meets the growing demand for design and building projects to capture and use natural daylight in striking, energy-efficient ways.

The product’s aluminium frame and patented thermal shield technology improves thermal efficiency and protects against mould and condensation, allowing for a whole-window U-value as low as 1.06 W/m2k in a double-glazed unit. It is also significantly lighter than its triple-glazed counterpart.

Neo Advance has no unsightly fixings, ensuring clean lines and a contemporary look. With a concealed motor in the framework, it can be controlled by a switch or remote-control technology.

Neo Advance delivers:

  • Energy-efficient low U-Values.
  • Elegant contemporary interior and exterior looks.
  • A design that is robust enough for coastal locations.
  • Bespoke, made-to-measure and standard options.
  • A patented thermal shield.

The Rooflight Company has a dedicated Architects’ Team who are happy to help with any design or project queries.

  • Neo Advance: Market-leading thermal efficiency.
    Neo Advance: Market-leading thermal efficiency.
  • Neo Advance: No unsightly fixings and a concealed motor mean clean, contemporary lines.
    Neo Advance: No unsightly fixings and a concealed motor mean clean, contemporary lines.
  • Neo Advance: A patented thermal shield improves efficiency and protects against mould and condensation.
    Neo Advance: A patented thermal shield improves efficiency and protects against mould and condensation.
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For more information and technical support, visit therooflightcompany.co.uk

 

Contact:

01993 833155

enquiries@therooflightcompany.co.uk


 

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