Atrium Glass Roofs are now common in commercial buildings due to their effective use of daylight and energy efficiency. Many large projects are now installing them.
Reason being, that they can successfully reduce the carbon footprint in an effortless, cost-effective way. However, rooflights can become damaged or faulty. When those issues develop, you should organise a repair as soon as you can.
These defects can occur if they are not properly maintained through the years and materials do tend to weaken over the course of 15+ years. It’s easy to spot a simple issue but it’s always best to organise an inspection to deliberate your next move.
When you arrange an inspection of your atrium glass, REFURB.GLASS may simply advise that the roof lights need simple maintenance or repair to decrease damage risk and extend the longevity. Annual site surveys will help ensure the durability of the industrial roof light is up to standard. Then your business can operate without disruption.
Usually made from glass or polycarbonate. They can be a wonderful architectural feature but are prone to cracked glass or water ingress. This type of rooflight is a prime candidate for annual maintenance packages.
These rooflights are ideal for a larger space due to their variety in size. Each semi circular shape can be fitted together to create a roof light that can cover your entire roof. In other words, this is ideal for any commercial building.
Monopitch rooflights are usually self supporting and constructed with glass or polycarbonate. They are designed to be installed onto a weathered, pitched builder's kerb. These can be prone to silicone failures if not installed correctly.
Pyramid glass rooflights are commonly used on buildings to create beautiful, spotlight that will enhance a building’s architectural flare with thin steel beams and double glazing.
Ridgelight is a classic rooflight solution, where two rows of glass sections are connected at the ridge. The dual pitched Ridgelight solution is ideal for buildings with large roof openings.
Northlights are rows of glass sections installed up to 90° in order to provide large amounts of glare-free daylight, ideal for spaces that require soft light for optimum indoor conditions.