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Timber Roof Windows

Top brands are now available at top prices. Invest in a solution, characterised by great durability over the years, solidity and functionality. Keylite, Velux, Fakro and Sunlux all pay attention to the requirements and demands of customers and develop their products accordingly. The choice includes centre pivot and escape wooden roof windows. Advanced technological solutions go along greatly with elegant style and natural timber used. Lacquered, impregnated pine is extremely durable and resistant to damage, deformation and influence of sunlight and other weather conditions.

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  • Centre Pivot Windows

  • Top Hung Windows

    Top-hung windows are among the best roof window solutions available on the market. If you’re looking for a window that will give you the best view and bring the most daylight into your home, a top-hung roof window is your best choice. Operated with a handle mounted at the bottom of the window, these windows open by swinging out upwards, allowing you to fully take in the panoramic views. Combine looks with convenience in the best way possible using top-hung roof windows manufactured by the best experts on the market, all available in our shop.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Timber Roof Windows

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Additional advantages of the wooden roof windows include their advanced thermal insulation resulting from the implementation of solid glazing unit with fantastic ‘U’ values. The result is improved comfort as well as great energy efficiency during colder months.

Each solution is also appreciated by professionals and users for their practicality. The centre pivot products allow for easier ventilation and cleaning on both sides. Fakro escape models are equipped with special gas piston, which secures it when opened and makes the opening much easier.

We also offer an incredible selection of high-quality windows by Optilight. Reliable models such as Optilight B centre pivot and Optilight TLP will be the perfect addition to your home.

What are timber roof windows?

Timber roof windows are windows made from wood that are installed on the slope of the roof to allow natural light and ventilation into attic spaces or rooms with pitched roofs.

What are the benefits of using timber for roof windows?

Timber is a natural insulator, aesthetically pleasing, and can be easily painted or stained to match interior décor. It also has good environmental credentials, being a renewable resource.

Do timber roof windows require a lot of maintenance?

Timber windows require periodic maintenance such as painting or staining to protect the wood from weathering and to maintain their appearance and durability.

How energy efficient are timber roof windows?

Timber frames are naturally insulating, which helps reduce heat loss. When combined with energy-efficient glazing, they can significantly improve the thermal efficiency of a home.

Can timber roof windows be customized?

Yes, timber roof windows are available in a variety of sizes and styles and can be custom-made to fit specific dimensions and design preferences.

How long do timber roof windows last?

With proper maintenance, timber roof windows can last several decades. The lifespan is influenced by the quality of wood, installation, and regular maintenance.

Are timber roof windows suitable for all climates?

Timber is suitable for most climates but may require more maintenance in areas with high humidity or extreme weather conditions to prevent warping or rotting.

Are there different types of glazing available for timber roof windows?

Yes, options include double, triple, and even quadruple glazing to enhance thermal and acoustic insulation.

What types of finishes are available for timber roof windows?

Timber can be treated with a range of stains and paints to suit any interior style or to provide extra protection against the elements.

How do I ensure a proper installation of timber roof windows?

It is crucial to follow manufacturer guidelines and local building codes. Hiring a professional installer who is experienced with timber windows is recommended to ensure a watertight and structurally sound installation.