Sunsquare SkyView rooflights
The SkyView is Sunsquare’s classic fixed rooflight that delivers outstanding thermal performance and abundant natural daylight for homes and workplaces. The SkyView is the only fixed rooflight available in the UK to reach the BSI’s demanding Kitemark standards, demonstrating excellent performance when tested for extreme wind loading, air permeability and weather tightness.
All SkyView rooflights are also designed and manufactured to easily surpass Building Regulations, making them a simple choice for self and small builders, contractors and architects alike, seeking a reliable and high-specification flat roof skylight in a range of stock sizes as well as more bespoke configurations. The SkyView is available both as a standalone rooflight or as part of a multi-pane rooflight unit, such as those positioned above long walkways and corridors to encourage natural light into areas that previously lacked a feeling of space and light.
In terms of the more bespoke elements of a SkyView rooflight, Sunsquare offers a range of glazing specifications suitable for any SkyView, giving you the chance to tailor your rooflight to the specific needs of your project. From obscured and privacy glazing to solar control glazing, a SkyView can not only flood interiors below with much-needed natural light, it can also filter out much of the sun’s harmful UV rays.
It's highly recommended that all SkyView rooflights are installed onto a fully-insulated Sunsquare upstand. These are an optional installation feature but help to ensure the SkyView fits well on the day of installation. Each upstand is designed and manufactured at a pitch of 5 degrees, providing your SkyView with enough of a run-off for surface water to avoid unnecessary puddling.
In fact, when combined with a Sunsquare upstand, a single-pane SkyView rooflight delivers U-values of just 0.93 W/m²K. The overall result is a traditional rooflight with contemporary aesthetics and performance levels, providing great thermal efficiency and security thanks to the introduction of a laminated inner pane as standard.