Installation of Roof Window in Bromsgrove

These guys wanted more light over their stairs. Even though it was a narrow space, we were able to fit them a Fakro 55cm/98cm top-hung, natural pine, centre pivot roof window

This was fitted in a 1990s style, 2 bed house at The Furrows, Bromsgrove, B60.

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Fitting a Fakro Roof Window in a Bathroom with a Slate Roof in Stirchley

We fitted a PV-coated, center pivot roof window with measurements 550mm/780mm. It was installed in a bathroom extension with a slate roof and gave the room much needed natural light.

This was fitted in a 2 bed terrace house on Fordhouse Lane, Birmingham, B30 3AA.

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Fitting a Roof Window in Bromsgrove

This was a standard roof window fit. The owners of this house wanted extra light in their converted loft office so we installed a 66cm/98cm Velux centre pivot natural pine roof window in the corner of their loft.

This was in a two bed terrace on Rock Hill, Bromsgrove, B61

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Fakro Window Replacement in 1900's Period Barn Conversion Near Stratford-Upon-Avon

Fakro replacement roof windows in a barn conversion 

  • fitting a Fakro roof window
  • 550mm/980mm 
  • Centre pivot natural pine roof window

in a 1900's period barn conversion in Aston Cantlow, Stratford Upon Avon . 

We fitted two replacement Fakro roof windows into an old barn conversion. this was not a very easy task as the old windows were and old discontinued rood window brand with imperial measurements, meant nothing was quiet the right size. This also was not made easy by the small terracotta roof tiles that were extremely fragile and had been cemented in place. This is highly unrecommended. Cementing in roof windows to prevent leakage can actually end up becoming the lead cause of leaking windows. These windows took a lot of time and patients removing the old tiles without breaking them and customising the window size to work correctly with the modern flashing system. However we completed the jobs and the end results was worth he wait. they windows looked like they had always been there wind no damage to the roof.

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Velux Roof Window Replacement in 1970's Period House in Acocks Green

This is a great example of how to bring more natural light into your home.

  • fitting a VELUX roof window

  • 1140mm/980mm

  • top hung natural pine roof window

in a 3 bed 1970's period detached house.

This roof window replacement was a straight forward swap out. We removed the old Velux roof window and replaced its flashing frame and glass with band new units to ensure another 20year of service. 

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Installing a Velux Roof Window in to a victorian house in Sutton Coldfield

This is a great example how how to bring more natural light into your home.

  • fitting a VELUX roof window
  • 1140mm/1180mm 
  • center pivot, pv white coated roof window

in a 5 bedroom detached victorian period house on Boldmere Road in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham

This roof window insulation is a fantastic example of how to bring more light into your house. We installed a very large Velux roof window over the stairs between to floors of this victorian house which brought massive amount of extra natural light into the both floors of the house. The natural light that roof windows bring into a house can transform the way a space looks and feels. Brightening and lightening up overwise quite a dark space. 

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Building a Small Storage/Cinema Room, Hall Green, Birmingham

This was a small loft room project, a perfect example of:

  • Loft boarding
  • Insulation fitting
  • Roof window installation
  • Timber bi-folding loft ladder

in a 1950's, 3 bed, semi-detached house: Highfield Road, Hall Green, Birmingham.

This was the perfect little cubby hole space to turn into a "man cave" / cinema room. We boarded out this space and skimmed it to create a great area to retreat to after a long day. We added a window for ventilation and some natural light, but installed black out blinds that are necessary for that pitch black cinema experience. We insulated the entire room with 50mm extratherm boards to help keep it warm in winter and cool in the summer.

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