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Flat MAX (Flat)

Bringing natural light into the home all year round, Flat MAX is the high performance, high quality, flat contemporary solution. Flat Max provides excellent thermal insulation, light transmission and noise reduction from its robust unobtrusive aluminium framing and safety glass. Solar control glass is an available option.

This industry leading system allows the glass to be removed without removing the framework, providing a durable, cost effective and long life solution.

Flat MAX can be installed in minutes not hours!

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LuMax (Lantern)

LuMax is a contemporary, high quality and thermally efficient lantern roof system. Featuring slim, thermally broken aluminium profiles, the system has been designed to be fast and straightforward to install, while delivering high levels of security.

LuMax has been developed to deliver all the performance and aesthetic benefits of a modern aluminium solution. Its clean, slim lines provide a strong, durable, secure and low-maintenance solution for orangery roofs.

The elegant design of the system ensures that the glass area is maximised, creating a light and airy feel in the orangery, with a minimalist structure to ensure virtually uninterrupted views. Providing a traditional 25⁰ pitch, LuMax incorporates standard 28mm double glazed units, with the thermally-broken aluminium profiles combining to deliver outstanding energy efficiency and thermal performance.

Security of the finished system is assured through the use of pressure plates which are secured with anti-tamper screws, ensuring that the roof is strong, safe and secure.

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Case Studies


Can You Add a Roof Lantern to an Existing Roof?
09th April 2024
Glass roofs are everywhere in modern home design, and it's easy to see why. They flood your home with natural light and create a sense of bright, airy spaciousness, all while offering a sleek and sophisticated look. But there's a catch - too much glass can compromise the energy efficiency of your home, making it hotter in the summer, colder in the winter, and sending your energy bills skyrocketing.
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5 Telltale Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Windows
14th March 2024
Your windows don't have to be hanging off their hinges to be past their prime.
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Commercial vs Residential Windows: What's the Difference?
13th February 2024
Whether you're in a tiny one-floor office or a towering block of flats, a window is just a window, right? Well, not exactly.
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How to Stop Condensation on Aluminium Windows
08th January 2024
Condensation, that unwelcome moisture running down your windows, isn't just an eyesore -- it can damage your window frames and create unhealthy indoor conditions, leading to damp and mould.
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