Velux roof windows are a great addition to an Icotherm solid roof conservatory. Velux rooflights can let up to 30% more light into the room than a window and offer additional ventilation too.
Choosing a solid roof system to replace a glazed conservatory roof doesn’t mean losing daylight from your home. Velux roof windows allow the natural light to flood in, whilst the fully insulated Icotherm roof keeps your room at a comfortable temperature all year round.
The extra light from Velux windows will make the space lighter, brighter and look bigger than it is.
Icotherm solid roof conservatories are fully ventilated and fully insulated so they can be used to create a space for homeowners to use all year round. Choosing a conservatory with a tiled roof gives the effect of a ‘real room’, an extension that joins seamlessly with the rest of the home.
Icotherm is also the ideal system for refurbishing old glazed conservatories. By replacing an existing glazed conservatory roof with an Icotherm solid roof, you can improve the energy efficiency and comfort of an old, unused space.
If your customers are worried about losing the sense of openness glazed roofs offer, Velux roof windows, designed into an Icotherm Solid Roof are the perfect solution. They let in enough light to make the space brighter, which in turn makes it look bigger.
The top control bar of Velux roof windows allows easy opening and closing for ventilation whenever it is required. Velux window sashes can be rotated 180 degrees for easier cleaning. Electronically opened windows are also available, for easy, remote access.
Blinds for Velux Roof Windows
Using Velux windows in our solid roof conservatories give homeowners the added option of choosing from the impressive range of blinds for Velux windows.
Velux’s black-out blinds can help to create a cosy snug that’s perfect for watching a film in and Roman blinds can create a soft lighting effect that’s great for a dining room setting.
There are special designs available including Venetian blinds that can alter the level of sunlight that is allowed into the room and awning blinds to keep sunny rooms cooler. If bugs are a problem, an insect screen is available too.