Find your perfect window or dome in three simple steps
We've made finding your perfect product easier
Finding a product to add daylight to a room below a flat roof or a pitched roof has just got easier.
Select your roof type and read up on the products suitable for your roof. You'll find useful information about the benefits of the products types, such as which comply with building regulations, or why a domed flat roof window is a better investment than a flat roof window.
Once you decided upon the product you need for your home improvement project, go to the next stage to find models that will fit the dimensions.
Lowest priced windows and domes
We keep an eye on our competitors' prices so you don't have to. If we don't quote you the lowest delivered price for your model, contact us and we'll match. Read our price match promise.
Roof windows and skylights differ in that skylights don't meet build regulations and so are limited to use in uninhabited spaces, such as hallways, lofts and outbuildings. You can find more information on the Planning Portal.
Roof windows flood your loft conversion or extension with lots of daylight, fresh air and a clear view, adding a real impact to your home.
Range of choice
The leading brands offer a range of innovative roof window designs with a solution for every need. Whether your installation is low in the roof and you need head space (opt for a top hung frame) or is high up (opt for a remote controlled model), there is a budget friendly answer for your home improvement project.
Something for everyoneAre you a bargain hunter, a gadget lover or want the wow factor for your home? Our selection has a roof window for you. We can offer you a window with high quality components at a budget friendly price, the ability to control your windows and blinds from the comfort of your sofa or a stunning feature.
Skylights are a low cost way of adding daylight and ventilation to a loft space, garage or shed. They are strictly for uninhabited spaces.
Value for money
Whilst being the UK's cheapest skylights, the models we sell are definitely the best value for money. Their simple, effective and durable design ensure you receive all the benefits of natural light whilst protecting your space from the weather for years to come.
If you need roof access, as well as light in your uninhabited space, choose a model that allows easy access onto the roof to perform maintenance work or as an emergency escape. Read more about means of escape windows.
Double glazed flat roof windows with a dome
This product has it all - excellent thermal insulation and sound proofing, weatherproofing, durability, and improved security.
Protection from the outside
The energy saving double glazed flat roof window is covered with a polycarbonate dome. This creates an added layer of protection against outside noise, and the sound of rain and hail hitting your installation.
Customise to your needs
Choose from a number of options to create a window that best suits your needs, including fixed and opening models, and an opaque finish for privacy.
Built to last
The dome provides a route for rain to drain away, protecting the flat roof window below from damage.
Flat roof glass windows
These non-domed roof lights are double glazed for excellent thermal insulation and a design that looks good from the inside and out.
This window has a modern, stylish finish thanks to the highly aesthetic design. The white internal finish will complement any ceiling, whilst flooding the room with daylight.
Touch of luxury
A range of options means you can have a window that suits your needs and budget, including electric blinds.
It can be mounted on an additional base, raising the installation to allow you enjoy a green/living roof.
Flat roof domes
Polycarbonate domes are the budget friendly option. Choose a fixed or opening thermoformed dome that will protect your room below from UV rays.
Don't be fooled by the apparent simplicity of these domes - they are virtually unbreakable, having an impact strength up to 250 times greater than glass.
Opt for a single skin dome for uninhabited spaces, such as a garage or shed. You will need a double skin if you're replacing an existing dome, and a triple skin for new installations to comply with Building Regulations.
Available in square, rectangular and circular shapes.