Lantern Roofs

Lantern Roofs
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Choose a lantern rooflight from a selection of different styles and colours

Roof Lanterns or Lantern Roofs, are becoming ever more popular as alternatives to traditional conservatories or orangeries.  We have found more and more customers moving away from ‘fully glazed’ style room extensions.  Instead, the preference now is for solid walls like brick or render, with well positioned glass windows and doors, and a glazed roof lantern on top to flood the room with natural light and sunshine. 

The roof lantern extension has many advantages.  It more closely matches the original building in looks, utilising the same or closely matching brick, render or stone for its main construction.  Inside the walls can be decorated to match the interior décor of the home, making the extension feel more in keeping with the original building.  Pictures, mirrors, shelves and lights can be easily mounted on interior walls unlike full glass conservatories.  Solid walls give a warmer impression than glass on anything other than very hot and sunny days. 

Lantern roof extensions started as a way of opening up kitchens to create spacious areas for family and friends to mingle.  People naturally gravitate to kitchens at barbecues or dinner parties, and having a large airy space means everyone can enjoy the cooking and even offer help whilst chatting! Now lantern roofs can be found extending lounges, dining rooms and play rooms.  They take the benefits of traditional extensions and conservatories and combine the two to create stunning, warm and light spaces. 

Contact us to find out more about lantern roofs, and how these new roofs are overtaking conservatories in popularity!      

The Joedan Group is a secure, long established and reputable family business. We are among the top 10 Aluminium Fabricators in the UK. We offer confidence and total peace of mind in the quality of our products and the delivery of the very best service.  We are members of the Glass & Glazing Federation (GGF).  Being the industry authority, the GGF promotes best practice and sets the highest technical and health & safety standards. The Federation is also the voice of the industry in local and national politics helping shape and influence policy and legislation. As well as offering an array of benefits to its members, the GGF guides and protects homeowners when buying glass or glazing products and services.

All aspects of this project have been an absolute pleasure. Please thank everyone involved – we think you have been brilliant!
Mr & Mrs Henfrey