Korniche Roof Lantern – Quick & Easy Installation

Sponsored by Made for Trade.

The Korniche Aluminium Roof Lantern, engineered and developed by Made for Trade specifically with the trade and installer at the heart of the process, providing a product that is not only easy to install but arrives as a kit with full instructions and components safely wrapped and boxed. With no cutting or silicone required within the roof structure, the Korniche is the go-to lantern for the installer.

The slimmer elegantly proportioned Korniche fits perfectly in any home by retaining traditional features in a contemporary setting. The slim of sections are married together through carefully sculpted bosses and entirely hidden fixings to ensure that the beautiful sight-lines flow unbroken and gracefully from the ridge down through the spas.

The slim elegant Korniche fits perfectly in any home by retaining traditional features in a contemporary setting.

Thermal efficiency guaranteed through thermally broken eaves beam and insulating T-bar combined with high-performance glazing.

Unparalleled in strength through an engineered structure alongside the innovative glass lock system and tamper-proof fasteners.

If delivery with glazing is required, we can offer many industry leading, high-performance self-cleaning glass options. Choose from either blue, neutral, clear or aqua and with U Values ranging from 1.0 – 1.2.

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  1. Its a great looking roof light.What about security Roger is it easy to remove a glass unit?.
    Another brill video mate.

  2. His Roger – love your videos – did you do the kerb for the roof lantern ? And how does that comply with building regs for insulation and thermal bridging? What thickness is the kerb and insulation,
    I am going to put a warm roof on my garage – Building control requires a minimum of 120 mm pir insulation – but is that not required for a vertical kerb? Sorry for so many questions.

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