A new horizon for the Lumen bespoke range of rooflights


Lumen has launched its new rooflight, the Horizon.  The timber rooflight is handmade in the UK from Accoya which is renowned for its durability, stability and sustainability.

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The Lumen Horizon incorporates a high performance triple glazed Pilkington Activ self-clean unit and is crafted entirely from sustainable sourced Accoya timber. The Lumen Horizon is produced from Accoya as it provides compelling environmental advantages over other hardwoods, has superior dimensional stability and boasts exceptional durability, offering a 50 year life span.  The Horizon is available in a variety of colours on both the inside and out.

Available as a fixed casement design, manual or electric actuation for ventilation, the Lumen Horizon is designed for use on a flat or low pitch roof construction including lead, zinc sheet, copper and asphaltic material. It can be supplied with or without Lumen’s unique Horizon insulated kerb system.

Lumen Managing Director, Paul Trace, said: “As the UK’s leading supplier of bespoke rooflights we understand that builders, architects and homeowners do not always want an off the shelf product. That’s why we offer more choice in the specification process than any other rooflight manufacturer.

“With the Horizon, we have developed a ground-breaking British made rooflight, using only the highest quality products. The combination of the Accoya timber frame and Pilkington triple glazed units allow the Horizon to boast an impressive thermal and environmental performance.”

The Lumen Horizon combines the latest in rooflight technology with British craftsmanship to provide an extremely durable, low maintenance rooflight, proven to withstand all types of external environments.

For information on the new Horizon rooflight please contact Lumen on 0330 300 1090, email info@lumenrooflight.co.uk, or visit www.lumenrooflight.co.uk

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