DXW flat roof window

DXW flat roof window designed to uphold foot traffic

  • 30 Mar 2016

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FAKRO’s new DXW flat roof window features a wear-resistant ant-slip surface which allows it to be walked on, even in wet weather.

The flat roof window has been designed for roof terraces and can be fitted flush within the roofline. The unit has a U-value of 0.5W/m2K and its multi-chamber PVC frame is filled with polystyrene insulation. 

The DXW flat roof window is available in eight sizes starting at 600x600mm.

FAKRO GB Limited

FAKRO House,
Astron Business Park

Hearthcote
Road
Swadlincote

DE11 9DW

phone: 01283 554755

fax: 01283 224545

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