LB Roof Windows has launched its Liteleader range, which comprises three new products: EcoLite+, EcoSolid and EcoWhite.
Offering an increase in product choice, the Liteleader range has been developed to help roofers, contactors, installers and builders to capitalise on business opportunities. It is exclusively available in the United Kingdom.
Produced by the VKR Group, the roof windows can be fitted in pitches from 15 to 90 degrees, in all roofing materials. Each model features a safety button, which ensures the roof window sash can be secured or removed with ease. Fixing brackets allow for quick and simple installation.
All three versions of Liteleader can be ordered online; LB Roof Windows offers complimentary next day delivery for orders in excess of £200. The company also offers a 10-year manufacturer’s guarantee.
Also a centre-pivot roof window, Liteleader EcoWhite benefits from a wooden frame, pre-painted in a reflective white: this finish redirects daylight into living spaces, whilst delivering a contemporary aesthetic. The window offers improved energy performance, resulting in reduced energy bills.
EcoSolid is manufactured from led-free white PVC; a steel centre core offers additional strength and durability. The unit is best suited to rooms with high levels of humidity, such as kitchens and bathrooms.
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