Thermally broken and energy efficient, HPG’s rooflights are manufactured from aluminium and finished with a powder coating.
The company aims to provide its customers with choice: its bars can be finished in any colour, with dual colour customisation options available.
Internal and external profile finishes can also be chosen; square, ornate and raked features can be specified to suit individual applications.
HPG’s pyramid rooflights offer pitches from 15 to 45 degrees; its octagon rooflights are made to measure.
The company manufactures trapezoidal roof vents for both its pyramid and octagon rooflights.
Its HGVR-Box Bar System is also available; as one of its most diverse products, the system suitable for use on all rooflights.
HPG undertakes contracts on a supply and install basis with installation of patent glazing in roof and vertical applications using single, double or triple glazing.
The company’s estimating and sales team are able to provide guidance on the type of bar required to fit a specific project.
Howells Patent Glazing,
Phone: 01384 820060
Fax: 01384 820061
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