Roof Maker opens new showroom

Roof Maker announces new showroom for roof windows

  • 22 Feb 2016

As part of its plans for expansion, Roof Maker has opened a new showroom, which is based in Thurmaston in Leicestershire.

Since its establishment in 2001, Roof Maker has experienced significant growth. In 2015, the company culminated its highest sales figures, recording a turnover of £10 million.

Its new showroom, which is based at its Thurmaston production facility, is the first in a series of planned developments to increase its manufacturing capacity.

Roof Maker will be able to showcase its entire range of roof windows, skylights and roof lanterns at the new showroom.

Roofing products for showroom showcase

The company is renowned for its Slimline triple glazed skylights and roof windows: these products incorporate ‘Sun-Tint’ thermochromic glass, which automatically self-tints in response to the glare from direct sunlight.

Roof Maker’s new ‘Heat Mirror’ technology also enables the production of insulated triple glazed units, which are around 33% lighter than conventional triple glazing.

It has also recently launched ThermFold, an insulated aluminium folding sliding door system, which has been developed to complement its existing range of skylights and roof windows.

Roof-Maker
1 Pinfold Road
Thurmaston
Leicester
LE4 8AS

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