Velux windows

Velux windows

From time to time you’ll have a dark spot in your home without the space to have normal windows fitted to allow light inside.

This is where Velux designed windows come in handy and this range of window is installed into roofs. Velux windows brighten up rooms and can be fitted into sloping and flat roof designs, making them perfect for lofts.

Velux window designs

There are a number of designs and styles you can incorporate into your home, including:

  • Centre pivot roof windows

These add plenty of natural light whilst also doing no harm to your home’s value. With the centre pivot window you can create a dramatic effect, which is not only easy to open but can be rotated 180º to allow ease of cleaning.

  • Top hung roof windows

When fully open this design gives a great view, creating extra headroom and allowing plenty of light into your home. These windows are very easy to operate and will even swivel in the frames, allowing ease of cleaning.

  • Electric and solar powered roof windows

For tall rooms where the windows will be out of reach, electric windows are ideal. They can be controlled from anywhere in the property and you can operate one or all of the windows at the same time. An added bonus is that a sensor will automatically close the windows if it rains.

  • Flat roof windows

Flat roof windows offer the most for dark rooms and are popularly fitted into living rooms, kitchens and hallways. They offer practicality and bring aesthetic appeal with superb designs. You’ll be able to keep out the elements and control the windows electronically. They’ve become popular in new builds because of their attractive nature.

Velux window quotes

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Local Velux windows Projects

1 Project: skylight window either resealing or replacing Are you the property owner: Owner Property Type: Semi detached Type of glass: Standard Window movement: Opens Window Location: 1st Floor Material: Any Col...
2 Project: We are looking to get our skylight widow replaced Are you the property owner: Owner Property Type: Terrace Type of glass: Standard Window movement: Opens Window Location: 2nd Floor Material: uPVC Col...
3 Project: Repair existing Velux window that no longer closes properly
4 Project: Customer visited the mywindowsprices.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Glazing type: Double, Work description: I have two Velux Windows in the loft, I would like to have them replaced Are you the p...
5 Project: Conversion of single story ceiling (inside to be changed from flat to align with the pitched roof) and have 2 skylights fitted. Size of the flat ceiling is approx 2.6m x 2.1m. Thanks.
6 Project: Loft window price
7 Project: Roof window needs replacing. looking to replace with a plastic frame (fitted was wooden) with double glazing. Are you the property owner: Owner Property Type: Terrace Type of glass: Any Window movemen...
8 Project: replace existing velux window Are you the property owner: Owner Property Type: Terrace Type of glass: Standard Window movement: Opens Window Location: 1st Floor Material: uPVC Colour option: Unsure Wh...
9 Project: Upstairs dormer bathroom, looking to install two skylights and need a quote please, also not sure if we need planning permission?
10 Project: it seems like one roof window panel is shattered and we have leaks in our conservatory Are you the property owner: Owner Property Type: Detached Type of glass: Standard Window movement: Fixed Closed W...
11 Project: Replace a window in sloping roof on single storey part of our house,
12 Project: We need to replace an old Skylight in our loft room. We are looking to get this replaced asap if posisble
13 Project: Hi, we would like 2 velux windows in our attic room replaced (1. Approx 108cm x112cm. 2. Approx 72cm x 133cm). We would appreciate arranging quotes regarding this asap please. Many thanks in advance!
14 Project: Looking for a skylight to be supplied and fitted to our loft. Only after quote at this stage
15 Project: Two replacement roof windows for attic room Are you the property owner: Owner Property Type: Semi detached Type of glass: Any Window movement: Opens Window Location: 3rd Floor+ Material: Any Colour op...
16 Project: Customer visited the mywindowsprices.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Glazing type: Double, Work description: Velux windows
17 Project: Homeowner Supplied and fitted Please contact to appoint *
18 Project: I want a window installing in our attic space on the end gable ( Victorian end terrace) approx size similar to this example https://www.futuristarchitecture.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/e8e832bd09cd...
19 Project: Need a Velox roof widow installing in pitched cottage roof 55cm wide x 78cm or 98cm high. Roof gutter line approx. 3.5mtrs from ground level
20 Project: Sky light window in roof Are you the property owner: Owner Property Type: Semi detached Type of glass: Standard Window movement: Opens Window Location: 2nd Floor Material: Any Colour option: Unsure W...

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Velux windows activity in October 2019

Velux windows Projects in the UK in October 2019

September 2019 August / September
Greater London 8,230 0% <img src=
South East 5,610 -10% <img src=
North West 3,990 1% <img src=
Yorkshire & Humber 3,730 10% <img src=
South West 3,351 7% <img src=
Scotland 2,291 4% <img src=
East Of England 2,070 12% <img src=
East Midlands 1,945 -10% <img src=
Western Midlands 1,896 12% <img src=
Wales 1,594 12% <img src=
Northern Ireland 452 -14% <img src=
North East 250 67% <img src=
United Kingdom 35,409 1%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

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