We started the installation bright and early, with the enthusiastic assistance
of colleagues, friends and the company’s own loading crane. The roof cut-out, the foil cover and the wooden substructure had already been completed by the time the loading crane started work around noon.
The new roof glazing is a longlight consisting of four individual modules, each 745 mm wide, two of which are opening modules with a stroke of 300 mm. With dark grey aluminium frames and profiles in RAL 7016 matt, the window is exactly the same colour as the roof tiles.
This panoramic window, spanning a total width of 2980 mm and 1585 mm in height is relatively small, but it has the advantage that the entire window unit, complete with suspended modules, could be pre-assembled in the factory, allowing the crane to use a large vacuum suction cup to lift the entire window unit, including the wooden assembly frame, into position, saving a lot of time on site.