We’re open.. Here at Sunsquare HQ, we will be operating as usual during this lockdown period. We are a British manufacturer and have been able to maintain COVID-19 safe site teams by taking extra precautions, including PPE, temperature checks and fogging vehicles. Lead times will not be affected as our factories are currently in full swing. The safety of our staff and customers is our top priority so we will continue to adhere to all government guidelines.
For a skylight to be entirely thermally broken you should expect to see polyamide sections dividing all materials that sit across the internal to external parts of your building.
Our entire range of contemporary rooflights are truly thermally broken to help your property stay warmer and drier.
For a skylight to be entirely thermally broken you should expect to see polyamide sections dividing all materials that sit across the internal to external parts of your building. This is the only effective means of maintaining insulation and, subsequently, the climatic control of your property.
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Sunsquare set to exhibit at Grand Designs Live 2019
Sunsquare is pleased to announce its appearance at the upcoming Grand Designs Live 2019 in London. The team will be exhibiting the brand’s full range of BSI Kitemarked, thermally broken skylights and roof lanterns from stand B150 at the ExCeL London from 4th – 12th May 2019.