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The Benefits of Brett Martin Flat Glass Rooflights vs Mardome Polycarbonate Domes

Self-build & Renovation
Daylight Systems

Brett Martin manufacture both flat glass and polycarbonate dome rooflights, let’s take a look at the benefits of both to help you decide which one is best for you

Firstly here are the benefits of choosing Brett Martin Flat Glass...

  • Excellent thermal insulation, meaning heat transfer from the inside of the building to the outside is minimised.
  • Great sound insulation meaning less noise from outside.
  • Has a premium appearance for overlooked roofs.
  • Completely bespoke sizes available.
  • Special glass specifications available including self-clean, and solar control to reduce the risk of overheating while maximising light transmission.
  • Fixed variants are Secured by Design accredited as standard for peace of mind.

    Now let’s take a look at the benefits of choosing Mardome polycarbonate domes...

    • An economical way of bringing daylight in.
    • They are light weight, this means they are easy to manually manoeuvre on to roofs.
    • Available in a wide range of sizes and opening options, as well as a selection of thermal insulation and lighting effect options available on short lead times.
    • The only polycarbonate dome available with Secured by Design option.

    Finally, let’s take a look at the benefits for both Brett Martin Flat Glass and Mardome Polycarbonate Domes...

    • 48 hour delivery as standard on a wide range of sizes and options.
    • A 10 year warranty available on both.
    • Both have trickle and comfort opening ventilation options available, with concealed mechanisms on powered opening variants for a clean internal appearance.
    • Both are non-fragile, meaning anyone accidentally walking or falling onto the rooflight will not fall through the rooflight.
    • More daylight area than many competitors thanks to steeply sloped kerbs.

     

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    Mardome dome rooflights have been developed for flat or low pitched and gently curved roof structures and are compatible with a wide range of roofing systems.