Stella rooflights and skylights are ideal for installation in any project
but especially period properties, Listed buildings, barn conversions or
areas where flush fitting, low profile design, glazing is required. What
differentiates a Stella Conservation Rooflight from the others and
makes it the most authentic is our attention to detail and the use of
Stella conservation rooflights are designed to sit flush within a slate,
tile or metal roof at a pitch of between 17 and 70 degrees. Watch this
video from the Association of Master Roofers, showing a Stella
Rooflight installation in a slate roof.
All Stella rooflights are bespoke made to suit your conservation
Pitched roof between 17 and 70 degrees
316L Stainless steel
Flashing: Lead – code to suit application
Finish: Polyester powder coat in C5 marine application
Colour: RAL colour TBC by Architect
Opening: Manual brass screw thread to 250mm opening for ventilation (subject to size). Electric cill mounted chain drives up to 600mm for ventilation. Optional switching/remote, rain sensor, wind sensor, control panel.
(U-Value): 1.1 W/m²K – 1.6 W/m²K whole unit value achievable subject to design requirements. Performance tested to BS EN ISO 10077-1:2017
American ash with neutral oil protective
coating as standard. Other hardwood
options and paint finishes available integrity
Wind & weather performance to harmonised standard BS EN 14351-1:2006 + A1:2010
Double or triple glazed.
Outer: Toughened BioClean Natura, self-clean & solar control
Spacer: Black, warm edge, silicone sealed
Inner: Toughened Planitherm One Low E
Thickness: Subject to sizing
Genuine glazing Bars: Optional
Fitting: 4mm double sided security glazing tape (4mm)
Beading: Specialist silicone suitable for use with Bio-Clean, self-clean glass. Black as standard
Range of manual or electric pleated blackout
A guide to conservation rooflights
What is a conservation rooflight? What should I consider when choosing a rooflight? What are my options for consevration rooflight? These are some of the questions asked in this guide to conservation roof lights.
Conservation roof lights glazing bars
This blog discusses the important considerations for conservation rooflight glazing bars, including what are conservation roof light glazing bars? And why are glazing bars on rooflights important?
Building regulations and
Anyone wishing to install conservation roof windows in a conservation property or Listed building should understand the Building Regulations surrounding conservation roof lights. Read about the rules on roof windows and traditional buildings.
Maintenance and care of conservation rooflights
Read about metal conservation style rooflights and maintenance. This blog provides practical advice and guidance, including a recommended rooflight maintenance schedule for steel rooflights.
Rooflights and planning permission
This blog will help you determine whether you need planning permission for your skylights and offer tips and advice on installing a rooflight in a Listed property.
A history of conservation rooflights
Conservation or heritage rooflights have been an important part of our architectural design for centuries. Find out how modern conservation rooflights play an important role in modern architecture.