What are modular rooflights?
Modular rooflights are made up of multiple panels or modules that can be configured together to create a larger skylight. Popular in commercial and industrial buildings, they help bring natural light into an interior space. Easy to assemble and disassemble, they allow for quick and easy installation and maintenance.
Mardome Glass Link Modules supplied by Toughened Glass Systems are designed to fit neatly together to create rooflights that can be installed over any specified length. These rooflight units are made using high quality glass and are factory assembled and with a span of 3.8m, they can be easily linked together for unlimited lengths.
If you are looking for a bespoke fixed and opening combined configuration then contact us for a tailored quote. The prices on this page are for the fixed no opening option.
What buildings can benefit from modular rooflights?
Suitable for residential projects and commercial property developments, the factory glazed rooflight modules are highly flexible. Every rooflight comes in an anthracite grey finish to the external frame, creating a modern and sleek design.
Are modular rooflights energy efficient?
Made from structurally glazed double-glazed units, the Modular rooflight frames are powder coated, while their frames are fully thermally broken. This makes them a good, energy efficient choice. Learn more about energy efficient rooflights.
Modular rooflights are designed to deliver an efficient installation process for all modern building types, enhancing natural light while also providing ventilation where required. All Mardome Glass Rooflights are made using systems that are ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accredited.
Choose Toughened Glass Systems for your modular rooflights
Many competitors provide rooflights with a bottom pane that consists of 6mm toughened glass; however, at Toughened Glass Systems, our product features inner laminated glass. The inner pane will be 9.5mm or 11.5mm on larger units. The laminated panes are created using a bonding film which is also known as an interlayer that is positioned in-between the plies of glass. Should they fracture, the interlayer will help to keep the broken glass in place, reducing the risk of injury to those within reach of the rooflight. Using this laminate glass on the bottom of our units ensures that our products have a higher level of safety when compared to using only toughened glass on the bottom pane, which is what the majority of our competitors offer.
Prior to making payment, you will need to check all sizes are correct as every order is made to order which means that they cannot be altered once the manufacturing process begins. Prior to commencing the manufacturing process, all drawings require approval but once approval has been given, the lead time will begin.
The table below shows the glass sections, thickness and weight of each rooflight module.