Skyline has the experience to fit any type of Velux Roof Window that you may require. Click to see examples.

Skyline has the experience to fit any type of Velux Roof Window that you may require. Click to see examples.

skylight types and what they're best for; there are some missing from the picture. see link for more details

skylight types and what they're best for; there are some missing from the picture. see link for more details

What would you do with a balcony or roof terrace? Croissants and fresh coffee on a spring morning? Speak to Sterlingbuild to see how we can help make it happen - 01304 219922 or enquiries@sterlingbuild.co.uk.

What would you do with a balcony or roof terrace? Croissants and fresh coffee on a spring morning? Speak to Sterlingbuild to see how we can help make it happen - 01304 219922 or enquiries@sterlingbuild.co.uk.

Skylights - My god this looks fabulous....  Your thoughts ? -      -  To connect with us, and our community of people from Australia and around the world, learning how to live large in small places, visit us at www.Facebook.com/TinyHousesAustralia

Skylights - My god this looks fabulous.... Your thoughts ? - - To connect with us, and our community of people from Australia and around the world, learning how to live large in small places, visit us at www.Facebook.com/TinyHousesAustralia

Cabrio designed by Velux transforms a skylight into a small balcony by simply opening its frame.

Innovative Skylight Window Easily Transforms into Rooftop Balcony

Cabrio designed by Velux transforms a skylight into a small balcony by simply opening its frame.

This is what I would love my new home to look like. Nice and bright with beautiful roof windows and plenty of natural light. Amazing Scandi dining room.

This is what I would love my new home to look like. Nice and bright with beautiful roof windows and plenty of natural light. Amazing Scandi dining room.

Light house by architects Barbosa & Guimarães - Porto, Portugal - 2004-2011 Photographs: Arqf – José Campos. The project involves the rehabilitation of the pre-existing granite masonry, introducing in its edge, a prism fully coated copper, and with a volume identical to that we thought it was the pre-existent. This new approach, organizes three units: a commercial space, an office and housing.

Fonte Da Luz / Barbosa & Guimarães

Light house by architects Barbosa & Guimarães - Porto, Portugal - 2004-2011 Photographs: Arqf – José Campos. The project involves the rehabilitation of the pre-existing granite masonry, introducing in its edge, a prism fully coated copper, and with a volume identical to that we thought it was the pre-existent. This new approach, organizes three units: a commercial space, an office and housing.

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