Stratus Lanterns Sutton Coldfield
Not only can having a stratus lantern roof provide thermal comfort and improve quality of life, but also adds a touch of modern grandeur to your home. Our stratus lantern roofs offer architectural refinement coupled with innovative thermally broken systems.
Enjoy comfort without having to compromise on style and light, as our unique stratus lantern roof creates the perfect living space that is bathed in light and suitable to be used all year round.
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Who are Flair Windows?
Established in 1997, Flair Windows are double glazing experts based in Sutton Coldfield. Trading for over 25 years, we supply to thousands of homes in Lichfield, Tamworth, Solihull and Shirley and surrounding areas.
Starting out as a retail only business, we now offer our high quality products to trade outlets and retail installers across the UK and abroad, which has allowed us to operate as a dual trade and retail business.
Whether you’re looking to transform the appearance of your home with a new window, door or even conservatory roof, our team of MTC qualified installers are here to help make your house feel like home again. Get a quote to get started on installing a solid conservatory roof, or find your nearest installer today.
Ridge with a hard-wearing aluminium exterior and polyamide thermal break for an energy-efficient and well-insulated stratus lantern roof.
A radius end with a weatherproof foam infill to protect your stratus lantern from the outside elements.
High-performance double glazing in neutral or blue that is 94% UV-resistant, offers up to 83% solar rejection, and is self-cleaning (U-value as low as 0.9 W/m²K).
Eaves beam made of cleated engineered aluminium for maximum strength and with a polyamide thermal break for no cold air transfer.
Thermally broken glazing bars with a polyamide thermal break for insulation.
A UV-resistant ultra-slim top cap for clean aesthetics. Available in any RAL colour.
Ultra-slim, hard-wearing external ridge end cover that is internally fixed for security.
Ultra-slim internal ridge cover that is fixed internally for security.
Aluminium end caps with a hard-wearing powder-coated finish.
Are stratus lantern roofs thermally efficient?
Yes, they are! The stratus lantern roof is thermally efficient thanks to the thermal break technology, which ensures that your living space is warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Every element of the stratus lantern has an ultra-low conductive element that separates the inner and outer aluminium skins. This keeps heating bills low for your Sutton Coldfield property.
Are the roof pitches for the stratus lantern fixed?
Yes, the pitches for our status lantern roofs are fixed at a 20° angle all around for both functional and aesthetic reasons. This angle is best for structural integrity as it prevents any snow loading and provides good water run-off. Additionally, this 20° angle provides the best aesthetics for stratus lantern roofs as it gives a feeling of heightened volume from the inside.
What is a thermal break?
A thermal break is a material that has a low level of thermal conductivity. This is placed between two conductive materials to reduce or prevent the flow of thermal energy. By separating the two conductive materials, the thermal break helps to provide superb thermal insulation for your Sutton Coldfield property.
What is a U-value?
The U-value of a product measures how effective it is at insulation. The lower the U-value, the better it is at insulating. For reference, a standard double glazed window has an approximate U-value of 2.8 W/m²K. In contrast, our incredibly insulating stratus lantern roofs are capable of achieving a U-value as low as 0.9 W/m²K.