Thermal Break Aluminum Storm Windows Grilled Glass Dormer Window
|Place of Origin:
|EN 1090-2-2018; ISO3834
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:
|Wooden fixed packaging,and Standard seaworthy packing of container
|20-50 work day
|Aluminum + Glass
|Double Tempered Glass
|China Top Hardware
|Customized As Order
|Customized As Order
Aluminum Flat Roof Dormer Windows,
Grilled Glass Loft Dormer Windows,
Thermal Break Glass Dormer Window
Thermal Break Aluminum Alloy Grilled Design Glass Skylight Dormer Window
Whether you’re converting a loft or building a new one-and-a-half storey home, a dormer window could be the best way to bring extra headroom and daylight into the upper level of your property.
dormer, in architecture, a vertical window that projects from a sloping roof and usually illuminates a bedroom.
Dormers are set either on the face of the wall or high upon the roof, and their roofs may be gabled, hipped, flat, or with one slope. A small dormer in a roof or a spire is called a lucarne.
Many people also think that dormer windows and conversions can add charm and character to the exterior of an otherwise plain house. So, they can be useful if you're looking to boost the aesthetics or kerb appeal of your property.
|High quality aluminum alloy
|Meet customer needs, such as Powder coated, Anodized, wood grain, Eletrophoresis, ETC.
|1.2mm, 1.4mm, 1.6mm, 2.0mm
|Thermal break or Non-Thermal break
|All kinds type of glass can be choosen, such as 5mm+9A+5mm, 6mm+9A+6mm, 5mm+12A+5mm, 6mm+9mm+8mm etc.
|Chinese top brand or International brand
|Stainless steel, aluminum alloy, fiber glass, retractable & invisable fly screen
|Meet customer needs
1.Large opening area;
2.Good ventilation, good air tightness, excellent sound insulation and heat preservation;
3.Suitable for bedrooms, study rooms, bathrooms, etc.
Do you need planning permission for a Dormer window?
In some cases, dormer conversions or loft conversions that involve dormer windows windows will require planning permission .However, if the extension is set back at least 20cm from the original eaves and the height does not exceed the height of the original roof, you won't need to obtain planning permission as this is classed as permitted development.
You would need planning permission for a dormer loft conversion or a dormer window if they are expected to exceed these measurements. It's classed as a major structural renovation, and you will need to submit the dormer project to the proper building authorities in order to obtain all the required permits.
which size is right for you:
The size required really depends on the height of the roof. If you’re converting a loft that has a very low ceiling then you’ll need a bigger dormer, but go smaller if you have a deep pitch and can stand up easily inside.