Barongs roof lanterns are manufactured in a number of materials to suit your needs, Theses can be finished in any colour you require, you can even turn you existing flat roof single story extension into an orangery style room by incorporation a roof lantern.
Grey On white Slimline Roof lantern with electric opening vent. installed in Tonbridge, Kent.
Two Flat roof lights installed on an extension build in Edenbridge, Kent
Grey on White lantern inside view, Installed in East Grinstead, West Sussex.
Inside View on a large orangery build in Smallfield, Surrey.
Large Anthracite grey roof vent installed in our new showroom office in Felbridge, West Sussex.
Large Green on White Lantern on a Pool House installed in Surrey.
2 x 1 Meter Contemporary Roof lantern installed in East Grinstead, West Sussex.
Aluminium Roof Lantern In Hidden roof, GRP warm Roof System.
Inside View of Welled roof lantern installation in Crawley Down, West Sussex.
A small, dark or uninteresting area can be transformed by the introduction of a roof lantern or rooflight. A sense of space is achieved by the influx of light and the room enhanced by the addition of a roof lantern.
Roof lanterns and rooflights can be built to any size and shape, from a modest structure that will add much needed light to a dark corner, to a larger glazed roof perhaps over a kitchen/diner. The decorative detail can be simple through to elaborate and diversity of style can range from traditional through to contemporary.