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Our range of opening rooflights includes either hinged or sliding units, which can be operated at the touch of a button for day to day use. During the festival, the hydraulic mechanism can be isolated from your electricity supply and the rooflights opened using a manual pump.

As depicted in The Jerusalem Talmud, a skylight which can be covered in thatching may be a qualified Sukkah – meaning you can celebrate within your home by surrounding your roof opening with sechach.

If you require a Sukkah rooflight, please contact our Technical Specification team, who will be able to offer advice and provide examples of our previous projects

Our most common Sukkah rooflight build is for sliding rooflights. In a recent project, we were able to install a Sliding Over Roof rooflight, which slid completely off the roof and provided a full opening to be used during the festival period.

The hydraulic pump enabled the owner to open the skylight manually during the festival of Sukkot. Whilst still maintaining a wow factor sliding rooflight throughout the rest of the year.

Our hydraulically hinged Skydoor access rooflight was specified at Le Cordon Bleu restaurant, a world renowned network of educational institutions dedicated to providing the highest level of culinary and hospitality instruction and education.

For more information on this project and to learn more about how the Skydoor can be used as a sukkah skylight, you can either click here to read the full case study or contact us and ask one of our Technical Specification team.

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