Bi-Design’s expert drawings called for a truly wonderful home to be constructed, with luxuries like a playroom for children, and a courtyard with an impressive water feature. The home also features a cinema room and bar, all located on the ground floor. Situated in a beautiful location in the North, it is a beautiful house with stunning surrounding grounds.
As the property is located in a conservation area, the rooflight/roof window specified would need to be flush with the roof line, keeping in line with strict rules. Building regulations state that in a conservation area, no external areas can be changed, this means that rooflights sitting on an upstand/kerb protruding from the roof line cannot be specified, as they would technically ‘invade’ the conservation area. The client also desired an entire glass roof to run from the apex of the roof line, and down the sides of the roof.
The Pitchridge sits above a home office, helping to enhance productivity by having natural daylight flood the room. A mixture between our Pitchglaze Roof Window and Ridgeglaze Rooflight, the Pitchridge sits in line (flush) with the roof, eliminating the upstand present on our Ridgeglaze system. Sitting along the apex of the roof line, and running down each eaves of the roof, the roof window can be supplied in multiple sections or in one whole section. This project was the first usage of the Pitchridge, and since then has become a standard product within our roof window portfolio.
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