Geom Luna Pine Centre pivot Roof window (H)980mm (W)540mm

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Geom Luna Pine Centre pivot Roof window (H)980mm (W)540mm

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Brighten up your room and let in fresh air with this centre pivot opening roof window. It's made from pine, with a lacquered finish and completed with double glazed toughened safety glass.

  • Guarantee - 10 years
  • Glazing type - Toughened safety glass

Features and Benefits

Instruction manual

  • Handle type: Bottom operated handle

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Geom Luna Pine Centre pivot Roof window (H)980mm (W)540mm
Height (mm) 980mm
Width (mm) 540mm
Glass thickness 4mm
Model 05/09 RP
Uvalue 1.4W/m²K
Timber approval FSC® approved
Timber certificate TT-COC-003110

Health and Safety

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Buying guides

Roof windows buying guide

Roof windows buying guide

Adding roof windows can instantly transform spaces into bright, usable rooms which are less reliant on artificial lighting. Whilst they’re perfect for loft conversions, they can also be used to bring illumination to darker rooms and corridors in your home. Choosing the right window will help to create the most of natural light sources and the most of space in smaller rooms.

The aspect or direction a room or window faces will determine the sort of light it receives. You may prefer a brighter room if you plan to use it as a work or living space, or choose to avoid direct sunlight to keep a room cooler. To make the most of sunlight throughout the day, south facing windows are ideal. North facing windows won’t capture this light, but will still receive a muted, reflected light. If you intend to use your room at a particular time of a day, take into account that east facing windows will capture more light during the morning and west facing windows more light during the evening. Once you’ve worked out which of these factors are most important for the way you plan to use your room, you can work out the ideal location for your windows.

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