High Specification Rooflights & Structural Glass Solutions
For over a decade, Vision AGI have been designing, manufacturing and installing impressive high specification Rooflights and Structural Glass solutions in both the high end and commercial sectors. We have built a reputation for quality by using only the finest processes, materials and suppliers, responsibly sourced from within the UK wherever possible.
Manufactured in our Cambridgeshire based factory, we supply our Rooflight Collection, Sliding Rooflight Range, Bespoke Rooflights and Structural Glazing to Architects, Construction Contractors, Builders and Homeowners, throughout the UK and Europe.
Our thermally broken, fully tested for air & water permeability Rooflights offer optimum performance and efficiency, whilst remaining stylish and elegant. They are the perfect solution to any project whether a refurbishment, flat roof extension or new build project.
Our high specification Rooflight Collection, Sliding Rooflight Range and Bespoke Rooflights offer you the following:
- Vision AGI’s thermally broken, extruded aluminium profiles
- Double glazed IGU with black warm edge spacer, argon filled cavity for increased thermal performance
- Toughened Heat Soak Tested glass as standard
- Low-e soft-coat inner pane
- Standard centre pane U-value of 1.1W/m2K
- PAS24 security tested
- Exceeds industry standards for air and water permeability testing
- In-house design using 3D CAD Software
- Experienced professional Installation Team available
We not only have an extensive ‘standard’ rooflights but also a sizeable portfolio of impressive bespoke designs, born of our clients’ unique imaginations.
Head over to our Case Studies to view these projects and many, many more.
Whether you require a Rooflight or Structural Glazing solution, our team of In-House experts are proud to offer projects specific solutions and excellent customer service from inspiration to installation
The Rooflight Collection
Vision AGI are proud to introduce our Sliding Rooflight Collection, an elegant alternative to the traditional Access Hatch, designed by our in-house experts to be both impressive and functional in the modern world.
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The Fixed Skylight is the traditional timeless classic; its simplistic design forms clean elegant lines and would be the perfect addition to your roof, bringing an abundance of natural light into any room.
From £745.10 + VAT
Opening Vent Rooflights
Our Opening Roof Windows have a classic, traditional and elegant design and with the additional benefit of being able to be opened and closed manually or electrically, allowing you to maximise the natural light and ventilation into your home.
From £1253.94 + VAT
Walk On Glass Floors
Our Walk On Glass Floors are flush-fitting glass panels that maintain the function of the floor whilst allowing the illumination of the room below with an abundance of natural light.
From £839.20 + VAT
Access Hatch Rooflights
The Access Hatch Roof Windows are a classic, traditional and elegant roof window with a difference: it provides the advantage of opening fully, so has a dual function giving you an extra point of access to your roof space.
From £1269.41 + VAT
Pyramid Rooflights have a stylish and contemporary design, engineered to maximise the amount of natural light. These are popular where multiple natural light sources are required in smaller roofs and corridors.
From £1616.75 + VAT
The Lantern Rooflights have a contemporary design providing a more architectural feel. Giving added height and volume to your room, providing maximum light transmission and that all important WOW factor.
From £1719.05 + VAT
CPD – A Specifier’s Guide to Innovative Rooflight Design
We are now taking bookings for our CPD course – A Specifier’s Guide to Innovative Rooflight Design. Aimed at architects and design departments in search of expanding their knowledge, this RIBA approved CPD course is a free presentation that can take place at a venue and time of your choosing. Continue reading »
When performance is priority, have you checked the spec?
Understanding the performance of a rooflight can be difficult, especially for those of us who don’t have a degree in physics or read British Standards in our spare time.
What does ±2000 Pa serviceability mean? Is it relevant to my project? Do I even need a performance tested rooflight?
Without getting into the boring long-winded codes of the British and European Standards, windows, doors and rooflights should be tested for “weather tightness”. This has three main components to it, air permeability, water-tightness and wind resistance. Continue reading »