Published On: Mon, Mar 23rd, 2015

UltraSky – the only rooflight available in PVC and aluminium

UltraSky 4Award winning roof system manufacturer Ultraframe has launched a rooflight system to meet the needs of its network partners looking to eliminate the need to dual-supply rooflights – UltraSky is the only system available in PVC or aluminium.

The UltraSky system is designed around the BBA approved Classic roofing system so there’s no nasty surprises or awkward fitting on site, ensuring that every job is seamless and fast.  The UltraSky system is further enhanced by the versatile colour options – available in white, anthracite grey or satin black and is available in a broad range of sizes up to 2000mm wide and up to a length of 4000mm.  Regardless of the size, each UltraSky is designed around maximum uninterrupted sight lines – bar numbers are reduced and the ridge board and hub ends are as unobtrusive as possible ensuring clear sightlines between the room and the sky.  In addition, UltraSky is designed around a thermally broken aluminium ridge, which delivers improved thermal performance.

UltraSky will have many applications and once again adds a new dimension to a retail offering.  Steve McIntyre, Ultraframe marketing director comments on the retail support underpinning the launch of UltraSky: “with the launch of UltraSky we have a complete end-to-end roof solution from our classic glazed roof systems right through to our solid roof offering with realROOF and the award winning LivinROOF – the addition of UltraSky will ensure that every one of our loyal network partners can meet the needs of every home extension design.

“We’re complementing our technical outputs with a broad range of consumer-focused literature with the primary aim of inspiring and informing homeowners.  Our website is becoming a number one resource for homeowners seeking home extension inspiration and UltraSky will further attract a new market of homeowners looking for a rooflight solution.”

To access UltraSky literature contact Adam Wilde at Ultraframe