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Which system to use?

Unheated Spaces, canopies, station and platform glazing SkyGard should be your first choice if using 6 to 7mm thick glass. If considering different glass thickness, then PlasGard would be your next choice

Heated Spaces
ThermGard is our thermally broken system providing excellent Uvalues and air-tightness when combined with insulating double glazed units for compliance with Building Regulations Part L.

Self-supporting Lanterns or SkyLights
SpanGard self-supporting rooflights feature extruded cill, ridge & hip members to provide you with a complete kit pre-fabricated upto 6m wide by infinite length without the need for additional support, other than a load-bearing curb.

If using Polycarbonate
PlasGard offers a range of glazing bars & accessories for use with 'plastic' glazing materials for unheated spaces. If you require a thermally broken system, then please see our ThermGard ALM500 Series

Rafter Glazing
If fitting glazing bars on top of continuous timber rafters, then section reference ALM100/WF suitable for single or double glazing from our ThermGard range, provides neat, low-profile appearance combined with excellent weather tightness and low-maintenance.

Need ventilation?
GlazaTherm roof vents can be incorporated in sloped glazing and fitted with manual, electric or smoke actuators. Alternatively we can provide casement vents in the upstands of lantern lights when required.
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Quick Guide to Products
Which system to use?

Unheated Spaces, canopies, station and platform glazing SkyGard should be your first choice if using 6 to 7mm thick glass. If considering different glass thickness, then PlasGard would be your next choice

Heated Spaces
ThermGard is our thermally broken system providing excellent Uvalues and air-tightness when combined with insulating double glazed units for compliance with Building Regulations Part L.

Self-supporting Lanterns or SkyLights
SpanGard self-supporting rooflights feature extruded cill, ridge & hip members to provide you with a complete kit pre-fabricated upto 6m wide by infinite length without the need for additional support, other than a load-bearing curb.

If using Polycarbonate
PlasGard offers a range of glazing bars & accessories for use with 'plastic' glazing materials for unheated spaces. If you require a thermally broken system, then please see our ThermGard ALM500 Series

Rafter Glazing
If fitting glazing bars on top of continuous timber rafters, then section reference ALM100/WF suitable for single or double glazing from our ThermGard range, provides neat, low-profile appearance combined with excellent weather tightness and low-maintenance.

Need ventilation?
GlazaTherm roof vents can be incorporated in sloped glazing and fitted with manual, electric or smoke actuators. Alternatively we can provide casement vents in the upstands of lantern lights when required.


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Founded in 1946, Lonsdale is the UK's market leader for aluminium patent glazing and roof light systems. A range of roof glazing is available to suit all types of glass roof and roof lights for both commercial, domestic and conservatory roof projects. Whether you require a simple roof window, complex commercial roof lantern or replacement glazing bar for a refurbishment, we have products available to suit all glass roofs. Please select the coloured button above most relevant to you and discover why Lonsdale is the preferred choice of other professionals in your industry or, if you are not sure which glazing system to use, view the QuickGuide to products at the right hand corner of the screen.


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