Central brings light into living with new Flat Rooflight System

Central ASL, a leading manufacturer of aluminium products, has launched their new Flat Rooflight System, created to bring light and space into every corner of a home using an elegant, aesthetically pleasing design.

Contemporary but practical, this new system is designed to meet the needs of the modern building using environmentally friendly materials.

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Central ASL Director Paul Woods says: “There’s now huge demand for stylish, functional and competitively-priced products that can help homeowners improve ventilation and let in more natural light.

“With our new Flat Rooflight System, our customers can tap into that increasingly lucrative market, and appeal to new customers. Stylish and incredibly versatile, they can be tailored to the needs of virtually any project or property – and provide excellent opportunities for upselling, too.”

Once installed, the secure rooflight maximises natural light, adding elegant appeal to any home, office, school or hotel, whilst offering additional natural ventilation.

This innovative and practical made to measure rooflight comes in a wide range of sizes, is quick to assemble onsite, is easily transportable, and is available in three different designs – Fixed, Ventilation, and Egress.

The Fixed design is fully secure and thermally efficient, and is perfect for any home or office, allowing natural light to flow freely throughout the building through the roof.

The Ventilation design opens up to 360mm to enable air to filter into any room, using fully concealed chain drive actuators to create a light and airy living space.

Lastly, the Egress design comes with built-in gas springs and espagnolet locking, designed to open up to a 70 degree angle, allowing access to the rooftop if required.

In addition, the Flat Rooflight System has been designed to allow glass to be removed in the event of a double glazed unit failure. Using a removable PVC cassette to which the glass is bonded, it’s mechanically fixed to the frame, meaning only the cassette will need replacing in the event of a glass replacement.

Central ASL is a ‘one-stop’ supplier to the retail and commercial installer, helping with larger aluminium projects by supporting them through the whole installation process, from the brief, through to the design, survey, and installation.

Founded in 2017, Central ASL was formed as a result of customer demand for high quality aluminium products. Based in West Bromwich, and with a nationwide customer base, they work in partnership with AluK, Seniors, and Reynaers to fabricate products to suit all installers, whether that be in the commercial or domestic markets.

In 1995, Central ASL CEO Gary Morton founded GM Fundraising, a charity that raises funds for Hope House Children’s Hospices, which provide palliative care for children with terminal conditions and support for their families. Over 95% of Hope House’s £5 million annual operating costs are met through charitable donations, with GM Fundraising being their largest single annual donor.

For more information, visit www.centralasl.co.uk, call 0121 740 0101, or email Paul Woods on paul.woods@centralasl.co.uk.