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The Lean-to Roof

As an alternative solution to a roof lantern a mono pitch roof has become increasingly popular over recent years. The lean-to roof is perfect for tricky side returns where there’s a narrow corridor and where maximum light is required to fill the space below. Versatile in its glass widths and rafter detailing, the lean-to roof is perfect for both contemporary and traditional interiors.

In its most common use, at the highest point of the roof, the ridge is fixed directly to a house wall and the roof slopes down achieving uninterrupted glass. The roof plate, the lowest part of the roof, is generally fixed on top of a wall. Rainwater is then collected via a gutter assembly.

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Bespoke rectangular roof lantern sits above a dining area.

In its most common use - A lean-to roof sits over a pretty kitchen side return extension.

Bespoke rectangular roof lanterns add light to create an exciting space below.

This mono pitched roof sits above a set of bi-fold doors giving addtional light to a new extension.

Bespoke rectangular roof lantern sits centerally in this orangery extension

This lean-to roof fitted to a narrow side return floods much needed light into the space below.