roof light

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In a roof, an opening which is glazed with a transparent or translucent material; used to admit diffused light to the space below. Compare with dome light. Also see hip skylight, lantern skylight, monitor skylight, pitched skylight, sawtooth skylight.
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A door leads into a recently installed shower room with a Velux roof light, shower cubicle with electric shower, wc, ceramic tile splash backs and ceramic tile floor.
It is alleged he failed to take reasonable care for the safety of Mr Murray and other students "by allowing them access on to the roof and a fragile roof light.
This most social of spaces seamlessly combines kitchen, dining and living areas and is flooded with light from the four Velux double glazed roof lights together with refurbished windows with deep sills to both front and rear gables which match the original windows and a splendid oak panelled floor throughout.
The landing has a roof light set into a half-vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and built-in storage cupboard.
They had been carrying a 25-foot steel beam when he suddenly fell through a roof light at Meadowbank Retail Park, Edinburgh.
The borough council of wellingborough require the supply and installation of a glazed, light-well roof - an atrium-style roof light - to the nene valley crematorium, wellingborough.
A CONSTRUCTION company was ned after a worker suered serious injuries when he fell through a roof light.
It meant that when a contractor moved one of around six rolls of roof felt that were stood up on the roof, another one toppled over and fell through an unguarded roof light.
You'll still need a builder to help with the more technical jobs such as installing the staircase, floor and roof light.
In big old houses there is often an access hatch or roof light to allow you to get out and clean them but too often we find modern extensions fail to give this access.
Lucasz Czuba was helping put metal sheets over plastic skylights on a building in Gateshead when he plunged 20ft through a roof light.
In addition, the roof light system has been constructed to incorporate facets and triangular-shaped, noise insulating glass modules.