The Sky’s The Limit with Stratus

The Sky’s The Limit with Stratus
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The Synseal Group is hitting the market with yet another hotly anticipated product, the Stratus Thermal Lantern Roof.

The Synseal Group, a name now synonymous with product development and innovation, is hitting the market with yet another hotly anticipated product, the Stratus Thermal Lantern Roof - a highly desirable and aspirational home improvement solution.

Andy Jones, Sales and Marketing Director at the Synseal Group explains: ”Visitors to the FIT Show earlier this year were invited for a pre-launch preview of Stratus and the market response was extremely positive.

Just as with WarmCore, we went back to the drawing board to purpose design what we believe to be the most thermally efficient, stylish and contemporary aluminium lantern roof system currently available and a totally new concept in conservatory roof solutions.

“Aesthetically the Stratus is truly cutting edge. It has been designed for an incredibly clean, modern look that’s totally on trend and is complemented by the full aluminium exterior for a premium, hard wearing, architectural look.

Available in 2 way, 3 way and contemporary style – whereby the ridge is supported by the hip rafters and negates the requirement for rafters either side – the lantern roof can span up to 3 x 6 metres.

The fact that the pitch is fixed at 20˚ allows the system to use incredibly discreet purpose-designed top caps and internal covers, without any unsightly gaps to the rafter ends.

The minimal ridge and aluminium cappings completes the look, resulting in a sleek, low-line installation. Designed with an obsessive attention to detail with elements like the thermally broken eaves beam produced in a black finish meaning that when viewed from above, the perimeter appears as a discreet shadow line.

“The Stratus’ fully thermally-broken ridge, rafters and eaves beam, offer unbeatable thermal product performance in this sector.

The use of polyamide nylon and glass composite thermal breaks (a material that is 533 times less conductive than aluminium) means Stratus is up to 65% more thermally efficient than traditional aluminium systems.

Features like these are gold dust for customers selling to homeowners as they can promote the host of benefits including a room that is warmer in winter and cooler in summer with the resulting reduction in heating bills.

“There is huge market demand for high-end, high-performance lanterns roofs to ‘open’ up homes and customers are seeing particular demand for application in modern kitchen diner extensions for example.

The Stratus Thermal Lantern Roof will provide our customers with a point of differentiation in a competitive market, without the need to erode the margin potential.”

Visit our launch site : http://stratus.synseal.com/

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