Roof hatch with glass
A roof terrace is the finishing touch to your enjoyment of your home. Outdoor space is a valuable commodity: it's where you can enjoy the sunshine and really relax. The great feeling starts when you open the hatch to your terrace. That is the starting point behind the design of the TopLight roof access hatch.
This roof access hatch was designed for luxurious roof terraces. This objective determined every step of the design and development process. The result is spacious, inviting, durable, and stylish.
Optimum living comfort
A roof access hatch with glass offers a number of advantages. The most self-evident and most important is the incidence of sunlight. The natural light makes the room below an even more pleasant space, and makes the access to the roof terrace extra inviting.
You open your TopLight roof access hatch with just a touch of a button: either with a switch at the bottom of the stairs or with a remote control unit. The electrically-operated TopLight roof access hatch can be opened fully or partially. This provides ventilation on a warm day.
Made from premium materials, this roof access hatch contributes to an optimum climate in your home. Staka TopLight offers the best possible performance in terms of thermal insulation (U = 0.6 W/m²K), sound insulation (43 dBA noise reduction), solar shielding (T-value = 45%) and incidence of daylight.
Access to the roof terrace
The roof access hatch with glass offers a generous opening (3000x1000 or 2000x1000 mm) and is generally installed above a fixed staircase.
Installation of roof access hatch with glass
A roof access hatch comprises two large parts: the upstand and the cover. The upstand is the part that you install on the roof. The cover is the part that closes off the upstand. When used as a point of access for the roof terrace, the covers are fitted with glass. Your Staka roof access hatch with glass will be delivered as a complete package, along with clear installation instructions and all the necessary parts.
"It is such an elegantly designed product for something rather utilitarian"