Coxdome, formally known as JetCox, has enhanced its stock range of off-the-shelf rooflights in a bid to keep up with growing demand.
Rooflights are reported to be growing in popularity as they remain a consideration in building design and renovation to maximise the benefits of natural daylight.
Jim Lowther, Head of Sales at Coxdome, explained: “Coxdome has been a popular choice amongst architects, specifiers and builders for many years due to its reliability and availability. We felt that it was important to expand the choice to our existing and prospective customers via our reliable supplier network so that we could ensure the highest quality rooflights were easily available.”
Established in 1954, Coxdome rooflights are manufactured in PVCu and the company provides individual rooflight and roof glazing architectural designs in a variety of domestic and commercial settings.
Jim continued: “All our products are manufactured to the highest standards and support the principles of the National Association of Rooflight Manufacturers (NARM) and Government building regulations for rooflights, daylighting and ventilation. All products support traditional and the most cutting edge domestic and commercial architectural designs and we remain fully committed to driving forward innovation and working with all sectors of the building and glazing sectors.
“Our facilities in Wednesbury, allow for greater and more flexible supply of Coxdome rooflights ensuring a seamless service for both merchants and contractors. In addition, the manufacturing capabilities ensure innovation continues with new products being developed for a changing build environment.”