IRM Roofing was contracted to replace GRP roof lights in Telford, at an industrial warehouse. The original single skin roof lights (36 in number across four slopes) were 30 years old, leaking and in very poor condition emitting low levels of light into the unit below.
We dispatched a team of our GRP roof light specialists to Telford to remove the old roof lights and replace them with a new FILON triple skin site assembly. The objective was for the new roof lights to return the natural sunlight into the unit, whilst also adding extra insulation (u-value).
On this job, we were unable to erect safety netting below the roof space, so we set-up our own torque tensioned safety line system for our team to clip onto with body harnesses, which worked very well.
Below are photos from the Telford GRP roof lights installation which took three weeks to complete. If you require industrial roof light works then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at IRM Roofing. We serve commercial customers across the West Midlands.Click Here To Enquire And Contact IRM Roofing
Internal view looking up at the original roof lights before works began. They were 30 years old and leaking.
External view of the original single skin roof lights, which stretched 15 metres from the ridge down to the eaves.
Inner double skin FILON box (filite) being fitted.
Our GRP roof light specialists in Telford installing the Class 3 GRP outer skin to the built-up triple skin site assembly.
One of our GRP roof light installers fixing down the GRP outer skin.
One of our IRM GRP specialists fixing down the roof lights using poppy red fixings, whilst harnessed and attached to a torque tensioned safety line.
Another view showing one of our GRP roof light specialists working whilst attached to the torque tensioned safety line.
One of the GRP roof lights installed and fixed down with poppy red fixings. The red signifies possible danger between the metal roof and the GRP roof light.
In total our IRM Roofing team installed 36 new GRP roof lights across four industrial roof slopes, spanning 2,500 square metres (two of the slopes pictured here). Each roof light was 15 metres long, stretching from the ridge all the way down to the eaves.
Internal view of the completed GRP roof lights installation in Telford, with increased natural sunlight penetrating through into the warehouse.