FAKRO Balcony Windows
Fakro balcony windows are an innovative, stylish alternative to a full balcony. While closed, they offer all the benefits of a gorgeous Fakro pitched roof window. When opened up, they reveal a standin...
Fakro balcony windows are an innovative, stylish alternative to a full balcony. While closed, they offer all the benefits of a gorgeous Fakro pitched roof window. When opened up, they reveal a standing space for you to take in some fresh air and unmatched views of your property’s surroundings. There’s no better option than a Fakro balcony window when you want to let the most natural light into your property.
What’s more, these balcony windows come with many of the ingenious features Fakro windows are known for. This includes their topSafe security system, sound-proof double or triple glazing and a fully rotating window sash that can be locked in place for easy cleaning. As well as these, Fakro balcony windows feature built-in safety rails that neatly fold away under the window flashing when closed. This means your balcony window won’t accumulate dirt or spoil the clean aesthetic of your roof.
Benefits of Fakro Balcony Windows
- Pitched roof window that doubles as a balcony
- Unmatched field-of-view
- Maximum intake of daylight and fresh air
- Double and triple glazing available
- Four stylish coatings to choose from
- Easy to clean glazing and balcony areas
- Highly durable premium timber frame
- 10-year window and 20-year glazing guarantee
- Designed for roofs with pitches between 35° and 55°
Have Any More Questions?
If you’ve got any more questions about Fakro’s gorgeous balcony windows, please get in touch with our customer service team. With over 40 years’ experience in all things DIY and roofing, they’re sure to help you get your project started right away. Call them on 01295 565 565, email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the handy live chat on our website.
Will I Need Planning Permission for a Balcony Window?
A balcony window shouldn’t require planning permission and would normally fall under permitted development. While balconies or verandas have required planning permission since 2015, a balcony window should not as it would not extend past your front or rear roof slope, nor would it require the construction of a raised platform. This does depend however, as if you’re undertaking larger work such as a loft conversion, the planning officer would need to review all windows involved. When in doubt, you should contact your local authority for confirmation.