Velux Fixed Skylight - Pitched Roof FS

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Velux Fixed Skylight - FS

Our FS fixed skylight is the affordable choice for visually expanding interiors with daylight and sky views. Great for living rooms, dining rooms and any rooms needing a daylight transformation.

  • Toughened, argon fill, double glazing with Low-E3 coating.
  • Exterior of aluminium in "grey friars" colour.
  • R-value of 0.49** for complete unit.

R-value (m2 K/W) data based on NFRC simulations at 90° installation pitch (nominal skylight size 1200mm x 1200mm)

ALL VELUX Skylights supplied with high performance laminated double glazing as standard.

  • High Performance double glazing
  • Laminated inner panes for added safety
  • Outer pane of toughened safety glass
  • Low-E³ coating maximises Light Transmittance/reduces Solar Heat Gain
  • Argon filled cavity together with Low-E³ coating increases thermal performance by reducing heat flow through the pane
  • NEAT™ Coating on outer pane reduces cleaning frequency
  • Warm edge technology increases energy efficiency


About Velux

With a passion for daylight, fresh air and better living environments, Velux has been creating skylights for more than 75 years.

Velux offers a range of skylights, low-pitch skylights, roof windows and sun tunnels.

Their range of skylights are designed for installation in roofs with pitches from 15-90 degrees.

The sun tunnels are designed to bring natural light into dark interiors and spaces. The effect is brighter and more comfortable living areas.

Turfrey also supplies a small range of Velux loft ladders, for those hard-to-access spaces.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Cory Wiechern
Not as high quality as you would think

I purchased two of these fixed roof pitched skylights and was quite surprised when I opened them. They both had noticeable scratches on the window surround but one was a lot worse than the other. They had obviously seen them on the production line because they had a terrible attempt at trying to cover them with what looked like a paint pen. There was also black polyurethane oozing out in corners which had then been smeared across the joinery… however I still installed them because it’s become the quality I expect when I purchase items these days.