Sika-Trocal has added a range of high-quality rooflights to its direct ordering service by partnering with Brett Martin Daylight Systems.
The agreement will enable licensed Sika-Trocal contractors to procure high-quality Sika branded rooflight domes and bespoke roof glazing, with all purchases covered by the Sika-Trocal Guarantee.
The partnership comes a year after Sika-Trocal partnered with Building Innovation to add foil-faced Sika-Trocal INNOfix and tissue-faced Sika-Trocal INNObond insulation, as well as membrane and accessories, to its product range.
Dean Grady, Sika-Trocal Product Manager, said: “Through our latest partnership with Brett Martin Daylight Systems we are bringing more complementary roofing products together under the Sika-Trocal brand, making it quicker and easier for our licensed contractors to order the products they need.
“This insulation offering provided in partnership with Building Innovation has proved incredibly popular, with contractors recognising the benefits of our streamlined ‘one stop shop’ direct ordering service, which significantly reduces the number of purchases and deliveries to site they need to get their projects completed.
“Sika-Trocal is a brand that people trust to deliver high quality results and make life easy. Through the partnerships with Building Innovation and now Brett Martin Daylight Systems we’re continuing this legacy.”
The Sika Rooflite range includes Sika RoofLite Trade, providing stylish, contemporary looks as standard and excellent insulation, Sika RoofLite Ultra, which has a sleek silver aluminium security frame that can be powder coated to any standard RAL colour, Sika RoofLite Glass, which features an ultra-modern flat glass design, and Sika RoofLite Reflex, a glazing only unit intended for refurbishment projects where the glazing only needs to be replaced. Also available is a range of bespoke roof glazing solutions, for when the job is a little less ordinary.
All Sika Rooflites are manufactured to all required industry standards and have a thermal performance well in excess of the requirements of Part L of the Building Regulations for a more thermally efficient building.