Rooflights Through The Roof - Infinity Sales Are Out Of Sight

All Glass rooflight

TuffX’s All Glass Infinity rooflight's week-on-week sales are booming and the firm has also seen a rise in the amount of enquiries about this ‘frameless’ product from both new and existing customers.

TuffX’s Managing Director Graham Price believes the strong demand is in part due to the product’s competitive pricing, along with the company’s pandemic-proof in-house manufacturing process.


 “It's lightweight, slim-line design constructed completely from glass and without any aluminium frame, makes our All Glass rooflight more cost-effective than comparable products,”

– Graham Price 

Managing director TuffX


Minimalist look

“So it gives builders and installers an inexpensive alternative to offer to homeowners who want to achieve that popular sleek, minimalist look, without compromising on safety or performance,” adds TuffX' Price. "As with all TuffX products, the components for the All Glass rooflights are made in-house, which has paid dividends across the business this year.

“Having full control over our manufacturing chain in this way means our customers’ orders are not affected by the supply issues that the construction industry as a whole has experienced throughout this pandemic. It’s meant we’ve been able to continue to grow and gain more additional repeat business from customers right across our Infinity range and all our processed glass products, as our customers have seen for themselves that we have been able to continue to deliver through some tricky times for the industry.”


No additional assembly

TuffX’s frameless-look All Glass rooflights have a distinctive ‘floating’ glass appearance that sit lower against the exterior roofline. As with the whole Infinity rooflight range, they are extremely quick and easy for builders and installers to fit because of their hassle-free design that needs no additional assembly on site.

 Picture: The All Glass rooflight conforms to industry standard EN1279.



Article written by Cathryn Ellis
16th May 2021


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