Loch Lomond – Self Build
A range of Keylite roof windows integrate seamlessly into this beautiful Guest House project on the banks of Loch Lomond, both externally and internally. A variety of single and combination windows was used, with the internal Pine finish blending beautifully with wooden beams and the external frames and flashings integrated into the slate roof.
Speaking of his self build Loch Lomond Guest House project, Jimmy Carr commented, ‘every element of this build has been centred around striking a delicate balanced between a traditional and contemporary feel. The inclusion of Keylite roof windows in the project has been an integral part of this, and I love the effect they have had both inside and out. The views they have given us and our guests of the surroundings have been stunning and they have had a very positive impact on our lives with the amount of natural light and fresh air they have given us.’
A combination of top hung and centre pivot windows in a variety of sizes has enhanced the aesthetic of the build, with three combination systems totalling nine windows providing a dramatic effect on the slate roof and flooding the upstairs bedroom area with daylight.
6no 780×1600 Pine Top Hung Thermal
2no 940×1400 Pine Top Hung Thermal
9no 660×1600 Pine Centre Pivot Thermal
17no corresponding Slate Flashing
Self Builder – Jimmy Carr
Merchant – Cowal Building & Plumbing Supplies, Balloch