Welcome to VELUX Skylight Repairs Bishop Auckland
Skylight Repairs offers Velux window repairs Bishop Auckland and installation service for Velux windows and sky lights in the Bishop Auckland area. We offer a first class service for residential, commercial and industrial clients in the Bishop Auckland area. We are honest, reliable and highly skilled professionals which enables us to offer you a professional service.
- Velux Repairs Bishop Auckland
- Velux Glass Replacement Bishop Auckland
- Installing Velux Windows
- Servicing Velux Windows
- Velux Sun Tunnels Bishop Auckland
We take pride in all of our work
Skylight Repairs Bishop Auckland has specialised in Velux repairs and maintenance for a wide range of customers in the Bishop Auckland area. Our skilled craftsmen have the training and experience to ensure we complete all our repair work to the highest standards. All ranges of work are undertaken, from the smallest repairs and to large projects like industrial and factory roof lights.
Free quotes and estimates
Please feel free to contact us we are happy to call round to give you a free quote on any repair you may have for us in Bishop Auckland. We have many satisfied customers in the Bishop Auckland area and we regularly complete major contract's across the whole of Bishop Auckland.
Draughts Through The Velux Window
If you are experiencing draughts through your Velux window, this can be caused by a number of issues:
- needing a replacement glass unit
- faulty gaskets
- re-insulation of the lining
- Replacing the seals on the Velux Window
- The VELUX window not being installed incorrectly/out of square
Free Quotes And Estimates
Please feel free to contact us we are happy to call round to give you a free quote on any repair you may have for us in Bishop Auckland We have many satisfied customers in the UK and we regularly complete major contract's across the whole of the Bishop Auckland.
Velux Window Code
So that we can give you an accurate quotation, we need the code - this is located in the top right corner of the top sash behind the ventilation flap. It looks like this:
- Production code