Roof Access Ideas

Our Roof Hatches can be manufactured in various shapes and sizes to suit your specific needs. All Surespan Roof Access Hatches are engineered with the best available materials, primarily aluminium or stainless steel, to any grade to provide the ultimate in performance and also compliment the building. Get some Roof Access Ideas. Below are some of our biggest Roof Hatch projects.

Bespoke Boxed Glazed Sliding Rooflight

The boxed glazed sliding rooflights with a glazed vertical upstand were designed for a block of luxury offices and apartments in Putney Bridge Road, London. The sliding roof light provided a head room of nearly 2 metres allowing safe and easy access via the staircase for a unique and luxury roof terrace access solution. Double Leaf Roof Hatch.

This Roof Hatch was used to lift manifold units through the roof to allow the company to continue their work in their existing factory without having to hire temporary premises. It was specially designed to open and stay open utilising strut locking to withstand agreed wind conditions. Bespoke Glazed Roof Access.

Surespan was chosen to design and engineer the making of a 70m diameter glazed roof structure that would act as the roof for the visitors centre. The structure has two fire escape hatches which would be used in the case of an emergency. Access Hatch with handwheels.

Surespan supplied Burj Khalifa (The tallest building in the world) with a 600mm diameter, polished grade 316 stainless steel simulated submarine access hatch with handwheels, located two meters from the top at 816 meters and is used for maintenance access to the aircraft warning lights. If you are looking for a bespoke Roof Hatch for your building, get in touch, we’d love to be part of your project.

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