Centre-pivot burglary-resistant roof window

GGL/GGU 70Q
From €462.00 excl. VAT

A strengthened roof window design keeps your home extra secure.

Breaking and entering through a roof window is extremely rare, and shouldn’t keep you awake at night. Only if the roof slope and location of your roof window allows easy access for persons to work safely and unseen, it could be deemed wise to consider a security upgrade.

The centre-pivot GGL/GGU 70Q VELUX roof window offers the highest burglary resistance class on the roof window market (class 2 acc. to burglar resistance requirements and classification standard EN 1627), hosting an array of security features that will help dissuade anyone from trying to break or dismantle the roof window. The GGL/GGU 70Q is the ultimate choice in terms of burglary resistant roof windows. 

Product details

White painted
Pine
White polyurethane 
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    Discreet locks

    Discreet locks

    An extremely sturdy design with strong, discreet locks in the frame and sash makes the GGL/GGU 70Q exceptionally resilient as well as aesthetically pleasing.
     
    The key is designed to be placed on the handle bar for your convenience
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    Thermo-modified wood

    Thermo-modified wood

    Compared to standard GGU windows, the GGU 70Q has an extra strong core of thermo-modified wood under the seamless PU coating
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    Extra-long anti-theft screws

    Extra-long anti-theft screws

    The wooden variant GGL 70Q, available in white-paint or clear lacquer, is strengthened with reinforcement screws in the frame and sash. (Same strength obtain maintenance free variant GGU without reinforcement screws)
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    Preventing the removal of window pane

    Preventing the removal of window pane

    The pane is glued to the sash and thus disallows anyone from forcing an entry by dismantling the window-pane assembly.
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    Reinforcement of the hinges

    Reinforcement of the hinges

    The construction is further strengthened with screw bolts and nuts of the hinges
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    How to clean your window

    How to clean your window

    To clean the outer pane, rotate the sash 180 degrees. The sash must be secured in position by sliding the barrel bolt into the bushing at the bottom of the side frame. The air filter can be removed and washed with ordinary household cleaners. Fully rotate and secure the window in cleaning position, then remove the filter from the filter rail.
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    Maintenance

    Maintenance

    If you want to prolong the longevity of your VELUX roof window or simply give it a touch up, this is the place to look. 

    VELUX offers a range of products that will come in handy if you want to replace an air filter, repair a scratch, lubricate hinges, paint your window and give it a new and shiny look.

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    Blinds and Shutters

    Blinds and Shutters

    Complete your VELUX roof window with a VELUX blind. VELUX blinds offer effective sun screening and heat protection to suit every need. Choose among exterior awning blinds or a range of interior blinds - with manual or electrically/solar powered operation.

Highest burglar resistance classification

EN 1627 class 2 is the highest burglar resistance classification obtained on the roof window market.

The use of laminated security glazing, complies with security standard EN 356, class P4A, is tested and classified standard for resistance against manual attack. 

Class P4A means that the glazing can endure the effect of a 4.1 kg steel ball being dropped three times directly onto the surface from nine meters. 


Materials

VELUX roof windows are available in various finishes, glazing and operation options. Click on the relevant section opposite for further information
  • Internal  finish
    VELUX roof windows are delivered in three  internal finish options - white painted finish, pine finish and white polyurethane  finish.
  • Exterior finish
    All VELUX roof windows come with grey aluminium exterior covers as standard. You may also select copper, titanium zinc or coloured aluminium.
  • Glazing performance

For professionals

Are you an installer, architect or a dealer – follow the below links to find more information about installation, drawings and technical details. If you are looking more tools and information - go to the professional section to find even more such as installation videos, architect cases, CE marking, how to become a VELUX certified installer



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