Easy installation Flushglaze Rooflight Step by step Back to all blogs | Glazing Vision Europe | Tutorials Install a flat dome light yourself, is that a complicated task? It is not as hard as it may seem. Please find below a step-by-step description of how a (walkon) rooflight can be placed in the roof. Step 1: Unboxing – What is in the installation kit? The rooflight is delivered well-packed, with an installation kit. What is in it? Printed installation manual 12 screws Plastic spacers in different thicknesses Rolls of Butyl tape Step 2: Check the raised edges (kerbs) The installation manual describes how the raised edges should be structured. Before the installation you check: Is the inclination angle correct? Are the measurements correct? Is the raised edge perpendicular? Is the raised edge processed with roof covering up to the top side? Step 3: Fitting of the rooflight Before applying the tape, you first try to fit the rooflight to see if everything connects properly. Step 4: Apply the tape Apply two strips of butyl tape to the frame of the rooflight. The tape will fit exactly between the edges in the frame and ensures a watertight sealing. Step 5: Position the rooflight Now carefully drop the rooflight across the frame, like a lid. The weight of the rooflight ensures that the butyl tape is pressed, creating a watertight sealing. Remove the cover profile around the frame. Step 6: Screws and spacers Now that the cover profile has been removed, the screws can be placed into the available screw holes. The spacers can be used to fill the space between the raised edge and the frame. Step 7: Placing aluminium strip back When the screws are tightened, the aluminium strip can be clicked in place again. Now the rooflight is installed. Now the interior finishing can be done and then you can enjoy the Sky Only View! Step 8: Enjoying the Sky Only View You can enjoy the Sky Only View from indoors. No ugly frames in sight. Want to see everything again in a video? See below: Do you prefer installation by the certified installers team? Read more.