Roof lanterns and roof lights have been popular with some designers for a number of years, however more and more architects are incorporating them in everyday house designs now, such is their popularity.
The demand for roof lights appears to stem from the public demand to have more natural light flooding into their homes and roof lights create this in abundance.
Modern day roof light are also a thing of beauty with manufactures making the profiles as thin as possible to ensure they look great within any building, and with aluminium frames they are also strong too.
Skylights add tremendous financial value to your home, both in terms of retail value but also in energy savings, as they can quickly help to heat up a room. Some can also include extra windows to allow for natural ventilation. Depending on the use of the room, you can also increase thermal and acoustic efficiency during the build phase.
As well as financial value, they can be hugely beneficial for the homeowner as well. They enhance the internal experience for occupants as well as helping to reduce tiredness, stress and illness. If they are used in a room where you work, like a home office, the increase of natural light helps to improve productivity and concentration.
If you are looking to add roof lights to your property, or work as an architect and want to know how you can incorporate our roof lights in your designs, please do not hesitate to contact one of our team at your earliest convenience.