As we had explained on the previous post, polycarbonate is widely used in construction as it is a hard, durable and versatile form of plastic making it ideal for use in roof lights.
What exactly is skylight? Think of a skylight as just another glazed window, like your entire home’s other vertically-positioned windows. It’s a window, but a window for your roof.
Skylights are a popular option for bringing natural light into a home. Even a single skylight can transform a room, adding more light than a window with balanced, energy-saving light and can be open for ventilation. When properly selected and installed, a skylight can help minimize your heating, cooling, and lighting costs.
- A free source of light
Consider a skylight when you are looking to save money and cut down bills on electricity also to lessen the negative impact on the environment. It’s a economical way to naturally light up your home for free. Saving upon hours of electricity will save you some money.
- Natural is more beneficial
There have been a lot of studies pointing towards how natural light can benefit you both in the home and in a working environment. There’s less eye strain, it improves mood and combats depression, which in turn will boost productivity. It can also help settle your internal clock for those who suffer from problematic sleeping patterns.
- Adding value to your property
Because it offers eco-efficiency, can save you money and bring a wide a ray of health benefits, people are willing to pay more. And they look great. So people actively seek homes with skylights preinstalled.
So improve your mood, save money and give your house the loko it deserves with a skylight. Here at Xtreme Arrow we can install a range of skylights suitable for a variety of properties. To find out more, get in touch today.