Natural light makes a room to look spacious and motivating to work. It will also enhance the productivity of a team in a commercial setting and makes residential areas more relaxing. There are different ways of achieving natural lighting for homes including the use of windows. The latest innovating option is the use of Aluminium Flat Rooflights. It presents excellent benefits wherever it is installed. Here are some of these benefits.
There is nothing as off-putting as a dark and dingy interior space; it is not only unappealing but also boring. PVC roof lanterns were designed to alleviate this design problem by letting in natural light that transforms any property into an appealing, bright and warm space. Choosing the right PVC roof lantern fittings, shape and location ensures that you get an architectural centrepiece and a feature to be proud of because it raises your home’s value. That said, here is a guide on how to determine the right roof lantern positioning, dimensions and materials in a bid to ensure that you achieve perfect results.
Natural light is nature’s way of boosting your spirit and leaving people in the house relaxed. Aluminium Roof Lanterns allow you to add a flood of natural light where it was originally covered in an iron sheet. Technology has allowed these lanterns to offer more benefits than the natural light. Here are some of the benefits to consider for installing lanterns made of aluminum.
There is beauty in the skies and health in natural lighting. This is magic that most people fail to enjoy because of enclosed roofing. Aluminium Roof Lanterns give you a flood of natural light during the day and a beautiful view of the stars by night. They are installed on commercial as well as residential spaces. The roof lanterns allow you to enjoy the relaxing feel of natural lighting. You can sunbathe while inside the house or enjoy the relaxing view of the sky by night without the danger of rain or direct UV sun rays.
Premier Roof Systems is responding to growing demand for aluminium roof lanterns and recently started supplying the Korniche – the ‘next generation’ of thermally broken roof lanterns from Made for Trade.
Premier Roof Systems co-founder and director Jamie Blackwood said: “We have increasingly been approached about full aluminium systems and were looking at what system to take on board. We already had a good relationship with Made for Trade and knew that the Korniche was one of the newest lanterns so we went up for a demo. It definitely ticks all the boxes – we have sold 20 of them in about a month.”
The brief: To design a new roof system that is…