Rooflights are increasing in popularity in the residential market due to the many benefits they deliver and this trend shows no signs of this slowing down. They can transform your home by creating a luxurious, aesthetically pleasing architectural feature and make space look bigger by illuminating dark areas.
Study after study has demonstrated the positive effects of natural light on human bodies and minds. Within hospitality, making the best use of natural lighting can greatly enhance guest experience. Benefits include visual and thermal comfort, occupant satisfaction and a connection to the outdoor environment, not to mention the fact that it can lower energy use and costs.
It is well documented that providing natural light into the workplace is fundamentally important to the well-being, efficiency and safety of the people in that environment and has been linked with reduced absenteeism. In addition, increased daylighting improves concentration so that working environments, whether they be large factories or offices, tend to achieve increased productivity.
Quality natural light in agricultural buildings encourages healthier, more disease resistant livestock and provides a better environment for farm workers, resulting in improved productivity all round.
Modern stadia form iconic landmarks in many cities throughout the world. As more stadia feature architecturally complex and challenging rooflight applications, designers need to source solutions and expertise that will enable them to create aesthetically pleasing structures which also provide the optimum in comfort, safety, durability and design freedom.
In the competitive world of industrial property development, creating versatile, energy-efficient buildings is of paramount importance. A major factor for industrial buildings is the incorporation of natural daylight. Rooflights are an important part of this as they reduce the need for artificial lighting and thus running costs as well as contributing to higher standards of health, wellbeing and safety.