Different styles of roof windows & skylights

Nowadays, windows can come in a variety of shapes and size. Not only can we choose the way our window looks, but with the number of sliding and opening variations, we can make windows conform to any vision we come up with, even if we don’t have enough room on our walls to outfit them with enough windows. For that we have roof windows and skylights.

Skylights and roof windows can help bring in more light into a room, each in their own distinct way. Roof windows are usually mounted on a slanted roof. They can be very large, which means implementing one of these will bring in a substantial amount of light into your home, not to mention the scenic view you can add to your room. Most importantly, they are easy to implement and can be opened and closed, allowing for additional ventilation.

Skylights, on the other hand, are smaller and stationary, but that doesn’t mean they don’t come with benefits of their own. Their decreased size means they can be mounted in more places, including flat roofs, so they can supply you with more direct sunlight from overhead. In fact, letting in sunlight is their primary focus, and through various ornamentations, they can add to that another aesthetic touch.

Ultimately, the choice boils down to what works best for your living space and what you’re trying to achieve in your home.

Fakro DXG 60x60 Fixed Flat Roof Window Double Glazed
Fakro DXG 60x60 Fixed Flat Roof Window Double Glazed

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