From time to time you’ll have a dark spot in your home without the space to have normal windows fitted to allow light inside.
This is where Velux designed windows come in handy and this range of window is installed into roofs. Velux windows brighten up rooms and can be fitted into sloping and flat roof designs, making them perfect for lofts.
Velux window designs
There are a number of designs and styles you can incorporate into your home, including:
Centre pivot roof windows
These add plenty of natural light whilst also doing no harm to your home’s value. With the centre pivot window you can create a dramatic effect, which is not only easy to open but can be rotated 180º to allow ease of cleaning.
Top hung roof windows
When fully open this design gives a great view, creating extra headroom and allowing plenty of light into your home. These windows are very easy to operate and will even swivel in the frames, allowing ease of cleaning.
Electric and solar powered roof windows
For tall rooms where the windows will be out of reach, electric windows are ideal. They can be controlled from anywhere in the property and you can operate one or all of the windows at the same time. An added bonus is that a sensor will automatically close the windows if it rains.
Flat roof windows
Flat roof windows offer the most for dark rooms and are popularly fitted into living rooms, kitchens and hallways. They offer practicality and bring aesthetic appeal with superb designs. You’ll be able to keep out the elements and control the windows electronically. They’ve become popular in new builds because of their attractive nature.
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Velux windows Projects in the UK in December 2013
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Energy Performance of Houses
The below information indicates the energy performance of houses in Uk. Energy ratings range from A to G, with A being the most energy-efficient and G being the very least efficient. The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating comes into play heavily if you want to sell your house, as potential buyers will see just how much they're probably going to be spending on their heating expenses. Property upgrades including insulation assist to considerably improve a home's EPC rating.