Rooms That Can Benefit From A Flat Roof Skylight
How you make use of roof lights depends greatly on the design and structure of your home. If you have an apartment in the middle floor of a block, then you may need to think of other creative ways to add natural light using glass on your balcony or increasing the size of existing windows. The primary requirement for adding a roof light to a room is that the room must have direct access to the roof. If you are in a traditional two-storey house with a loft, then this can be tricky, but not impossible.
Extensions, even small ones, can have glass roof lights added to them to increase the light entering the room. Once you have increased the amount of natural light in this small space, you can use mirrors and colour to spread the light throughout the whole room. If you can add larger extensions, then adding rooflights in these spaces can help spread natural light through the whole floor of a home. This is especially true if you have open plan living where it is easy to get the light to travel from one space to another. If you have a flat roof on your home, then light can easily be added to the top storey of your home.
You can add bespoke rooflights to a bathroom to give it a completely new lease of life. You could ask an experienced rooflight company to design rooflights that sit over your hallway and stairs to spread the light to both levels of the home. With the right support and a little imagination, the possibilities for your home are endless.