Those who prefer to welcome the sunshine into their homes can install windows on their rooftops. These skylights not only brighten up any room but also add some aesthetic to the entire home. Often referred to as the ceiling, roof windows allows natural light into the home. This is a great way to save on utility bills.
Skylights aren't really a new addition to the home. They have a long history not only in the United States but also in Europe and other parts of the world. In the early 17th century, the French architect François Mansart introduced the skylight to Europe. This roof is named after him. It is a kind of ceiling-mounted window with four sides. This window follows the shape of the roof and is tilted so that water can flow over the roof when it rains.
People love these skylights because they can enhance the atmosphere in the home. You can make the room bright and lively during the day, gorgeous and romantic at night. They have more advantages over artificial lighting if installed correctly. Often such windows are used even to illuminate a small attic, making the room seem larger.
Glazed windows can also increase ventilation because they can open at a 45-degree angle to let in more air. If installed with care, these windows can be easily opened and closed, and cleaned.