If you want to make your home more “green,” then consider having skylights installed by an experienced roofing contractor. Not only do skylights make your home feel more inviting by filling it with natural light; they can also help reduce your carbon footprint.
In today’s article, Universal Roofing and Exteriors explains how skylights can increase the eco-efficiency of your home.
Reduced Dependence on Artificial Light
Skylights can help you reduce your reliance on artificial lighting. If properly installed, then skylights can be your main source of light during the day, saving you money on energy bills. It also means you won’t run through as many lightbulbs, which means you won’t be contributing as much to the vast amounts of light bulbs clogging up landfills.
Adds Warmth to Any Room
Skylights can also be an effective way to add some extra warmth to a room during colder seasons. Skylights allow sunlight and heat to enter your home, which can help keep your living space comfortable and warm, reducing the workload on your HVAC system. As a roof repair and skylight installation expert, we can pinpoint the perfect spots to install your skylights to maximize their benefits.
Reduced Environmental Impact
Homeowners who are committed to reducing their carbon footprint can utilize skylights to the fullest. With skylights, you can greatly reduce the burden on your HVAC system and artificial light. Skylights come in a variety of styles and designs, making it easy to control the amount of sunlight and heat that enter your living space.
At Universal Roofing and Exteriors, our skylights make wonderful additions to any home. We’re proud of the fact that we use only the best products and the latest technology. For example, our drone roof inspections allow for quick and accurate damage detection after a storm. We serve many areas in IN including Indianapolis, Fishers and Zionsville. Call us at (317) 257-0779 to learn more about our services and products or to request a quote. You can also contact us here.