There are tonnes of fantastic extension ideas that you can use for your property’s extension. Having an extension completed on your home can add significant value. Not only will it improve your property’s saleability, but it will improve the aesthetic value which you can very much enjoy. Today we are going to offer 5 extension ideas that can add significant value to your property.
You may have heard of them, but perhaps you are still wondering what contemporary roof lanterns are exactly. Similarly, you may question how they can benefit you as a homeowner. Today we are delving into the world of roof lantern design. We hope to provide an insight and outline why they are a great investment for your home. Continue reading “The Benefits of Contemporary Roof Lanterns”
Homeowners often struggle to differentiate between the terms rooflight and skylight and can be unsure on the technical definition of each. This can make the process of choosing which one to install difficult because it is unclear which type is the best and the most suitable for their home. While there are variations of both rooflights and skylights, the purpose of each is the same; to allow more natural light into a specific room in the house. Continue reading “The Difference Between Rooflights and Skylights”
If you’re at a premium for space, building a kitchen extension could well be the answer to your problems.
One of the most popular building activities for homeowners in the UK is the kitchen extension, and this is because the kitchen really is the heart of the home and the potential for creating a wonderfully inviting and warm space is limited only by your imagination and budgets.
With so many options on the market these days, it can be quite a puzzle to select the right kinds of glass for your project, especially for your rooflight. You should consider safety, solar and thermal efficiency, and balancing the initial costs with the potential advantages. In this blog, we will profile a few different kinds of glass to help you choose the right option for you.
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Making an accurate measurement of a skylight curb can be quite confusing for an installation engineer. Furthermore, it can be hard to understand the difference between the phrases ‘structural opening’ and ‘overall finished curb’. Both actions are key to fitting a skylight curb, but confusing the two could result in a mismatched fit.
Here at The Rooflight Centre, we are often asked about our range of walk-on rooflights for their businesses. But it is often the case that our customers don’t require a walk-on at all, but instead need non-fragile rooflights made of toughened glass.Continue reading “Non-Fragile & Walk-On Rooflights: What You Need to Know”