Illuminate your basement with our range of high-performance basement skylights. We know that basements, along with garages aren’t places which house much natural sunlight, which is why it’s especially important if you’re using this particular room in the house, for it to feature elements that make it a much more enjoyable space to perform activities in. Basement skylights can make any space, no matter how small, feel light, airy and spacious.
At the Rooflight Centre, we offer various skylights and rooflights to meet your room’s specifications, whether it be a fixed rooflight, an opening rooflight, or even walk on rooflights and plenty more.
Our cellar skylights are extremely popular with basement and cellar conversions. Walk on skylights especially, are a great feature for cellars. They can create a dramatic, visual effect that allows for natural sunlight to enter through the glass.
If you’re looking to start a new renovation project in your basement or cellar and would like to know which type of skylight is best for you and your needs, please get in touch with us and our rooflight experts will be more than happy to advise on the best solution possible for you.
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What Type Of Rooflight Would Be Best For A Basement Or Cellar?Basements and cellars are naturally dark spaces that rely on high-quality ventilation for heat circulation and air quality. This is why the best type of basement rooflight is an opening rooflight. Not only do they introduce more light to the space, but they also increase the ventilation and create a more open and airy room.
Will Installing A Rooflight Raise The Value Of My Basement/ Cellar?A basement rooflight will add value to your cellar due to the number of benefits they provide. But it can be hard to determine how much they will raise the value of your home. The final value of your rooflight will entirely depend on the current market and the target buyer, so it is vital to consider this when selling your property.
How Much Does It Cost To Install A Rooflight In The Basement/ Cellar?This will depend on the size of your rooflights, the difficulty of installation, the amount of time it will take to install the rooflight, and the rates of your installation technician. We recommend shopping around for installation technicians before choosing who you hire to do the job!
Will A Rooflight Insulate My Basement/ Cellar?Yes! Basement rooflights are incredibly efficient insulators and can do wonders for the heat retention of your cellar. Double glazing is a great option, but if you’re hoping to achieve even better results, you should consider triple glazing! Triple glazing is thicker than double glazing and thus makes it even more difficult for heat to escape your home.