Daylight is associated with a positive attitude, decreased fatigue and reduced eyestrain. Below are some health benefits roof windows can offer.
Roof windows provide good ventilation
Most people spend 90% of their time indoors, so it’s important to optimize the amount of fresh, healthy air inside the home. Indoor air has a considerable impact on health. Roof windows’ large ventilation areas contribute to ventilation and are beneficial for well-being.
Roof windows contribute to thermal comfort
What is thermal comfort? Thermal comfort is the temperature people can control using the roof window. Thermal comfort impacts health as it influences sleep quality, productivity and learning. Most people find being in a room of optimal thermal conditions more enjoyable.
Roof windows protect the indoor from unwanted noise
Noise affects well-being, as it can lower productivity, cause fatigue or trigger stress. Glazing type greatly impacts the roof window’s ability to block noise from the outside and should be considered carefully for the room and need. For a room requiring silence, sound reduction or triple glazing is recommended.