Roof Lanterns for Essex Homes

Roof Lanterns for Essex Homes
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Date: 27 August 2019

The best way to attract more sunlight into your home is by incorporating more glass areas into the exterior of your property. If the glazed areas are part of the roof, then even better.

When it comes to home improvements, we all want a bigger, brighter living space. Finding ways to bring more natural light into their home is one of the most common requests from customers wanting to brighten up their living area. The best way to attract more sunlight into your home is by incorporating more glass areas into the exterior of your property. If the glazed areas are part of the roof, then even better.

 

Versatile roof lanterns across Essex

At Double Glazing Essex, we install Atlas roof lanterns throughout Essex. Atlas are one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of roof lanterns, conservatories and verandas. Their lantern roof systems are recognised throughout the glazing industry for their superior quality and outstanding levels of performance. By choosing Atlas roof lanterns as our preferred skylight solution, we are giving Essex homeowners access to the best glazed roof systems on the market.

Roof Lanterns for Essex Homes

Whether you want to improve your existing conservatory, extend your home with a light and airy extension or bring more natural light into a dark room of your house, an Atlas roof lantern is an excellent choice. Available in both contemporary and traditional styles, an Atlas lantern roof is perfectly suited to any type of property.

 

Benefits of a roof lantern

When you choose a roof lantern from Double Glazing Essex, you unlock a wealth of benefits for your home. These include:

  • Maximised natural light admittance
  • Sleek aluminium appearance
  • Outstanding thermal efficiency capacity
  • Available in any RAL colour
  • Compatible with new build extensions, replacement conservatory roofs and incorporating into existing flat roofs

Roof lanterns are an increasingly popular choice with homeowners across the UK. When it comes to boosting natural light inside your home, a roof lantern won’t be beaten.

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