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Skylights are located on the roof of a building or house. They are a great element to add to your house to improve natural lighting and have better ventilation. But sometimes, they can result in unwanted summertime solar heat gain and wintertime heat loss. Manufacturers use various glazing technologies to reduce these impacts, including heat-absorbing tints, insulated glazing, and low-emissivity (low-e) coatings. Some manufacturers even install a translucent insulation material, such as aerogel, between several glazing layers to create a more thermally efficient assembly.
When it comes to installing skylights, even the most energy-efficient skylight must be properly installed to ensure that it achieve its energy performance, so it’s best to have a professional install your skylight. In addition to following the manufacturer’s guidelines, it’s also important to consider slope and moisture control during installation. The skylight shaft also must be insulated and air sealed in the attic.
Before selecting a skylight for your home, you need to determine what type of skylight will work best and where to place it to optimize its contribution to your home’s day-lighting and ventilation.
If you are considering to install skylights for your home, contact your Lord Roofing & Aluminum team and request a free consultation. We will come to you and provide you with all the options available to your home that will fit the shape, size, and the material of your roof.
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