Control Your Energy
SKYLIGHT SPECIAL BENEFITS
Skylights cut down on the earth’s emissions and the need for electric lighting naturally. Using daylight not only reduces energy costs and consumption, but also reduces the demand for unsustainable
Artificial lighting accounts for 40% to 50% of the electricity consumed in many commercial and institutional buildings, and 10% to 20% of that consumed by industry.
- Use natural resources and clean energy
- Long-term economic benefits
- Installation and maintenance simple, stable system
- Reasonable cost, suitable for a variety of objects, organized
Most of us are looking for homes with a lot of light, because we require two-to-three times more light to see by age 60 as we did in our twenties. Skylights help balance the light in the room, reducing glare and transforming living areas in more open, safer spaces.
Properly designed and introduced, day lighting can significantly reduce a building’s artificial lighting requirements and its costs. Sunlight can also reduce a building’s artificial cooling and healing requirements. Daylight produces less heat per unit of illumination than many artificial lights potentially reducing cooling requirements and can cut heating requirement as part of a passive solar heating system
CONTROL YOUR ENERGY
Skylights cut down on the earth’s emissions and the need for electric lighting naturally. Using daylight not only reduces energy costs and consumption, but also reduces the demand for unsustainable power that is currently challenging the health of the world’s environment.