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From the Rooftop Blog

Metropolitan Roof's From The Rooftop Blog keeps you up to speed on how to choose and maintain the best roof for your home or business.


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Sun Tunnels: Good For You!

Kathleen Finn

Sun tunnels and skylights do wonders for your home environment. That’s a given. Opening up dark nooks and exposing otherwise ignored spaces is good design. Yet, did you know that suntunnels and skylights are also good for your health? For us northern latitude dwellers, light is in short supply at this time of year and for the remainder of winter -- and that shortage of sunlight can wreak havoc with your brain chemistry. Too little light throws your biological clock out of order, which reduces levels of serotonin (a mood-regulating brain chemical) and melatonin (a sleep and mood-regulating hormone). This can lead to depression, fatigue and lethargy -- and too much time in front of Netflix.

So, give your brain a break and let in some light. It will do you good! You will reap benefits even on overcast days, since the brain responds to natural light, not just bright sunshine (although that’s a bonus!)

Call us for a consultation on how to best incorporate some ‘sky’ into your home.

Dress up your Skylights

Kathleen Finn

Once you've got your skylights in, you will want to dress them up with shades and/or blinds to control how much, and how frequently, you would like to be lit up.

Black out blinds: Keep out all the light and get heat protection with blinds that completely block out the light.

Sun-filtering blinds - Soft, diffused light with no glare. Choose from a variety of colors and styles, including a solar-cell powered blind that operates during non-daylight hours.

Venetian Blinds - Get varying light control and maintain your view of the outdoors with blinds that work just like your regular window coverings.

Remote Control - Adjust your blinds with the touch of a button.

Contact Seattle Skylights for a free consultation on skylights for your home and all the accessories that go with them.

What Is a Sun Tunnel?

Kathleen Finn

A sun tunnel is a member of the skylight family but is not quite a window. A tubular skylight, goes where skylights cannot - where the distance between the roof and ceiling is too small or too great for a rigid tunnel. This flexible tunnel can wend its way through oddly configured or awkward spaces to bring light into hallways, closets, laundry rooms and entryways. Affix a light fixture to the bottom of the sun tunnel and you have a free source of lighting.

Contact us at Seattle Skylights for a free consultation.