Why skylight blinds?
Skylight blinds are a great way to keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. In the summer, they reduce the amount of heat that comes into your home, and in the colder months, they can help to keep heat from escaping. They are also a great way to block out light if you need to sleep during the day or if you want to make your home more energy-efficient.
They are a great solution for covering Velux windows and can be installed in almost any ceiling and window arrangement. They can be installed with manual closure or motorised to reduce climbing and stretching. They can even be integrated with your home automation system for the ultimate in luxury.
Skylight blinds can add a touch of style to your home. At blindsfitted4u, we have a wide range of different colours and styles to choose from, so you can find the perfect look for your home. Whether you’re looking for a way to save a little money on your energy bill or you just want to add a bit of style to your home, skylight blinds are a great option.
Skylight blackout blinds
Blackout blinds are becoming increasingly popular, as we have to deal with shifting working patterns and often more light pollution. At blindsfitted4u our range of blinds includes blackout or room-darkening blinds, meaning we’re easily able to install blackout blinds across your skylights or rooflights.
What’s the difference between skylights and rooflights?
A skylight is a window installed in a roof that brings natural light into the home. A rooflight, on the other hand, is a window installed in the ceiling of a room that also allows natural light to enter. The main difference between skylights and rooflights is their placement. Skylights are installed in the roof, while rooflights are placed in the ceiling. Another key distinction is that skylights can be opened to allow ventilation, while rooflights are typically fixed in place and cannot be opened. Additionally, skylights often come with built-in blinds to control the amount of light entering the home, while rooflights typically do not. Ultimately, whether you choose a skylight or a rooflight will depend on your specific needs and preferences.