How Can You Get More Natural Light In Your Home?
Benefits of Natural Light
When people mention the benefits of letting a little light into your home or business, they’re not just being esoteric. In fact, natural light has a variety of useful health benefits that a lot of people forget about. For starters, whenever you’re exposed to natural sunlight, your body takes in Vitamin D. This essential nutrient plays a variety of different roles within the body, from helping provide bone support to reducing risk of common health issues like weight gain and heart problems. Not bad for just a little bit of additional light.
Science is beginning to explore some other potential benefits of natural light as well. For example, seasonal affective disorder is a condition that leaves around 6% of the population dealing with depression-like symptoms when the seasons change. One of the best ways to treat this condition is through more natural light exposure.
Ways To Implement Natural Light
With this said, what can you do to get more natural light in your home? There are a few options on the table, some which don’t cost much. In some cases, you can actually get addition by subtraction by removing heavy curtains. A lot of people forget to pull these back when the sun is out, missing out on potential sunlight as a result. However, if you’re concerned about overexposure, you can always use blinds and raise them during the day. Reflective colors in your rooms and home are a similar low-impact option.
However, the quickest way to get natural light into your room of choice is through window installation in Kentucky. If you want to have even more lighting to use, consider adding a skylight to get further natural light through your roof. In addition, by installing items like low-e windows, you can save money on your energy bill while bringing more natural light in.
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People interested in a new window or skylight for their home can contact At the Top Restoration today.
We’re happy to answer any questions you might have about ideal placement, materials, and ways to potentially lower your energy footprint in your home.