Daylight has real value
In France 1 out of 2 home buyers see little to no difference between the proposals of professional home builders.* To stand out from your competitors, daylight from above is a serious proposal to consider enhancing your offer. A recent market study conducted in Belgium shows that 86% of buyers preferred the home designed with better daylight conditions.
It can often be difficult to bring light into the mid-levels of a multi-story home whilst maximizing functional space within the layout. Light shafts utilising unused roof space above are a great way to add value to these ordinarily, dark spaces.
*source: BVA (Sep. 2018) – 544 online interviews of second time home buyers.
The most important spaces for the future
Study spaces and kids’ bedrooms are often in the darkest, least ventilated area of a house - the mid-level. Several studies found that daylight can improve how quickly children learn and retain information by up to 18% and productivity has been shown to improve by up to 15%*.
Daylight is one of the greatest tools when it comes to helping improve the lives of your customers, their families, their health and the future of their children. Improving the quality and amount of daylight exposure throughout the day can make a significant difference to people’s lives.
*Source: Barrett, Zhang, Davies, and Barrett (2015) - Clever classrooms: Summary report of the HEAD project.