Maximise the potential - choose the right size and combination for the space
One small roof window in your attic level may meet your minimum requirements for daylight, but it misses the opportunity to transform the space into high value real estate. This can be a differentiating factor in who your potential customer decides to build their home and also in how much they are willing to pay for the space.
To increase the size of the window specified, it is usually a simple matter of cutting a rafter and installing a trimmer. Alternatively, you can choose a smaller width and install 2 or 3 side by side, fitting between rafters.
Attics are very particular spaces, unconventional by the nature of their sloping walls. It requires good planning skills, but when mastered, the resulting spaces are appealing, with unique charm.
Most often, here are placed kids’ rooms and bedrooms, where we spend a lot of our time.
We need sunlight in order to feel energetic, healthy and sleep well. The indoor climate is extremely important for the occupants, and is directly linked to their health. Respiratory problems or allergies can be caused or aggravated by poor indoor air quality.