7 Reasons to Add a Skylight to Your Home
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7 Reasons to Add a Skylight to Your Home

We all know how cool it is to ride around in a car with a sunroof. The extra light shines in on the vehicle's interior and adds a sufficient cool breeze.

This can be installed on houses too! Skylight windows have been around for quite some time, and while they fluctuated in popularity, there are a plethora of benefits skylights will bring to your home.

  1. Natural Light

This may be the most apparent benefit of skylights. These windows are installed on the roof top, giving them an optimal chance of shining as much natural night into your home as possible. You may even walk around your house trying to switch off lights that aren’t even on!

  1. Save on Energy Bills

As natural light envelopes your home during the day, this will require your lighting fixtures to not be on as much. Giving your lights a break during the day will save you money on your energy bills.

In addition to the passive lighting skylight windows provide, they also provide passive ventilation as well! An ideal and temperate day calls for open windows for fresh air. Skylight windows add an extra ventilation angle, giving your HVAC system a much-needed break when it counts.

Of course, you must keep in mind installation costs, but skylight windows significantly improve energy efficiency once installed!

  1. Great Heat Source

With skylight windows shining as much of the sun in as it can, this shows the opportunity to accumulate heat when it counts! Sunny days in the winter can be the most bitterly cold. Skylights can combat this by absorbing as much of the heat from the sun as possible, allowing more natural heating to take place.

  1. Venting out Warm Air

We all know that heat rises. On a hot day, heat can rise to the top of your home and stay there, bringing up the overall temperature in your home. Having a skylight installed allows heat to ventilate through the roof to keep the temperature in your home the way it is. So, skylights improve ventilation for the sake of energy efficiency and indoor air quality as well!

  1. Flexible Designs

Whether it’s a sloped or flat roof, designs can be set to fit the architecture of your home or business. If you prefer a skylight that doesn’t absorb a lot of heat, then a specific shape and installation location will fit your needs. Skylights have flexible designs to match your particular needs.

  1. Improved Resale Value

Practical and aesthetic improvements each play a pivotal part in the overall resale value of your home. Skylight has its ebbs and flows in terms of popularity, but once installed in a house; they promote a unique and eye-catching feature that’s sure to catch the eye of a potential seller while promoting a higher value for your home.

  1. Natural Light With Privacy

A significant aspect of skylight windows compared to regular windows is the privacy it provides without sacrificing natural sunlight. Since skylight windows point towards the, no one can be peeping in your window at all hours of the day.


In short, skylight windows let you keep your peace of mind while allowing that glorious sunlight to shine through!

Contact Apple Exteriors for Skylights in the Twin Cities

If you’re interested in installing skylights in your home, contact Apple Exteriors!

We also offer financing, so you can get all the natural light right away and pay for it when you’re ready!

Schedule a free inspection online or give a call at 651-36-APPLE (651-362-7753) today!

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