Skylights | San Diego roofing
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Skylights amp up the look of your roof while simultaneously letting in much-needed light. The most common place to put a skylight is in an attic that doesn’t have finished space above it (such as the top floor of an unfinished basement). But the skylights aren’t free.
The initial cost of a skylight can be anywhere from $300 to $3,000, depending on the size and complexity of your installation. Skylights also require maintenance every two or three years for around $50-$100 per visit.
Therefore, you need to get them installed by a roofing contractor San Diego CA that has competitive pricing and top-notch service. At San Diego Roofing Co, we aim to provide the best pricing for our clients while offering them remarkable roofing services, such as skylight installation.
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Benefits of Skylights
Skylights have a lot of benefits for your home, such as those discussed below:
Should You Get a Skylight?
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Skylights can be a great aesthetic feature for your home.
However, there can be several disadvantages: some people complain about glare and receive unpleasant sunburns on hot days. In places where there is heavy snowfall, large amounts of water may accumulate on windowsills leading to surfaces becoming slippery during snowy weather.
Some home designs also limit the size of windows, restricting the use of this architectural design element due to concerns about heat loss.
One solution is double-glazed skylights – one glazing panel inside the roof covering [or wall covering] and one glazing panel outside – which are very efficient: they trap solar energy in summer but allow its escape in winter when artificial lighting is needed.
So, you should weigh the pros and cons of getting a skylight before deciding if you want to incorporate this architectural feature into your home.
Keep in mind that you should choose only the best San Diego Roofing Company to install a skylight in your home.
If a skylight is not installed properly, it could bring in too much light, which is a nuisance. Plus, it could make the room too hot in the summer. Furthermore, the moisture seeping into your house from inadequate skylight installation can lead to mold growth or even structural damage.
Since we’ve installed countless skylights till now, we’re familiar with the right methodology of skylight installation. Call us to get a quote for skylight installation.