Roof Windows / July 10, 2018 / Faye Savoie
Roof skylights bring in natural sunlight into your house and add to the style of your house. But those who install it are always worried about one problem and that is a leaking roof skylight. It cant be denied that there is increased risk of a leak but if you install and seal your skylight properly you can make your skylight absolutely leak proof and secure. Skylights have a reputation that they always leak. But it is not so. You must not let this rumor stop you from installing a roof skylight that you have always wanted. There has been great progress in technology and techniques used in installing a roof skylight and if the skylight is installed properly there is hardly any chance of it developing a leak.
The air near the ceiling is automatically cooled when fresh air flows in from outside. These roof skylights are so designed that they open and close a little to let in the fresh air. The glass tilts at about 45 degrees. There is a small handle to manually open the venting roof skylight. You crank the handle slightly to open or close or adjust the angle and position of the glass. The venting roof skylights are located in the ceiling of the house and are hard to reach so there is an extension to the handle. Otherwise every time you want to open or shut the venting roof skylight you will need a ladder or a high stool. Nowadays electronically operated venting skylights are also becoming very popular.
Roof skylights are generally rectangular or square in shape. If you install these skylights as a fixed form of a part which is called the curb then these skylights dont move. It is generally said that these skylights cause leak but it is not true. Venting Roof Skylights Nowadays there are new types of roof skylight that have a wide range of features. These features make the skylights very useful and also enhance the décor of your house. There are venting roof skylights which are excellent for fresh air circulation in your home. They have the added benefit of reducing costs of cooling the ceiling of the house by reducing the need for some extra cooling or using the ceiling fan to some extent.