Country Homes & Interiors

All you need to know ROOF WINDOWS

With their small windows and low ceilings, traditional country properties can be cosy – and dark. Which is why bringing in natural light and ventilation is often a priority when adding a new extension, carrying out a loft conversion, or simply renovating the existing space. Skylights, roof windows and lanterns are all popular solutions as they can be installed into both flat and pitched roofs, transforming the room more than a typical standard window would. They do, however, require specialist installation to ensure they are fitted safely and are watertight. Today, a wide

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