We’re open.. Here at Sunsquare HQ, we will be operating as usual during this lockdown period. We are a British manufacturer and have been able to maintain COVID-19 safe site teams by taking extra precautions, including PPE, temperature checks and fogging vehicles. Lead times will not be affected as our factories are currently in full swing. The safety of our staff and customers is our top priority so we will continue to adhere to all government guidelines.
Skylight Installation in Schools: Two Case Studies
Natural light has improved mental well-being and increased motivation. Skylights are a great way to bring natural light into schools, reducing the cost of heating and lighting and enhancing student well-being.
This round-up of case studies shows how Sunsquare skylights have solved problems facing schools and colleges across the country.
10 Ways A Sunsquare Skylight Can Improve Your Home In 2023
The start of a new year gives us a chance to reflect on the things we accomplished in the past months and what changes we’d like to make in the ones to come. And what better way to upgrade your home than the addition of a Sunsquare?
Fire-rated skylights contain glass that has been proven to provide a period of protection against fire during a Fire Resistance Test. The glass must contain a fire within a given period to pass this test. At Sunsquare, we currently offer either 30 or 60-minute ratings.
Skylights can improve the home’s overall feeling with brighter rooms and increased ventilation. Roof windows and skylights have also been shown to reduce the need for heating, and lighting and can be more energy efficient in doing so. This Blog will outline some of the benefits associated with installing skylights in your home or business.
Changes To Regulations Surrounding Skylights and Roof Windows: 2022 Update
From the 15th of June 2022, changes in building regulations have come into effect in
alignment with Government plans to deliver Net Zero. These regulations include guidance on
cutting carbon emissions in homes by 30% and other buildings by 27%.