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Family expansion

A growing family is exciting, but to act responsibly you have to take action when necessary – and we are not talking about dieting!

As their family expands, many people start to think about moving house. It’s an enormous upheaval which might not always be necessary, but to make space for more little people takes a lot of serious thought. Can you add on to your existing house – up, down, or sideways?

Many families would prefer to stay in the same house when faced withe the prospect of settling down in a new environment, making new friends, and going to new schools. When ways to extend the present home are found, it often is thought to be a better option.

However, building on to an existing structure sometimes can mean depriving some part of the house of natural light. It may be that the proposed extension would be in the shadow of trees which you can’t or don’t want to cut down, another building will deprive it of light at certain times of the day, or you might have to build onto a room which then becomes windowless. It seems difficult to work around the issues of lighting without having to compromise somewhere along the line. You really don’t want to be living and working in dark rooms which are gloomy and miserable.

Solarspot tubular daylighting systems have some very good news for you, because by installing one of our systems you can provide any room, whatever its position, with quality natural lighting. Our advanced technology and patented design can light up the darkest part of the house, whether it is a windowless bathroom, an attic bedroom or an interior hallway. We have systems to suit any size room and whatever amount of light you want to create.

In the process of building, installation of the system can be combined with providing integral electric lighting and ventilation, thereby cutting down on the ceiling clutter with a more pleasing aesthetic appearance.

Solarspot tubular daylighting systems are the intelligent answer to providing natural daylight for the growing family.

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