Published: 12th January 2023
When brightening up your living space and adding a touch of elegance to your home, roof lights are an excellent choice. They not only flood your interior with natural light and add ventilation but also create a unique and stylish ambience.
However, choosing the right size roof light for your home can be a bit tricky. That’s where Ofset comes in. We specialise in selling and installing the Blade and Blade Lite roof lights, offering a wide range of roof light sizes to suit your needs.
In this blog, we will explore the various roof light sizes available from Ofset, including the Blade and Blade Lite, and provide some guidance on determining the ideal size for your home.
If you’re looking for roof windows that are perfect for top-end projects and loft conversions and can be customised to almost any size imaginable, the Blade roof light from Ofset is your answer. These roof windows are designed to impress, both in terms of their aesthetics and functionality.
One remarkable feature of the Blade roof light is its ability to be manufactured in one single piece, allowing for expansive sizes of up to 6000 x 3200 mm. This means enjoying unobstructed views and maximising natural light in larger living spaces or commercial projects. The seamless design of these roof lights ensures that they perform exceptionally and look stunning on your roof.
For projects that require even larger roof lights, the Blade roof light can be constructed in a multi-section design. This versatility means you can have roof lights of virtually any size, up to a maximum width of 6000 mm. Whether it’s a grand living area, a spacious atrium, or a commercial building, Blade roof lights can be tailored to your specific requirements.
If you’re looking for exceptional value for money without compromising on quality or aesthetics, the Blade Lite roof light from Ofset is a perfect choice. These roof-lights offer incredible affordability without sacrificing style and performance.
The Blade Lite roof light may come at an unbeatable price, but it certainly doesn’t look cheap. With sizes available up to 3000 x 1500 mm for the external kerb size, these roof lights make a stunning addition to any home.
They are designed to blend seamlessly with your roof while making a statement with their sleek and modern appearance.
Ofset understands the importance of offering a high-quality product at a competitive price. Blade Lite roof lights are visually appealing and incredibly cost-effective, making them a popular choice for homeowners and builders alike.
Now that you’re familiar with the sizes available for Blade and Blade Lite roof lights let’s delve into how you can determine the size of the right skylights for your home.
The first factor to consider is the size of the room where the roof window will be installed and its intended purpose. For larger living areas or commercial spaces, the Blade roof light’s one-piece design might be the perfect choice, offering a grand and unobstructed view of the sky.
The Blade Lite roof light’s 3000 x 1500 mm size might be ideal for smaller rooms or more budget-conscious projects.
Rooflights are a fantastic way to maximise the amount of natural light in your home. When selecting the size, think about how much light you want to bring into the space. Larger roof lights, like the Blade, will flood the room with light, while small roof lights, such as the Blade Lite, can provide a more subtle glow.
The structural integrity of your flat roof is crucial when selecting the size of your roof window. The larger the roof light, the more significant the impact on the roof’s structural support may be.
It’s essential to consult with a professional installer, like Ofset, to ensure that the chosen roof light size is compatible with your house and existing roof plane.
Rooflights aren’t just functional; they also contribute to your home’s aesthetics. Consider how the size and design of the roof light will complement your home’s architectural style. A well-chosen roof light can enhance your living space’s overall look and feel.
Another aspect to keep in mind is energy efficiency. Larger roof lights may have a more significant impact on your home’s heating and cooling, as they can affect the insulation properties of your roof.
Ensure that your chosen roof light is designed to be energy-efficient to help maintain a comfortable indoor climate.
The need for planning permission for large roof lights can vary based on factors such as property size, location, if it’s a listed building, in a conservation area and local regulations. In many cases, planning permission may be unnecessary if the roof lights adhere to size limits and do not significantly alter the property’s external appearance. However, it’s crucial to consult with your local planning authority or a professional architect to determine the specific requirements for your situation.
Choosing the right size roof light for your home is a decision that should be based on several factors, including the room size, purpose, aesthetics, budget and, of course, personal preference. Ofset’s range of Blade and Blade Lite roof lights provides options for every need, from expansive, one-piece designs to affordable and stylish solutions.
Whether you’re embarking on a top-end project that requires the grandeur of the Blade or seeking unbeatable value with the Blade Lite, Ofset has the perfect roof light to transform your living space. With our guidance and expertise, you can confidently select and install the ideal size of roof lanterns to enhance your home’s beauty and functionality while enjoying the benefits of abundant natural light.
Make the right choice for your home and elevate your living space with Ofset’s exceptional Blade and Blade Lite roof lights, available in sizes that cater to your unique requirements.
Contact us today to explore our range and take the first step toward brighter, more inviting living spaces. Whether you have south-facing rooms or north-facing rooms, Ofset has the perfect solution for you.
Get ready to create a brighter, more inviting space that maximises natural light and transforms your home by choosing the right roof light for you.