Do Skylights Add Value to Your Home?

Upgrade old skylights for a fresh look. New ones boost home value and energy savings. Enhance appeal for potential buyers. Elevate your space with Solatube products. Find out how an update to your old skylights using Solatube products can increase the wow factor of your entire space!

Giving Your Home an Environmentally Friendly Edge

Investing in green technologies minimizes carbon footprints and enhances home appeal for potential buyers. In today’s market, where environmental awareness is prevalent, even those not actively seeking sustainable features are impressed by them. For buyers aged 25-40, a sustainable lifestyle is a priority, making energy-saving features crucial. Neglecting eco-upgrades limits your potential buyer pool when selling.

Our energy-efficient dual-paned glass skylights offer a solution. The technology reduces heat entering your home, easing the load on your A/C. This not only aligns with sustainability goals but also adds a practical advantage, making your property more attractive to eco-conscious buyers in the competitive real estate market.

Retrofitting your home with Energy Star equipment and technologies can save homeowners up to 30% on utility bills. Cutting back on electrically powered light usage in favor of solar daylighting is another great step in the right direction. All Solatube products are Energy Star certified and guaranteed to cause zero energy drain on your home.

Resale Value

The resale value of a home that features green technologies can be as much as 10% higher than that of a traditional home of comparable size. Homeowners and potential buyers are becoming increasingly aware of the financial and environmental benefits of investing in the latest green upgrades, and anything that harnesses solar power seems to be a particularly popular choice.

A recent study published by a sustainable trends journal showed a steady increase in homeowners taking out “green loans” to add energy-saving touches to their property, with 4 out of 10 of these borrowers indicating they would make further eco-upgrades to their homes within the next year. This is a trend that will no doubt gain momentum in years to come as the public becomes increasingly environmentally aware.