Looking for ways to differentiate yourself from your competitors?

In a recent market study in Belgium, 86% of potential customers preferred homes designed with better daylight conditions
*. 3 out of 4 potential customers in Germany indicated they would pay double the price of the roof window for the gain in daylight in their new bathroom, whilst in Denmark homes with roof windows are sold for €15,630 more than equivalent homes without roof windows*.

*Source: Listen (2019), Gelszus (2019), Boligsiden Study (2018) 

Do you have a home design in need of better daylight and ventilation? Our design guide is here to help - come on a journey to see how daylight can transform your designs and your business. 


You will find a variety of resources within the guide including, daylight solutions for specific space types,  case studies, virtual reality projects, research to assist in marketing the benefits of better daylight to your customers, as well as space design tips including recommended clearance dimensions. 

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Construction Industry Federation

VELUX is a member of the CIF - the Irish construction industry's representative body.

It provides a broad range of services that assist members in navigating the political, business, economic and regulatory environment.

Homes For Scotland

Since 2019, VELUX has been a member of Homes for Scotland.

The voice of the home building industry in Scotland, representing some 200 companies and organisations which together deliver 95% of new homes built for sale each year and a significant proportion of affordable housing. Committed to improving the quality of living in Scotland by providing this and future generations of Scots with warm, energy-efficient, sustainable homes in places people want to live.

Home Builders Federation

VELUX is a member of the home builders federation, the representative body of the home building industry in England and Wales.

The HBF’s member firms account for some 80% of all new homes built in England and Wales in any one year, and include companies of all sizes, ranging from multi-national, household names through regionally based businesses to small local companies.

Irish Green Building Council

 VELUX is delighted to be working with the IGBC to support common goals for healthier homes and to create better living environments for people around the worlds using daylight and fresh air.

The Irish Green Building Council – IGBC, a non-profit organisation was launched in 2011 with organisations and businesses from the entire value chain of the built environment. These include universities, professional institutes, NGOs local authorities, contractors, architects, engineers, energy companies, leading national and transnational companies. All are united in one common goal to accelerate the transformation of the built environment, related industry and supply chain to one that is sustainable through leadership, research, education, and providing policy input to national and local government.