There’s no denying the fact that you feel better after your daily dose of Vitamin D. Whether it’s a jog in the park or a walk to work, sun exposure has tremendous health benefits, both physical and emotional. Luckily with custom windows, you can have access to natural light at all times of the day.
Improves Your Sleep Schedule
Studies by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) have recently shown that sleep disorders have reached epidemic proportions. One of the most common disorders is insomnia, which renders people unable to sleep. According to a recent study completed at Harvard University, an estimated 50-70 million people are reporting nighttime sleep loss associated with daytime impairment.
Natural light provided by an abundance of large windows puts your circadian rhythm back on track, giving you a better chance at a full night’s rest.
Cut Your Energy Bill in Half
When windows provide an ample amount of natural light into your home, you can cut your energy bill in half. You won’t have to use as much lighting during the day which means you can conserve energy and decrease your environmental impact.
Whether you work from home or you’ve planned your spring cleaning process, you’re going to need to be as productive as you can be. Natural sunlights lessens eye strain, improves your mood, and minimizes mistakes.
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Architectural Window Supply knows that windows and doors say a great deal about the people living behind them. That’s why, for the past 20 years, Architectural Window Supply has been the go-to choice for homeowners, builders, and architects who need personalized, knowledgeable service. Architectural Window Supply works is an authorized dealer for leading brand names of upscale doors, such as Tradewood and JELD_WEN. For more information, or to schedule an appointment to visit the showroom, please call us at 410-266-5254, or visit our website for more information. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Houzz, and Google+!