Even Smarter

Whilst it’s easy to get blindsided by smart tech’s ability to connect our homes and bring about security and comfort, it’s important to remember the health and cost saving benefits that a smart home can offer.

Keylite Roof Windows (Keylite) suggests that fresh air ventilation, natural daylight and thermal protection are amongst the top factors in making your house a healthy and comfortable home. With that in mind, Keylite has designed a brand new smart home technology product range called keyliteConnect®, which includes app-enabled Keylite roof windows and blinds.

Using the keyliteConnect® app and hub, homeowners are able to monitor and operate their smart app-enabled electric and solar powered roof windows and blinds from anywhere in the world. Wireless technology includes a rain sensor that automatically closes windows, and a trickle ventilation position you can activate from your app so that fresh air enters but windows remain in the fully locked position.

For more information on Keylite roof windows and its keyliteConnect® range, visit keyliteroofwindows.com/connect, call +44 1283 200 158 or email
info@keyliteuk.com

About Keylite:

Keylite Roof Windows Ltd is the only manufacturer of Roof Windows from the UK & Ireland

The company offers a full range of roof windows, blinds, timber loft ladders, flashings, electric operation kits and accessories and is Europe’s fastest growing roof window manufacturer.

At Keylite, we believe that every product produced should provide the very best in innovation, quality and value for money. We recognise the value of maintaining a proactive approach to research and development and have successfully introduced many new and innovative product enhancements.

With a focus on design technology, unrivalled service and renowned product support as standard, we provide not only the practical choice for construction professionals, but the reliable one for home owners alike. Roof windows you love from a team you can trust.

This post is sponsored content and first appeared in the Autumn 2021 edition of Selfbuild magazine.

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Written by Astrid Madsen

Astrid Madsen is the editor of SelfBuild & Improve Your Home magazine. She previously held the same role in an Irish trade publication, before that she worked at the National Standards Authority of Ireland. She graduated with a BA in Urban Studies from Columbia University in New York and holds an MBA from the Instituto de Estudios Bursatiles in Madrid. France of origin, she now lives in Portarlington, County Laois, where she's taken on the task of renovating a listed building! Email astrid.madsen@selfbuild.ie

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