Good quality daylight is a readily available and sustainable natural energy resource and one which is widely recognised as one of the best ways to improve the happiness and wellbeing of building occupants.
Within education, natural daylighting helps maximise student performance and productivity. By introducing rooflights it is possible to deliver educational spaces that encourage learning, concentration and positive student behaviour.
In healthcare, compelling, independent research has shown that natural daylight can cut down the average length of hospital stay, facilitate a quicker post-operative recovery, reduce requirements for pain relief medication and aid a quicker recovery from depressive illness.
Brett Martin have a keen understanding of the specific requirements of the education and healthcare sectors. We are experts in the provision of quality rooflight products as an integral design feature enabling the incorporation of daylight - a natural remedy for learning and well-being.
We have more than 50 years’ experience of providing daylight solutions for nursery, primary, secondary and tertiary education establishments.
Daylight is scientifically proven to improve academic performance of children in school and mental well-being and recovery of patients in healthcare facilities. A completely sustainable resource, natural daylight also reduces the carbon footprint of a building by reducing the need for artificial lighting - 𝗧𝗼𝗺 𝗢𝗴𝗶𝗹𝘃𝗶𝗲, 𝗠𝗗
We are an industry leading manufacturer supplying solutions for the rooflights and panel glazing markets to enhance the working or living environment.
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