Yes, you can. Depending where the cathedral roof sunrooms long island ny installation has taken place, there should be no reason why you should not be able to let a little air in. After all, fresh air has always been good for the lungs. It has always been good for the human body and mind’s complete health and wellness. Of course, where and when you let the air in could also depend on other factors. Like the weather, for instance.
It goes without saying that a roof sunroom’s sliding glass window cannot be opened when the rain is pelting down. But when the sun is out and it is dry out there then, let’s just say that the sky is the limit for you. Of course, you do need to make quite certain that there is no stiff breeze out there because it can be a real killer cleaning up all the dust and debris that is likely to filter in. And just think of all the damage it could do to your furniture.
It is probably going to be a lot easier for you if there is no skylight and your sunroom is right bottom at ground level. Here is where you can have a glass patio door attached that opens directly onto your patio space and looks over your developing garden. Just wonder what it will look like when it is completed. You can station a couple of deck chairs just outside of this door and rest easy. You need not leave the patio door completely ajar.
That way, at least, you get to keep most of the likely dust and debris from filtering in. Of course, in the most challenging of climates, air-conditioning or HVAC solutions might need to be considered.