The Benefits of Skylights For Your Roof

Skylights can be flat or domed, fixed or vented. Some vented skylights even operate by an electric motor, while others open and close manually. 

Skylights get much more sunlight than regular windows so they normally are more tinted and equipped with Low-E coating. Because roofs have things fall on them, skylights are made to withstand impact.

4 Types of Skylights

Skylight FAQs

Thinking about adding more natural light and elegance to your home? See how installing a skylight can brighten your living space, potentially lower your energy bills, and enhance your home’s overall comfort.

Overwhelmed by choices? Let’s simplify how to select the perfect skylight for your home, considering factors like your roof type, room location, and personal style preferences.

Concerned about energy costs and indoor comfort? Discover how the latest in skylight technology can provide insulation and ventilation to keep your home cozy and energy-efficient year-round.

Wondering if your roof is right for a skylight? Learn about the requirements and how different roof types and slopes can accommodate a skylight, ensuring a seamless fit for your home.

Worried about leaks and upkeep? Get tips on easy maintenance practices to keep your skylight in top condition and leak-free, ensuring lasting enjoyment and peace of mind.

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