The Best Skylight Installation Near You

Modern kitchen with velux skylights, pendant lights, white cabinetry, and an island countertop. There are plants on the island and a stone accent wall in the background.

Looking for a skylight installation near you? Whether you’re looking to add natural light to a dark room or want to improve the look of your home, skylights can be a great option. But with so many different types and brands available, it can be tough to know which one is right for you. That’s where we come in! In this blog post, we’ll discuss the different types of skylights available, as well as the pros of each one. We’ll also provide tips on how to choose the best skylight for your home. So whether you’re ready to install a skylight or just want to learn more about them, read on!

Solatube Skylights

The Solatube skylight is the only Australian solution that protects against UV radiation, which causes fading. It also allows for plant growth by emitting light that promotes plant development. Not only that, Solatube has a light tracking reflector which means it can provide double the light output at low angle sunlight which is especially great for winter!

Velux Skylights & Roof Windows

Velux skylights are known for their durability in any climate and amazing quality. These skylights not only illuminate your home but can also be personalised to suit your needs. Whether you want an electronically operated, manually operated, fixed, centre-pivot, dual-action or flat roof, Velux has it all and the best part is the ability to control the levels of daylight and fresh air yourself. Not only that, if you want peace of mind you will be sure to get it with Velux’s 10-year warranty on all their skylight roof window products!

Roof Ventilation

If you were wanting a skylight purely for the roof ventilation then this might be the option for you. Roof ventilation is an important element of the overall energy efficiency of your home. Not only is roof ventilation good for reducing heat overload and limiting the number of times you would need to put the air-conditioner on but it is also good for reducing the amount of moisture in your roof which would eliminate mould and mildew issues and can also protect your roof structure against damage to materials.

There are a number of different choices when it comes to roof ventilation which have a few different features from one another.

The Solar star roof ventilator is an amazing choice when looking at electricity costs as it is 100% solar powered which means it is free to operate. Another great thing about this roof ventilator is that it never needs to be cleaned and it is leaking and rustproof!

The Statvent roof ventilator is an upgrade to the old traditional wind vent. The best part about the starvent is that there is no maintenance needed, they make no noise and they are a low profile design which means they aren’t too noticeable on your roof.

The Enviromax – Thermostat motor roof ventilator is known for reducing your roof temperature as desired and having minimal heat loss during winter. This system turns on and off when needed on its own and has a sleek, slimline design with a whisper-quiet operation!

Now that you have read about your options you may be thinking about which skylight you may be wanting for your home. If you would like to view the skylights in person you can come to our Melbourne store or if you have any questions you can contact us.