Our Skylights Improve Your Quality of Living and Enhance Your Home’s Value in Phoenix, AZ —While Slashing Your Energy Bills By Hundreds of Dollars Every Year
Our skylights are made with a special glass and are available with built-in shades—that means you never have to sacrifice natural light to remain cool and comfortable on those brutal 110 Degree Arizona days.
We install the full line of VELUX skylights, because they’re recognized as the best, most innovative skylight company in America. No other company even comes close.
We’re also a 5 Star Skylight Specialist. Our intensive training (think of it as boot camp) at VELUX facilities has made us one of the premier skylight installers in the country.
The #1 skylight in terms of quality, innovation, durability, and energy efficiency. Period.
VELUX is your best option if you’re looking for a skylight to illuminate your home, while reducing your energy bills.
Why? Because VELUX skylights are made with southern Arizona heat in mind. The glass in VELUX skylights is treated with a special Low E coating and the space between the panes is filled with Argon gas, so it blocks heat while letting light in.
Why Velux Skylights?
VELUX skylights allow your body to absorb the sunlight it needs to produce Vitamin D, which can help prevent osteoporosis, heart disease, and various types of cancer.
VELUX skylights reduce your electric bill, since you won’t have to turn on your lights as often.
Increase the Value of Your Home
The natural light that pours in from a VELUX skylight makes your home seem larger, which increases its value.
VELUX skylights are available in both fixed and venting models and offer a variety of state-of-the-art shading accessories, including solar-powered blinds.
Velux Sun Tunnel Skylights
The Quick-and-Easy Way to Enjoy Natural Light, Slash Your Energy Bills, and Go Green.
VELUX Sun Tunnel skylights (also called tubular skylights) are perfect for your laundry room, bathrooms, and hallways.
Installing Sun Tunnel skylights is an easy way to slash your energy bills and consumption. Think about this: A 10” diameter Sun Tunnel skylight generally produces as much light as three 100-watt incandescent light bulbs. A larger, 14” model is equivalent to using five 100-watt bulbs.
So installing Sun Tunnel skylights in key locations of your home could save you hundreds of dollars per year. Not only that, these skylights will recoup their cost many times over within a short period of time. And, thanks to the available Arizona energy tax credit, your cost for this project is reduced by 25%!
Sun Tunnel skylights also come with an optional integral light kit.
As a less expensive alternative to glass skylights, we also offer acrylic dome units. These are available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes — both standard and custom.
Custom Structural Skylights
This type of system is often used to enclose a much larger roof opening than what most skylight manufacture’s offer in a “one‐piece” unit. It’s also used to create a dramatic element to the architectural design of a custom home of office building. Frame design, glass options and frame colors are left to the imagination.
When you want to have good task lighting, but also need to meet certain fire codes, this type of skylight offers basic sizes and operation. From fixed to smoke hatch or louvered, these plastic skylights accomplish that need. Great applications for this type of product are manufacturing or warehouse buildings.
Energy efficient glass skylights can also be incorporated along with a custom curb adapter to cover larger openings. These offer a more durable application and meet OSHA fall protection at the same time.
Tubular skylights have also entered the commercial market. They are designed to be incorporated into office space where you have a suspended ceiling or a direct drop down into open spaces.
Skylight Fall Guards
OSHA is requiring that all skylights meet their fall protection regulation 1926.501 to have guards on all skylights. Insurance companies are also taking a look at these regulations when evaluating an existing building. The best choice we offer is an exterior mounted system so that it doesn’t interfere with workers below during the installation procedure. Interior steel bars are also available.
The one area we have been concerned about is existing buildings where fiberglass or polycarbonate units were installed originally and claimed they met the OSHA requirements, but the manufactures won’t back that claim up down the road because they say age can change the material strength.