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The Solatube Skylight Difference

Solatube skylights are a form of tubular skylight that use a specially designed dome reflector, to absorb and channel outdoor light to rooms without any form of natural lighting. Solatube skylights are possibly the most trusted brand name in the tubular skylight business, offering innovative ways to collect and bend light. The main advantage of Solatube skylights is their ability to capture natural light when the sun is blocked, and on cloudy, grey days. This provides not only maximum lighting at all times of the day, but longer performance even after dusk. Other attractive features of the Solatube skylight include a double glazed diffuser to minimize heat absorption during summer and maximize heat absorption during winter, a uniquely developed sealing system that prevents the build up of moisture, and many other things. And like all reputable roofing manufacturers, the Solatube skylight range comes in many styles and sizes to suit any architectural style. Your local Roof 101 contractor cal help you determine which Solatube skylight product is best suited for your home or office, and install Solatube skylights efficiently in both residential and commercial applications.

Solatube Skylights and Affordability

Solatube tubular skylights can suit a range of budgets. Because Solatube skylights must be channeled through to the roof of a building, the price depends on the required length of tubing. Prices start from about $470 per skylight, to around $815 for a 2ft. Solatube tubular skylight, and range until $1035 for a 10ft. skylight. This may sound pricey, but considering they offer heavy reduction on heating/cooling bills, and never require any maintenance or cleaning, this is an investment for a lifetime of comfort. Roof 101 offers affordable installation services for Solatube skylights, and strongly recommends this product.



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