Let natural light brighten your home
So how do I bring natural light into my home? Bringing natural light into the home has never been more important, the benefits of natural light, include improved moods and health, outweighing traditional lighting sources. Round or square, Solatube has the decorative options to match your homes style. Select from our full range and view our gallery.
Solatube is a cost effective lighting solution, don’t settle for cheaper alternative products. There are 3 important aspects to every skylight – Click below to find out more!
1. The Dome & Fitting
Most skylights you find have very basic domes – getting you a mere portion of the available light.
A Solatube Brighten Up series dome is designed to capture low angle light. This gets up to 600% more daylight, even in Winter.
The flashing can be a bigger hole in your pocket than your roof. “One type fits all” is doomed for failure (not to mention leaks!)
At Solatube, customised flashing is tailored to your roof profile for a leak proof, durable and attractive fit.
How to Bring Natural Lighting into Every Room in Your Home
Natural lighting makes your home a bright and brilliant place to live, everything is brighter, well-lit and more colourful. Imagine leaving a beautiful sunny day outside, just to enter your dark or dull home. Bring that beautiful daylight into every room in your home and let the power of natural lighting improve your life.
Use the power of the sun to control the power of the sun. Experience natural light with total daylight control and automated night closing. Now you can adjust the light in your space turn night into daylight, and everything in between. View Product
Solatube have now introduced the newest integrated smart nightlight technology into the Solatube Brighten Up series of skylights. Check out how it can benefit your home by watching our informative video below.
Do Skylights Bring Heat into The Home?
The very short answer to this question is yes, as natural light carries heat in the form of infrared radiation, however the amount of infrared transferred into the home will depend on the technology used in the skylight. There are a number of techniques commonly used in the market to reduce or remove heat entering the home.