Bringing light and air into any room and any space.
Whether you’re looking to add one of their “Fresh Air” skylights or a model fit for a small space, they’ve got all the skylight options you need. VELUX offers a variety of skylight solutions to bring light and air into any space you desire.
Solar Powered “Fresh Air” Skylights.
The Solar Powered “Fresh Air” Skylight (available for both deck and curb mount installations) features a solar panel that captures available daylight and uses it to recharge a highly efficient, fully concealed battery powered operator and control system. This operator is the power source that opens and closes the skylight, negating the need for electrical wiring during installation.
Electric “Fresh Air” Skylights.
Designed for both deck and curb mount installations, the VELUX Electric “Fresh Air” Skylight is the perfect daylighting solution for overhead applications. It allows for abundant natural light, and with the touch of a button, opens to let in fresh air. And if you forget to close it, a rain sensor will shut the skylight during inclement weather.
Manual “Fresh Air” Skylights.
Designed for both deck and curb mount installations, the VELUX Manual “Fresh Air” Skylight enables any home to embrace the best of what nature has to offer. Opening for maximum fresh air, this venting skylight contributes to a home’s proper moisture balance and comfort level by allowing stale, humid air to be released.
Sun Tunnel Skylights.
Sun Tunnel Skylights bring natural light into even the darkest and most isolated spaces through a specially designed tunnel that passes from roof to ceiling. The attractive ceiling diffuser blends unnoticed into the ceiling, spreading a soft and restful light throughout the room.
Fixed Skylights, designed for deck mounted installations, are perfect for visually expanding areas such as hallways, stairwells, and other closed-in, dark spaces that can be transformed with light and sky views. They provide an economical choice in creating a spacious home that is filled with natural light.
Roof Windows are designed for in-reach applications that require egress emergency escape capabilities. Examples include above-garage bonus rooms, lofts, and finished attic spaces.