Here is a picture of a skylight we installed in a kitchen remodel. The homeowner wanted to bring more natural light into his kitchen. The small window over the sink did not provide enough light and the kitchen felt like a dark cave. Steve really enjoys cooking and wanted more light over the work area. We positioned the skylight in line with the small window over the sink and flared out the skylight opening to maximize the amount of light that comes through the skylight.
Steve said, “I love my skylight. The layout was perfect. It’s directly centered over the island and I like the way your guys stretched the opening. It balanced out just perfect. It’s great during sunny days and it’s really soothing to hear the rain on it when things are quiet in the house.”
Would more daylight brighten a dark area of your home? When you walk in the door, before you turn on the lights, look around. Do you see areas that look dark like a cave. Why not add a skylight or sun tunnel and brighten that area. How about ventilation? When you come home from work and the house is stuffy, do you turn on the AC until you go to bed, or do you open the windows. A venting skylight will allow the hot air to flow out and the cool air to come in.
Let us help you design a room with free daylight and ventilation.