There’s no doubt that the Solar Skylight offers several advantages over its more traditional counterpart.
There are no restrictions as to where the Solar Skylight can be installed
It be installed at any level of a home or building. Traditional skylights can only be installed on the roof top of any construction. In a multi-storey construction, only the topmost level can enjoy the benefits of a skylight. All other levels have to do without.
The Solar Skylight can light up any corner of the home
It is capable of lighting up places that traditional skylights would never have been able to reach including basements, stairs, corridors, kitchens entrances. With the Solar Skylight installed in your home, you never have to contend with dimly lit areas or dark spaces in your home ever again.
No light shafts or flexible tube means no risk of leaking and other problems
Installing a traditional skylight involves passing light shafts or flexible tubes through the roof, which means a hole has to be made in the roof first. This makes the roof prone leaking if there is even the slightest gap that has not been sealed off properly.
It adjusts to match the conditions outside
When the sun is shining, the interiors will be bright and sunny too. On cloudy days or towards dusk, the light output reduces to reflect the outside conditions.
Heat, noise and UV do not get transferred indoors
When you use a traditional skylight, heat, noise and UV create major problems indoors during the warmer months. This is not likely to happen with the Solar Skylight because it is essentially a sealed system. The only thing that gets transmitted indoors is light.