Velux VSS Solar Skylight Retrofit | Morrison

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Something is missing in a home in the mountains if you can’t enjoy the fresh air! We recently finished full replacement of an existing four-bay daylight system in Morrison with four solar-powered VELUX “Fresh Air”skylights. Among the reasons for this customers call were several leaks around the perimeter of their system, cold air penetration in …

A Life Changing Skylight Installation

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From the owner: After researching many hours on who we wanted to hire for this job, we decided upon Skylight Specialists. Stan arrived right away and gave us the estimate, answered all our questions and was so kind. Anytime I called Stan with further questions, he would call me back right away and he was …

Combi Skylights | A Fifth Wall Project

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Living Room Conversion This project is an example of how to make drastic changes in a room in your home without breaking the bank. Note that this is a one-story ranch home, nothing too fancy, but a bit outdated and ready for an upgrade.  The first step in this transformation was enlarging the room by …

Skylight Shaft | A Typical Single

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I want to light up my kitchen. The owner of this residence in the Westridge neighborhood of Highlands Ranch, a suburb in the southwest Denver metro area, contacted us through Home Advisor expressing his desire to light up his kitchen. During a free visit from a new installation specialist, it was determined that a single …

Skylight Shaft | Four by Two

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Two rows of four skylights side by side. Cathedral ceiling: A typical skylight shaft in a cathedral ceiling has a very shallow depth and is flared at the bottom to create a vertical wall. The ceiling joists are wrapped with drywall. This option creates one large shaft and can dramatically alter the spaciousness and feel of a room.

Skylight Shaft | A pair of skylights

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Two skylights with an equivalent space between them. Sides straight – Ends Flared. This is the “standard” skylight shaft we install. In this particular situation, the structure prevented skylights side by side. However, it works perfectly here. The extra wide flare we installed lights both sides of this central stairwell and opens up the space …