Our innovative glass products address all of the challenges homeowners face - energy costs and consumption, maintaining the value of their home in a challenging economy and having a beautiful home Skylights are light transmitting (elements filling building envelope openings) forming all, or a portion of, the roof of a building's space for daylighting purposes.A fixed skylight consists of a structural perimeter frame supporting glazing infill so skylights have been designed and manufactured to the highest possible level of quality. skylights have higher thermal qualities: cooler in summer and warmer in winter. Dependent upon the types of glass installed, heat and UV ingress can be reduced by up to 78% (double glazed with tinted insulation) during summer and retention of warmth in winter by up to 69% Skylights can provide the interior of your home with the warmth and skylight made with a single pane of clear glass will allow enough heat into a home to make. Skylights are literally windows in the roof. They allow you to bring a bit of blue sky into your home. At night they can display the majesty of the stars and the moon.Skylights can provide the interior of your home with the warmth and brightness of natural daylight. They enliven a house dramatically while cutting down the need for artificial light. They brighten up dark corners and let in lots of warmth. They can also provide much needed ventilation. These are the positive aspects. Skylights also have the potential to cause drafts, making a room uncomfortable. They can leak in rainy weather. While they can reduce the amount of energy you might use for artificial light inside your home, they can let in extra, unwanted heat that will make your air conditioner work harder in the summer. In the winter they can allow precious heat to escape.