Skylight / July 14, 2018 / Onfroi Berger
Glass and acrylic or plastic skylights are available. Tubular skylights are relatively new on the scene. The small size allows them it to be used in spaces where full-sized skylights cannot. Hallways bathrooms even closets can accommodate a tubular skylight. They provide a lot of light in spite of their small size. The concept and installation process are basically the same as for a regular skylight except they have an enclosed tunnel of reflective material to reflect the light. They are available in many sizes. The small ones are 10 to 12 inch diameter and the large ones are 24 inches. Flat glass skylights come mounted in a wood or integrated rubber and metal framework and require no additional curb construction.
Angled where the shaft is parallel to the pitch of the skylight. It too is the same dimension as the skylight but its straight-in angle offers more light than a straight shaft. Angled shafts also are used to connect two locations that cannot otherwise be aligned. This occurs when the skylight must be installed in a particular spot - between two trusses for example - and the shaft opening is likewise limited to a particular location on the ceiling that is not directly under the skylight. Splayed or pyramid in which the ceiling opening is larger than the skylight opening in width length or both. This type although a little harder to construct is the most popular simply because it allows a smaller skylight to illuminate a larger area.
Roof skylights are generally rectangular or square in shape. If you install these skylights as a fixed form of a part which is called the curb then these skylights dont move. It is generally said that these skylights cause leak but it is not true. Venting Roof Skylights Nowadays there are new types of roof skylight that have a wide range of features. These features make the skylights very useful and also enhance the décor of your house. There are venting roof skylights which are excellent for fresh air circulation in your home. They have the added benefit of reducing costs of cooling the ceiling of the house by reducing the need for some extra cooling or using the ceiling fan to some extent.