Skylight Replacement—Why, When and How?

Velux skylight installation

Velux skylight installation

Although they typically last for decades, you may find yourself needing a skylight replacement at some point. Perhaps you bought an old house with a worn-out skylight that needs replacing or you want a new one to go along with the rest of the renovations you’ll be making. Maybe you have a fixed skylight on your house already and you want to upgrade to a venting skylight that you can open to let more fresh air in. 

Whatever the reason, with Skylights for Less it is easy to replace your old skylight and get a new VELUX Skylight on your home. And it’s actually a lot more simple (and less expensive) than you might initially think. 

Why Replace Your Skylights? 

It’s common for homeowners to replace their skylights when they put a new roof on their home. During the reroofing process the entire roof comes off so it only makes sense to put a new skylight in as you’re putting a new roof up. A brand new skylight with brand new flashing goes perfectly with a fresh, newly-shingled roof. 

However, some people find that when they purchase a home they may be inheriting a skylight that is a few decades old, and needs to be replaced. When the flashing material or roof sealer starts to wear away, it’s possible that you’ll start to find water leaking through into the house. While you may simply want to replace the broken piece (i.e. the glass or the skylight part), for older skylight models this might not be an option as the manufacturer may no longer make these parts. If you do find the parts, they could end up costing about the same as a brand new skylight. And skylights have improved dramatically over the years (there are now venting models, solar models, roof windows and sun tunnels) so it is worth looking into the current options.   

When to Think About a Skylight Replacement 

Most contractors will tell you that the reroofing period is the best time to consider a skylight replacement. However, it’s possible that you might want to get a new skylight without having to install a brand new roof – you only need a new roof every twenty to thirty years, after all.  

In some cases, you may want to upgrade your existing skylight for a better version. Skylight technology is innovating at a rapid pace, and many homeowners want to take advantage of the new features that will let more fresh air and natural light into their homes.  

If you currently have a fixed skylight that won’t open, and you’re looking for a way to cut down on the cost of light and air-conditioning during the hot summer, exchanging your old model for a new one might be a good decision. VELUX Solar “Fresh Air” Skylights are a fantastic line of solar-powered options with an integrated solar panel and control system that enable you to open and close the unit using a remote control.  The VELUX Electric Venting Skylights open (and close) with the touch of a button to let in lots of natural light. 

How Do You Replace A Skylight? 

If you’re a construction-savvy person (or know someone who is), you can replace a skylight without the help of a professional. However, if you want to ensure that your new skylight is installed properly, calling a contractor might be your best option.  

Luckily, VELUX Skylights offers a number of energy-efficient products that qualify for a 30% solar tax credit. This tax credit applies not only to the product, but it also counts toward the cost of installation. This means that you can have all of the benefits of a new skylight and cut down on installation costs in the meantime! 

Skylights for Less carries a wide range of Residential Skylights that should fit any skylight replacement project and you can place an order with us online or by calling one of our skylight experts at 1-800-284-5194. 

To reduce the chance of purchasing the wrong skylight or part, which will end up costing time and money, we recommend that you get the following information before making a purchase (this will be easier if your skylight is within reach): 

  • There are a lot of skylight options, so the first thing you need to know is do you have a deck mounted or curb-mounted skylight?*
  • What is the roofing material around the skylight (for example: shingles, rubber, metal, tile)? 
  • What is the exact measurement for the daylight area?  If you have a domed skylight then you need the rough opening measurement  

If the existing skylight is a VELUX model and you can get the serial number that would be very helpful as well. Here’s how to identify the serial number.

* Deck mounted skylights are attached directly to the roof sheathing and attach to the drywall that sits below. These are typically installed in slightly sloped roof pitch situations so the water will run around the skylight and not into the building. For a deck mounted skylight, the minimum pitch is 3:12 / 14 degrees or greater. 

Curb mounted skylights sit on a 2×4 or 2×6 curb or raised frame when the roof pitch is lower or flat. The curb itself will channel water away from the skylight keeping the space below dry. The roof pitch for a curb mounted skylight is   0:12 / 0 degrees to 20:12 / 60 degrees. 

Need More Information? 

Visit our website or contact us at 1-800-284-5194 to speak with one of our helpful skylight experts. 

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How Velux Skylights Can Improve Your Life: Part 2

Velux Skylights - Great room

Skylights are popular among homeowners due to their energy efficiency and eco-friendliness. However, there are plenty of other ways in which skylights can make your life better. Here are four more reasons why you should seriously consider adding a skylight to your home.

Your Eyes Need More Light Than You Think

Any aging person will tell you that, as you get older, you need more and more light to see the things in front of you. This is due, in part, to the fact that our pupils shrink in size and the lenses on our eyeballs get thicker over the years. As early as in our mid-20s, our eyes start to need more light in order to function optimally.

It is important, therefore, to make sure that the kitchen and other rooms in our home provide all of the light we need. Skylights are a great solution to this problem. Whereas windows only offer enough light on bright, sunny days, skylights spread the light out evenly throughout any room. There is no better way to maximize the amount of light in your home than by installing a skylight.

Don’t Sacrifice Your Privacy

Many of us live uncomfortably close to our neighbors. We may not always notice it, but when you step back and look at the distance between your neighbor’s house and your own, it becomes apparent just how susceptible you could be to prying eyes. Skylights are a great alternative to windows in rooms where the people next door might be able to catch a glimpse in.

Because skylights are installed in the ceiling, you don’t have to worry about anyone being able to see in. Even better, with Velux blinds, you can close them whenever you want to. That way, you can maintain complete privacy even when someone is working on the roof. 

Take Control of Your Light

Some Velux Skylight models feature light-diffusing blinds that allow you to control the amount of sunshine that enters your house. If you’re watching a movie while the sun is still out or just want to tone down the lights so you can take a nap, you’ll love having the ability to adjust the light accordingly.

All of the Velux light-diffusing blinds are controlled using a hand-held remote control. The remote allows you to control the blinds from wherever you’re standing so you don’t have to climb up in order to adjust anything. You can even use the remote to automate your blinds so that they’ll open and close at a scheduled time, everyday.

Stay Safe from the Weather

If you’re considering a skylight installation, you may be worried about leaking or floods. After all, won’t a skylight left open allow rain to pour into your home?

Well, not with Velux Skylights! Velux equips their skylights with a rain sensor that closes the hinge automatically upon sensing signs of rain. The frame is also triple-protected by layers of weather and water-resistant sealant. You’ll never have to worry about water or cold air leaking into your house.

How Velux Skylights Can Improve Your Life

VELUX "Fresh Air" Skylights in kitchen

Skylights are among the most underrated features you can add to your home. Because they’re installed on the ceiling, some people can fail to notice how greatly a good skylight improves a room. Those homeowners who’ve had skylights installed in their bathrooms, kitchens or other rooms in the house, though, will tell you that the investment has greatly improved their quality of life. There are a variety of ways in which skylights can make your day all the much better.

 Highlight Your Home

Skylights are the only way to provide your room with a completely balanced amount of natural light. As the sunshine comes in from the ceiling, you’ll find that the colors of everything are highlighted. Boldly painted walls, tiling and even furniture are able to truly shine.

Because windows allow sunshine into the home from the walls of the house, they rarely facilitate well-balanced lighting. Even on the cloudiest days, however, products such as Velux Skylights will disperse the light evenly across your beautiful home.

Reduce Your Dependence on A/C

Instead of wasting electricity (and draining your wallet), skylights are an all-natural way of allowing fresh air to circulate throughout your home. Whereas air conditioners take a huge toll on the natural environment, skylights are an eco-friendly way to bring the outside in. By bringing air in through the roof, skylights distribute air evenly throughout the entire floor, making it a great way to enjoy a cool breeze on a hot day.

Unlike air conditioners, skylights work to pull warm air out of the home as it brings cool air in. Because heat rises naturally, your Velux Skylight will allow the hot air outside and allow you to enjoy the coolness of the breeze as it moves through your house.

Give Yourself Some Space

Skylights are a great option to consider when renovating your home. Windows, after all, often take up too much space on our walls. In turn, we often rely on a small amount of shelving and cabinet space to organize our items.

By adding a skylight to the ceiling instead of a window on the wall, you can conserve space. Ultimately, this means you’ll have more room for cabinets and shelves. Whereas windows limit the amount of storage you have (and contribute to the disarray of any room), skylights stay out of the way and make it much easier to organize.

An Overall Healthier Environment 

It is shocking how much dust and other nasty material our homes gather everyday. Even those of us who clean obsessively can’t get to everything. Over time, this stuff can take a toll on our health. Skylights, however, are the perfect tool for airing out your space.

As Velux Skylights are designed specifically to promote good circulation, they work wonders at helping to provide cleaner air for you and your family. You’ll love being able to air out animal smells or overwhelming fumes from paint and cleaning supplies. Skylights truly are the way to a happier, healthier lifestyle.

 

 

Velux Skylights Roof Windows—Giving Your Attic A Whole New Personality

VELUX CABRIO® Balcony

Velux offers a wide variety of roof window skylights to help you transform those unused spaces in your home.

It is not uncommon for homeowners these days to turn their attics and above-garage spaces into offices, workshops, craft rooms, man caves and even extra bedrooms. While these spaces have a bad reputation for being dark, damp rooms used for storing all of your old stuff, they can be transformed into vibrant and livable spaces with just a little work.

If you’re looking to turn your attic or above-garage into a useful and lively extra room, Velux Skylights has created the perfect product for you. Velux’s line of roof windows are designed specifically for those who want to allow more light and fresh air into those attic-type spaces. Velux roof windows are inexpensive, economically-friendly and adored by homeowners everywhere. By installing a Velux roof window in your home, you’ll find yourself with a whole new room to utilize.

Velux Skylights roof windows are available in four models:

Velux Top-Hinged Roof Windows

 While your attic space might be dark and deprived of light at the moment, a Velux top-hinged roof window can change your life completely. This window features and upward-opening panel, giving you the ability to take in full panoramic views of the area around your home. You’ll be able to let fresh air into any roof-level room that needs it!

Sounds difficult to clean? Don’t worry! Velux has designed their roof windows to pivot inwards, giving you full access for window cleaning!

Velux Center-Pivot Roof Windows

 The Velux center-pivot roof window is perfect for those homeowners who have a low ceiling that could use some fresh air and sunshine. This window can easily be installed to accommodate furniture and will provide you with the ability to enjoy a view of your backyard or neighborhood. With their center-pivot roof window, Velux Skylights has developed a fantastic solution for homeowners seeking an affordable way to enjoy natural ventilation.

Velux Roof Access Roof Window

This full access, side-hinged roof window gives you full access to your roof. When opened fully, you’ll not only be able to enjoy the view of your surroundings but will also gain access to the roof allowing for maintenance or even egress in an emergency. The Velux roof access roof window can be installed with a left or right hinged to suit your needs.

Homeowners love the panoramic view that their Velux Skylights roof access roof window provides.

Velux CABRIO® Balcony Roof Window

With the CABRIO® balcony roof window, Velux Skylights has developed a way for you to have a skylight and a balcony installed at the same time. This unique design functions as a natural source of light and fresh air while giving you the balcony your attic or above-garage always needed. You’ll love being able to crack open your skylight and stand at the balcony as your enjoy your morning coffee, watch the birds fly by or gaze at the stars in the sky above your home.

Like all of the Velux Skylights roof window models, the CABRIO® features an innovative natural ventilation flap. This amazing feature allows you to let fresh air into your home without having to open the window. You can lock the window and pull the ventilation bar downwards to enjoy safety, comfort and fresh, ventilated air at the same time!

Don’t Be Afraid of Skylight Installation

 

Velux skylight installation

Velux skylight installation

Are you a roofing company that refers potential customers to a “skylight installer”, rather than taking that business for yourself? Do you believe that skylights are nothing but a headache, and are bound to leak eventually? Well, that may have been the case before Velux perfected skylights. Now you can become that Velux skylight installer that your customers are looking for without fear that you are going to be opening the window to problems. Velux skylights make it easy with a No Leak Guarantee and expert flashing kits for all types of roofs.

Skylights have come a long way in the past twenty years, and with the trend toward “Green Buildings”, more homeowners and businesses alike are incorporating Velux skylights into their properties to take advantage of the natural light and ventilation that can bring cost savings and create a more healthy environment.

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) report* released in March 2017 states that residential skylight sales for 2016 were 960,000 units – that’s up 4% from 2015. New construction skylight activity grew 10% with remodeling and replacement skylight activity rising at a steady 2%. With Energy Star Federal Tax Credit of 30% on new skylight installation available through 2019, those numbers are bound to keep climbing.

Wondering how much you can profit? Here are the national average Velux skylight installation costs to the customer while doing a re-roofing job:

  • New cut-in at an average install time of 8-10 hours = $1,500
  • Replacement at an average install time of 30 minutes = $500

Watch this video to see how a proper installation can save you a headache and keep your wallet happy!

Want to get started raking in the profits of installing Velux skylights?

Let Skylights For Less work with Velux for you.

Our website, www.SkylightsForLess.com has installation instructions in the resources section. Our knowledgeable customer service representatives are available to answer any product question and help you place an order. We also offer quantity discounts, free shipping, and flexible payment options! If you are looking for ways to manage your cash flow, be sure to look into our Blue Tarp Financing program.

Happy roofing!

-The Skylights for Less Team

*U.S. Industry Statistical Review & Forecast 2016/2017

Are You Throwing Money Out The Window?

You may be doing just that without even realizing it! If you have skylights in your home and they are not Velux skylights, you should read this because the difference between older skylights and Velux “Fresh Air Skylights” is night and day. Current Velux skylight models have an advanced engineered glass system that can keep the cold and heat out while letting the maximum amount of light in.

Here is the Science

It starts with low-emissivity (Low E3) glass, a unique triple-coated glass capable of reflecting greater solar heat gain without any tinting. In fact, it outperforms tinted glass in heat reflectance as well as fade resistance for surfaces exposed to solar rays. It blocks 95% of the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays, thus protecting your interior, all while maintaining comfortable temperatures!

The superior insulating capability of Low E3 glass partnered with Velux’s patented gasket system of double-sealed panes, stainless steel spacer bar, and 95% argon gas is a key factor in the construction of efficient skylights – especially in colder climates! Not only does a well-insulated skylight unit keep out the cold, but it can reduce condensation as well. In lab tests, the Low E3 glass maintains an interior surface temperature between 52°-60° while exterior temperatures are as low as -20°! The dramatic comfort improvement from warm glass surfaces means the relative humidity of the indoor air can be controlled and maintained properly. Proper humidity levels (not too much, not too little) will improve comfort and promote a healthier living environment.

Here are the Savings

The natural light that a skylight brings can help reduce your lighting costs. Venting skylights can help homeowners save money on air conditioning costs.

The energy savings attainable with current Velux skylight models is about 35% higher than what they used to be on the dual-pane clear glass models from 1990. If you have acrylic bubble skylights or blackout blinds, the energy savings are even greater!

Velux Solar Powered 'Fresh Air' Skylight

Velux solar powered ‘Fresh Air’ skylight

 30% Federal Tax Credit on Solar Skylights

If you have an older, fixed skylight and upgrade to a Solar Powered “Fresh Air” Skylight, you can bring fresh air as well as natural light into your home for an average of just $100* more than a standard fixed skylight after tax credit. A solar powered replacement Velux Skylight and accessories are eligible for a 30% Federal tax credit until 2019, averaging between $330 and $480.* If you add a factory installed solar powered blind to the skylight, the tax credit will cover the cost of the new blind. Since it’s entirely solar powered, there is no need for an electrical connection. When installing a new skylight, the Federal tax credit averages between $540 and $720.*

The Skylight that Cleans Itself

Velux’s Patented Neat Glass Technology helps to keep views clear. A titanium dioxide layer on the Neat Glass reacts chemically with the sun’s UV rays and causes organic materials that are on the glass to decompose. It works even on cloudy days, as 80% of UV radiation gets through cloud cover. When it rains, the decomposed dirt no longer clings to the glass, easily rinsing away!

How the “Fresh Air” Skylight Gets its Name

The Velux “Fresh Air” Skylight is a venting unit, able to open and close just like a window. It can be controlled remotely, so you don’t need to use an extension pole to access it. Velux’s “Fresh Air” Skylight can be solar, electrically, or manually powered.

In solar models, a rain sensor is built in to close the unit in the event of inclement weather while you’re away. A solar panel captures daylight and uses it to recharge the highly efficient, fully concealed battery powered operator system which opens and closes the skylight.

*Savings will vary according to the skylight model, number of skylights, and installation cost. Calculations are based on the estimated costs for both the product and installation. These estimates were generated assuming a typical installation using national averages for construction costs. See the Solar Shade Tax Credit page for more information:

https://www.skylightsforless.com/resources/velux-skylights-solar-tax-credit

 

 

 

Kick Back And Cool Down With Velux Fresh Air Skylights

If your home could use a natural light source and a way to let the breeze in, Velux Fresh Air Skylights could be the skylights for you.

Velux Fresh Air Skylights

Velux Fresh Air Skylights in bedroom

Does your kitchen have enough windows?  What about your living room?  Have you ever wished that you could let more light and airflow into your home?  If you think that your life could benefit from an eco-friendly and cost-effective source of light and air, you may have already considered installing skylights in your home.

However, it is important to note that not all skylights allow both light and air into the room.  Certain skylights are designed to strictly provide more light.  While this is perfect for those folks who are looking to cut down on electricity costs used to light the home, you may want to consider a skylight that will also help you cut down on the cost of cooling your home, as well.  If so, Velux Skylights “Fresh Air” model could be exactly what you need.

What are Fresh Air skylights?

Essentially, the Fresh Air skylight is a Velux brand signature model of what is commonly known as a “vented” skylight.  Whereas a “fixed” skylight is a static window in the ceiling that cannot be opened, a vented skylight features a hinged-arm mechanism that enables you to open and close the window as you please.  This type of skylight provides an affordable solution to home cooling systems and enables you to circulate air through your house without having to rely on expensive, electrically-powered air-conditioning units.

While most vented skylights are manually-powered, however, Velux Skylights provides you with a wide range of customizable skylight options.  Velux Fresh Air skylights are available in a number of colors, can be curb-mounted or deck-mounted and are compatible with a range light-blocking blind options.  Additionally, Velux Skylights offers their Fresh Air model in manual, electric and solar-powered versions to suit the needs of you and your home.

Manual

The manual version of the Velux Skylights Fresh Air model is best for those who have easy access to their skylight.  If installed in an attic or an above-garage space, for example, you may find that it is possible for you to easily open and close the skylight on your own.  The manual Fresh Air skylight is a great way to allow light into a second-story bedroom or circulate air through the top floor of your home.

Electric

For those of you who might not be able to physically access your skylight, you may want to consider having an electric Velux Fresh Air Skylight installed.  Unlike the manual version, this model comes equipped with remote-controlled technology that enables you to open and close it at the touch of a button.  A favorite among those who own Velux Skylights, the electric model is perfect if your skylight is installed on a tall ceiling in a living room, kitchen or bathroom.

Solar-Powered

 Much like the electric model, the solar-powered Fresh Air skylight is at the cutting-edge of skylight technology.  While it also comes with a remote control, this skylight uses sunlight to charge and operate.  Therefore, you’ll be able to open and close your skylight without increasing the cost of your electricity bill.  In this way, Velux offers you one of the most eco-friendly and cost-effective sources of light and fresh air available on the skylight market.

Velux Fixed Skylights Will Light Up Your Life

Not enough light in your home?  Velux Skylights could be exactly what you need!

Nobody wants a dark room in their home.  However, many of us are forced to live with rooms that lack the amount of light we really want.  Because our homes weren’t built with a sufficient number of windows, we are forced to use lamps to supply light in our bedrooms, kitchens and hallways.

Fortunately, skylights provide an easy and affordable alternative to lamps and other artificial light sources.  Velux Skylights offer a fixed skylight model that can be easily installed in your roof, maximizing the amount of light that enters your home.  With a new Velux Skylight letting light in through the ceiling, you can enjoy the sunshine from inside your home.

Here are a few benefits to Velux Fixed Skylights:

Streamlined Profile

 While nearly everyone would love a skylight in their bedroom or kitchen, many homeowners fear that it would be visually unappealing to those looking at the house from the outside.  In the past, skylights were installed in a way that they protruded from the roof of the house.  Many people found these to be unsightly or even ugly.

The Velux fixed skylight, however, can be installed in such a way that its profile meshes seamlessly with the roofline of the house.  It doesn’t obstruct the roofline and is appealing to even those who find skylights unpleasant to look at.  With a Velux fixed skylight in your roof, your home will only look more elegant.

Velux Skylights

Velux skylights on roof

Easy Pick&Click™ Blind Installation

If you’d prefer to have blinds on your fixed skylight, Velux offers a simple and affordable solution for you.  The Velux Pick&Click™ Blind system can be easily installed around your fixed skylight, giving you the ability to allow light in and maintain your privacy whenever you’d like.

Velux Pick&Click™ Blinds are simply a bracket system that can be mounted to the perimeter of your Velux Skylight at any angle, providing the opportunity to open and close your blinds at will.  They can easily be fitted to any Velux window and require no cutting or trimming, making blind installation as easy as ever.

Flexible Installation

 Velux fixed skylights have been purposefully designed for easy installation in nearly any roof.  Whereas past models featured a drywall groove that made their installation slightly more difficult, the new Velux fixed skylight models are more versatile than ever.  Fixed skylights can be installed in both flat and slanted roofs, giving you the opportunity to light up whichever room you’d like.  Additionally, Velux fixed skylights are a great replacement model for your old, worn-out skylights.

Velux offers their fixed skylights in both curb-mounted and deck-mounted models, allowing you to embed the lights within the roof of your home.  This gives you more options in terms of the size of the skylights and the angle at which the light will shine.  The choice between curb and deck-mounted skylights ensures that there will be a skylight to meet your needs.

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Velux skylight in bedroom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Which Velux Skylight Is The Right One For You?

It is no secret that skylights are extremely beneficial to you and your family.  They not only maximize the daylight and ventilation inside of your home but save you money in the process.  For this reason, more and more folks are looking to have skylights installed in the roofs of their homes.

A lot of people aren’t aware, however, that skylights come in many different forms.  Velux, for example, has multiple types of skylights, each designed to meet a different set of needs and desires.  If you’re looking to have skylights installed in your home, you’ll benefit from taking a look at the variety of options Velux Skylights has to offer.  We’ve showcased a few of them below to give you an idea of the range of skylights available on the market.

Velux Fixed Skylights

If you’re looking for an eco-friendly way to add more light to the corridors, stairwells and other enclosed spaces in your home, the Velux fixed skylight may be what you need.  Fixed skylights are often what people think of when they have skylights in mind.  While these skylights can’t be opened like a window, they are a great way to brighten up any of the rooms in your home that are usually deprived of light.

Velux “Fresh Air” Skylights

The “Fresh Air” option is the Velux Skylight you’ll want if your kitchen, bathroom, living room or bedroom lacks either light or ventilation.  With a hinged mechanism that allows for opening and closing, these skylights enable you to fill your home with a clean and natural breeze.  Homeowners who choose the “Fresh Air” skylight can opt for the manual, electric or solar-powered version.

Velux Roof Windows

Many homeowners want to have skylights installed in their attics, above-garages and other areas that lack light due to the roof.  Velux Skylights offer roof windows that can transform these often-claustrophobic spaces into livable, light-filled rooms.  With both top-hinged and center-pivot options, these roof windows can be open and closed to let air into the most cramped rooms in your home.

Velux Roof-Access Windows 

Similar to Velux’s roof windows, roof-access windows can provide much needed light and ventilation to any room on the top floor of your home.  Unlike the roof window option, however, these Velux skylights open on a vertical hinge, giving you full access to the roof of your house.  Velux Roof-Access windows are a great way to give yourself a panoramic view of the environment that surrounds your home.

Velux Sun Tunnel Skylights

One of Velux Skylights’ most sought-after models, the Sun Tunnel is a skylight like no other.  These skylights integrate seamlessly into the roof of your house and have the appearance of ceiling lamps from inside your home.  Sun Tunnels are particularly popular with those homeowners seeking to add light to their home but don’t want a window-sized skylight.  They are installed as easily as any other Velux Skylight and are an elegant way to light up any kitchen, corridor, closet, bathroom or bedroom.

Velux Skylights in living-room

Velux Skylights in living-room

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