Offering a full range of light tunnel sizes to fit every budget, along with the industry’s first, patented ventilating Skylight Tube, is an exciting chapter for U.S. Sunlight.
Incline Village, NV (PRWEB) March 31, 2013
In spring of 2011, U.S. Sunlight released the first, low-profile, square dome Skylight Tube to create the perfect compromise between easy-to-install light tunnels and sleek skylights. With the success of the Skylight Tube, U.S. Sunlight has embarked on a complete line of Skylight Tubes for a diversity of installation needs – including home, office, and warehouse purposes.
New for 2013 – The patented, first-ever, ventilating Spectrum™ Skylight Tube. Perfect for situations where passive ventilation is beneficial, such as in bathrooms, the ventilating Spectrum Skylight Tube provides natural light and ventilation in the same fixture. With a simple 5 minute conversion at the ceiling lens, go from passive ventilation when it’s wanted to energy efficiency when it’s needed. Available in 14”, 18” and 21” domes, the ventilating Spectrum Skylight Tube is perfect for residential and commercial purposes.
New for 2013 – The cost-efficient, low-profile, compact, Radiant™ Skylight Tube. With a small footprint, the Radiant Skylight Tube is perfect for tight spaces to bring in the natural light while maintaining the beautiful exterior appearance.
In addition to the new product offerings for 2013, U.S. Sunlight still offers the Energy Star rated Chroma™ Skylight Tube, the Rigid Tube Kit for enhanced light transmission, the Cold Climate Lens Kit for improved insulation value and the Light Kit for traditional lighting in the evening hours.
Robert Buckley, President of U.S. Sunlight Corp, states, “We are pleased with the expansion of our energy efficient, home improvement products. Skylight Tubes are one of the best ways to add natural light into almost any home or commercial building without sacrificing a home’s energy efficiency. Offering a full range of light tunnel sizes to fit every budget, along with the industry’s first, patented ventilating Skylight Tube, is an exciting chapter for U.S. Sunlight.”