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What You Need to Know About...

Maggie Bailey February 12, 2021

Do you know when the best time to replace your skylights is?

Tis the Season: Skylights in the...

Heather Holder February 5, 2021

We're officially halfway through winter, but the cold isn't letting up anytime soon. And with winter storms popping up all over, snow and skylights are the hot topics (so to speak) of the day!

A Very Important Go Solar Update

Maggie Bailey January 15, 2021

Worried you've missed your chance to get the best Go Solar deal? Have we got an update for you!

There's Still Time to Go Solar

Allyson Miller December 4, 2020

In 2019, we unveiled the Go Solar Initiative as a way to encourage homeowners to opt for VELUX's solar-powered options when installing skylights.

A Skylight for Every Ceiling

Maggie Bailey November 20, 2020

Have you ever thought about installing a skylight, then looked up at your ceiling and thought that there's just no way? You're not alone! One of the most common misconceptions about skylights is...

Debunking the 10 Most Common Myths...

Heather Holder October 23, 2020

Adding skylights to your home is a fun and effective way to create a spacious, open-air floorplan while also regulating your indoor air quality and temperature.

Introducing the VELUX Visualizer...

Maggie Bailey October 2, 2020

 

Using Your Roof Window as an Egress

Sarah Cocos September 18, 2020

We get a lot out of skylights: daylight, fresh air, a fun and healthy home upgrade. But sometimes you need even more out of a skylight or roof window: sometimes you need it to work as an egress.

Think You're Ready for Skylights?...

Sarah Cocos August 21, 2020

A lot of us are spending a lot of time at home lately. And one way we've found to fill all our extra time is with home projects like rearranging furniture, freshening up a room with a new coat of...

Skylights and Hurricanes

Allyson Miller August 14, 2020

Did you know that the Atlantic hurricane season officially starts in June each year? But because of summer heat waves and storm fronts, we usually don't see the worst of these tropical cyclones...