Skylight Options for Your Customers - August 2020

By Bob “Duke” Dutkiewicz, National Sales Manager, Kennedy Skylights
Fri, Aug 28, 2020

Glass, polycarbonate and tubular skylights dot roofs throughout the state. As modern kitchens moved away from exterior walls to become the central focus point of the home, we starved this area from natural light, which increased the popularity of skylights and tubular skylights. With many of the new home now designed with windowless kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms, the use of skylights and tubular skylights will continue to increase. 


Here is some basic information on skylight choices. Hopefully this information will help you when discussing skylight options with your customers. Read More


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