Skylight System



A skylight system is specifically designed to work from the roof top. This system gives natural light that transmit from the outdoors. Skylight systems are architectural features designed to introduce natural light into a building, reducing the need for artificial lighting during the day. This can enhance the visual comfort of occupants and create a more pleasant indoor environment.  

Overall, skylight systems offer numerous benefits for buildings, including improved daylighting, energy efficiency, indoor comfort, and aesthetic enhancement, when properly designed, installed, and maintained.


Skylight systems are typically designed to withstand exposure to the elements, including rain, wind, and snow. Durable materials such as aluminum, steel, and high-performance glazing ensure long-term performance and weather resistance.

Skylight systems should adhere to safety standards and building codes to ensure structural integrity and prevent hazards such as falling or impact-related accidents. Safety features may include tempered or laminated glass, protective screens, and proper installation methods.

Skylight systems contribute to the architectural design and aesthetic of a building, enhancing its visual appeal both internally and externally. Design options may include different shapes, sizes, and configurations to suit various architectural styles and preferences.