Solatube or Solar Lights?
If you can’t fit a traditional style Solatube Skylight where you want it – or you would like a better light distribution, whilst maintaining the feel of natural light – Solar Light Whiz solar lights may be the answer you are looking for. Not only will these solar skylights give you solar lighting, but they also offer you the possibility of using the solar lights at night.
Solatube Style – Bushfire Rated Solar Skylights
It is possible to install traditional Solatube style skylights as bushfire rated solar skylights. However, the installation becomes complex and more expensive. Why not deal with the problem in a simple and cost effective way and install bushfire rated solar lights from Solar Light Whiz?
Installing Solar Light Whiz Solar Skylights is simple and easy – so if you are a bit of handy man – why not save your self the installation cost and install your solar lights yourself!
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Solar SkyLights – Anywhere
The Solar Light Whiz solar skylights allow you to connect multiple solar lights to one single solar panel – so that you can distribute the light better – and have proper solar lighting throughout the whole area you want to illuminate with solar lights – not just a part of the room.
Generally, distributing traditional skylights to get an even light throughout the room – is cost prohibitive – but with solar skylights – the difference between one large or multiple smaller solar skylights is minimal – but the benefits of good light distribution are significant.
Solar Lighting in multi-storey homes and buildings – Solar Skylights
If you live in – or even if you have visited a multi-storey home – you will know how dark they are downstairs, especially the corridors, hallways and internal rooms like toilets and laundries. Installing solar lights with one or multiple solar skylights will make a huge difference to the feeling of these rooms for anybody entering your home.
Follow the link to view/download more information in the Solar Light Whiz solar lights brochure.