How Can Industrial Skylights Improve Building Health

By Torrin Greathouse | February 20, 2018

Certain elements of your building’s interior, such as internal temperature, light quality, and air quality, can markedly affect the health and productivity of the building occupants. Incorporating industrial skylight into your facility greatly improves the building health in a few key ways.

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Daylighting's Effects on Workplace Productivity

By Jeff Brain | July 13, 2017

Daylighting is known to affect many aspects of how a business runs, including energy consumption, sales, and more. But evidence suggests that it may have
a direct, positive 
effect on productivity as well. 

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5 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Rely On Traditional Skylights

By Jeff Brain | June 22, 2017

In the history of lighting, skylights are one of the oldest and most relied upon forms of
illuminating a building. Because of their long history, the skylight has seen many iterations over the years. Despite this, many people still insist on using skylights which employ a traditional flat-pane design. 

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Can Reducing Artificial Light Boost Productivity?

By Torrin Greathouse | June 06, 2017

New studies are constantly discovering the benefits natural light over artificial light, yet many people are unaware of the benefits artificial lighting can offer. One major benefit is the way this changes productivity in a business.  There are both physiological and emotional reasons for this increase. 

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Why Should You Avoid Traditional Skylights?

By Torrin Greathouse | March 21, 2017

For thousands of years people have been using skylights to bring light into their homes, churches, and businesses. Despite how old this technology is, it has taken a long time to develop. Most people's’ mental image of one probably looks fairly similar, a horizontal window in the roof of a building. Despite how common they are, these traditional skylights are far less effective than many modern technologies.

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How Outdated Skylights Can Waste Your Money

By Jeff Brain | March 02, 2017

In some circles, skylights have a negative reputation. This reputation is largely due to the issues associated with their older, outdated, traditional design.

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The Dangers of Investing in Traditional Skylights

By Jeff Brain | January 17, 2017

Skylights have been a prominent feature of our architecture for thousands of years, but  within the last few decades there has been emphasis on refining their designs to be more efficient and cost effective. Traditional skylights are known to be extremely cheap and accessible,  and while this may seem appealing they actually present many issues that more modern skylights do not. 

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Can Commercial Skylights Help Raise Your Profit Margin?

By Jeff Brain | January 05, 2017

There a myriad of factors to consider when selecting a lighting system for any facility, but mostly those concerning costs and savings.One positive attribute  many people do not realize about commercial skylights is that in a commercial setting they can actually help to raise a business's profit margin. 

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5 Key Ways Skylights Can Save You Money

By Torrin Greathouse | December 13, 2016

Many facilities around the world integrate daylighting into their design to help cut operating costs and become more energy efficient. Most people do not realize the multitude of  different ways skylights can help you save.

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Are Skylights the Best Choice for Your Business?

By Torrin Greathouse | November 22, 2016

There are increasingly  more advanced, efficient, and cost-effective lighting systems flooding the market   which makes choosing the right lighting for your facility a complex decision.  Important factors to look at are  building design, energy costs, potential savings, geographical location, etc. 

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