WEST LINN SKYLIGHTS

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Make Your Home Brighter and More Beautiful

The dedicated team at Allen Exterior Remodeling, Inc. installs skylight panels on the roof that allow maximum light to enter the building and reduce your electricity bill by using natural light. Enjoy the blue skies and starry nights from the comfort of your living space. We are a BBB-accredited, fully licensed (in Oregon and Washington), bonded, and insured business with over 16 years of experience. We also offer warranties and free estimates.

The Benefits of Skylights

With abundant levels of daylight all year round, property owners can subsequently reduce their overall reliance on artificial lighting. Not only does this result in a more attractive living or working space, it means cheaper utility bills – the savings of which can pay for the long term investment in a skylight.

Promotes Good Health and Mood

There’s nothing quite like being able to lay down on the floor of your West Linn home or office, look up and see nothing but sky through your remarkable skylight. There are many documented health benefits of exposure to natural light, from the Vitamin D production that it promotes, to assisting in the regulation of sleep cycles, to bolstering the immune system.

Ventilation

If your property suffers from poor air quality, then you may be surprised to hear that a skylight can help with this issue too. By opening skylights, you can recycle the air in your home or workplace through ventilation.

Roof Access

If you need to access your flat roof periodically, such as to carry out maintenance, you can opt for a skylight that completely opens.

Privacy

With homes and offices being built in ever-greater proximity to each other, it has become a challenge to provide plenty of access to natural daylight while also preserving the privacy of a building’s occupants. Installed on your flat roof, the lack of an angle to your skylight prevents any users of nearby buildings peering in, and still allows in as much light as possible. 

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