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Category Archives: Commercial
Solarspot’s range of system’s are all carefully designed to bring the maximum amount of light into your home where it would be impractical or too expensive to put a complete window. Dull or dark areas of your house can be … Continue reading
We can provide flashing for many different types of roofing, to make sure your Solarspot tube is weather tight, maintenance- free and fits neatly into the roof. For flat roofs we have circular, spun aluminium flashing that can be installed … Continue reading
Vegalux tubing -the most reflective tubing material in the world- is used in all Solarspot systems. Offering 99.7% reflectivity, no other material or technology offers as much as this. The tubing is comprised of anodised aluminium sheets with 3m Daylighting … Continue reading
Working in an office, staring at a screen all day underneath flickering fluorescent lights, can have negative effects on your health and well-being, especially in winter when reliance on artificial lighting increases as the nights draw in. You can experience … Continue reading
The Solarspot Daylighting systems are ideal for lighting up the workspace.
Once upon a time, saloons in the US advertised free lunches for those who bought at least one drink – but what the customers didn’t realise was that many of the foods provided were high in salt, so they ended up buying more drinks; hence the saying that there is no such thing as a free lunch!
you may need no extra persuasion to enjoy the benefits of a tubular daylighting system, apart from one nagging question that you may have.
tubular daylighting systems transform a dimly lit bathroom into an aesthetically pleasing area flooded by natural daylight.
It’s not just the eco-warriors and environmentalists who need to take the business of natural daylight seriously.
We asked BRE, an independent and impartial, research- based consultancy, testing and training organisation to test and compare three systems currently on the market