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There’s no more energy efficient light source than the sun, and Sun Tunnel skylights make it possible to enjoy beautiful, natural sunlight right in your home. Tubular skylights provide daytime lighting from above that works with any décor. Your skylight captures sunshine, projecting it through a tube and into your living space.
Even the darkest rooms in your home can now become cheery and sunny – without spending a fortune to pay for electricity. Each drop of sunshine is optically enhanced by traveling through a reflective tunnel in your roof, cascading into your room naturally without glare or hot spots.
Just imagine not having to flick a switch every time you enter that closet, corner of the hallway, or entryway. Even if the space above your ceiling doesn’t lead directly to your roof, a Sun Tunnel skylight shaft can be designed to provide natural light for free.
Carolina Temperature Control offers a wide selection of Sun Tunnel Skylights, expert installation, and the peace of mind that comes from knowing you’ve chosen the best for your home. You don’t need to worry about the weather, leaks, or security issues – Sun Tunnel skylights have been engineered for the utmost safety and reliability.
Here are just a few reasons our customers in the Grand Strand, Horry, Georgetown, and surrounding areas love their Sun Tunnel Skylights:
• Adding beautiful natural light to any space, even on cloudy days
• Helping indoor plants to thrive
• Easing the symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), also known as the winter blahs
• A rock solid 10-year manufacturer’s warranty
• Flexible design allows installers to “bend the light” around obstructions and through any type of
• Complete energy efficiency
If you’ve seen a Sun Tunnel Skylight in one of your friends’ or neighbors’ homes, you know just how beautiful they are. The next step toward getting one for yourself is calling Carolina Temperature Control.
Call (843) 651-6000 now for more information on Sun Tunnel Skylights
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