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Bring Sunlight To Any Room

Posted: 7/17/2013

Tubular skylights can be an easy way to bring the light of day to dark closets and other areas
Tubular skylights can be an easy way to bring the light of day to dark closets and other areas.

(NAPSI)—Tubular skylights are a sleek new way to easily transfer the beauty of natural sunlight into your home. These innovative light sources can brighten spaces that lack natural sunlight, beautifully illuminating closets, hallways, bathrooms and laundry rooms.

The natural light transferred through tubular skylights can reduce eyestrain and may even act as a mood elevator. What’s more, they may help with energy costs because they may reduce the number of fixtures needed in a room. Maximizing daylight means you could go the whole day without turning on a light.

How It Works

A tubular skylight system captures and sends natural light down through highly reflective tubing. The diffuser, which is ceiling mounted, then spreads the light evenly through the room.

Now, the ODL ENERGY STAR−qualified Tubular Skylight system includes a Solar Powered Dimmer, which allows you to control the amount of natural light by simply installing it into a new or existing 10-inch ODL Tubular Skylight. A three-button remote control operates the dimmer’s shade from inside the house. At the touch of a button, you can regulate the amount of natural light, making this a particularly good choice for a media room, nursery, bedroom or any place where light restrictions are sometimes desired. In addition, the dimmer is the first of its kind that requires no hard wiring. Instead, it uses solar energy, which makes it easier and less expensive to install.

As a bonus, the design integrates two LED lights, giving you the option for a soft glow into an otherwise dark room or hallway during the hours of darkness—handy for families with small children who wake up in the middle of the night.

The ODL Tubular Skylight and Solar Powered Dimmer are available separately or as a package at major home retailers.

Learn More

For further facts, visit, call (866) 635-4968 or view a demonstration on YouTube.


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