Frequently Asked Questions




How do I get light into a part of a building where it's not practical to install a window?


Dimly lit interiors such as corridors, some modern bathrooms between bedrooms, dressing rooms, staircases or cellars can be particularly uncomfortable to use.

Thanks to the light tunnel, natural light can now be delivered throughout a building saving electricity and making such places more of a pleasure to spend time in. A light tunnel cleverly channels daylight which enters the light transmitting tube through a dome mounted onto the roof. The sun's rays are reflected off the walls of the flexible tube on to the light diffuser fitted into an internal ceiling. The diffuser spreads the light, evenly illuminating the whole interior of the room as if it had a window.

Our light tunnels can also make a difference at night through the installation of a light kit.

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