Solar Tubes

Add Natural Light to Your Home

A solar tube comes in a 10 inch-diameter, and also in a 14 inch-diameter tube that has a polished interior and made of sheet-metal. These are also known as light tube, tubular skylight, sun tunnel, and sun tube. It channels light through the entire length and at the same time preserves the intensity of the light, with the interior acting as a continuous mirror while capturing the daylight on your roof, and carrying it to the inside of your home.
The solar tube on your roof captures light through a plastic globe that’s weather-proofed. Then, there is a tube that runs into the room below through a porthole, which diffuses into the portal that’s built into the ceiling. The globe on the roof collects the outside light and is dis-fused or spread as a pure white glow. It gives a dramatic effect, in fact, homeowners that have had these installed have went so far as to reached without thinking as they are leaving a room, to turn off the lights.

Energy Efficient

Solar tube light is captured and diffused into the home, unlike the direct sunlight of a skylight. Skylights allow up to three times the direct sunlight than regular windows. This creates energy loss through heat gain, especially during the summer and in hot climates. 

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Benefits of Solar Tubes


By using natural light, you save on electricity and keep spaces well lit without a switch. The innovative technology allows rooms to stay brighter exactly where they were you want.


No need to worry about forgetting to turn off a light switch or overusing electricity. Solar lights are environmentally friendly and cut the waste spent on electricity when the sun is shining! Great for regions with lots of natural light like Eastern Washington!

Quick &

Unlike adding large skylights, windows, solar panels or other natural light sources – Our Solar Tubes can be installed within 2-3 hours starting at $1,195 with a full guarantee.


Depending on your area and current tax laws, you might qualify for tax breaks when you utilize solar tubing! Contact your accountant for more in-depth details and to see if you would qualify.