ADDING LIGHT WITHOUT RECURRING COSTS
While we can engineer your building to handle the collateral load required to hang electrical lights throughout the building’s ceiling, we also offer numerous ways to illuminate the interior of the building with natural light.
Are also referred to as light transmitting panels. These wall panels are equally strong as standard 26 gauge sheeting but allow some filtered natural light to pass through the building’s perimeter. These are a good choice for buildings where the intended use could break glass windows.
Installed in the roof of the building, these clear openings offer an alternative to electrical overhead lighting. Skylights are always fixed, so if you are looking for roof ventilation, we suggest adding a ridge vent in addition to the skylights.
Sometimes called picture windows, these yield unfiltered natural light horizontally across the building’s interior. Fixed windows start at 3030 (3’ wide by 3’ tall) but opposed to the horizontal or vertical slide windows, these openings offer different shapes such as a 2070 (2’ wide by 7’ tall) or 1070 (1’ wide x 7’ tall).
Can feature fixed windows below the accessory’s 7:12 roof pitch. The light provided by these small windows is often more aesthetic than functional since the light will not penetrate the building’s interior in a wide manner.