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Skylights Perth- Made in Western Australia

 

We install dome skylights, bringing natural light into your home. Suitable for both Colorbond and tiled roofs, our domed skylights can light up your life- without raising your electricity bill.

 

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Skylights Perth Diagram

See our illustrative description for domed skylights Perth

Colorbond roofing colour chart

Choose a tab to see the Colorbond roofing colours for your skylight roof tray

FAQs for Skylights Perth

Read some of our most frequently asked questions related to skylights Perth

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cropped-logo_short_orange.pngFAQs

Find out answers to some of our most frequently asked questions for skylights Perth.

Yes. See our Colorbond roofing colour chart in the tabs above for colours.

We can usually have a skylight installed within a couple of hours.

Yes. The the distance between the ceiling and the external roof (the roof cavity) does make a difference to the amount of light that comes into the room.

Yes. A skylight installed on a north facing section of the roof will yield more light than a south pitched roof, as an example.

When installing a round skylight, it is advised generally speaking to use a 500mm round skylight for medium size spaces such as a bathroom. In a toilet area, you can install a smaller skylight from our range- a 400mm skylight is usually adequate.

Yes. Although, a site inspection is needed prior to installation to make sure it can be installed.

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Installing a fence on top of a limestone wall

By | September 1st, 2014|Categories: excavation, Fences, Limestone blocks|Tags: , , , , , , |

Arguably, one of the tidiest looking Colorbond fence installations sits upon limestone blocks. Why the tidiest? Because instead of the Colorbond posts being concreted into a hole in the dirt, a neat, round hole is [...]

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Landscaping for new areas of Perth and some things to consider.

By | March 10th, 2015|Categories: excavation, landscape design|Tags: , , , |

If you have a new Perth residential building block and are looking for affordable landscaping, we can design a number of different plans to incorporate into your space. If you are building for the first [...]

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Commercial artificial grass installation roof top West Perth

By | March 10th, 2015|Categories: Artificial Grass, commercial artificial grass|Tags: , , , , , |

Our artificial grass installations are not limited to your average suburban back yard. We have quickly become a specialist niche installer to some of Perth’s most prominent commercial fit out companies and designers. Artificial grass [...]

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Council driveway crossover installation- Perth and surrounds

By | March 8th, 2015|Categories: council crossovers, surfaces|Tags: , , , , , |

Council Crossovers The installation of a council crossover must meet all specifications of your council; each council may require something slightly different to the next. This is why you should work with a trade contractor [...]

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Limestone Blocks: Natural Vs. Reconstituted Blocks

By | March 8th, 2015|Categories: Limestone blocks|Tags: , , , |

Natural Limestone blocks are the result of cutting limestone straight out of the ground from limestone quarries into blocks. Natural limestone is 100% limestone, and as such has a natural, desirable texture. Above: Limestone quarry [...]

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Artificial Grass

By | February 24th, 2015|Categories: Artificial Grass|Tags: , , , , , , |

As people find themselves with fewer and fewer spare hours in the day, installing artificial grass in place of the time consuming real stuff has become more and more socially acceptable. Artificial grass is like [...]

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Fence Plinths for under Colorbond fence (Timber style fence plinths)

By | February 17th, 2015|Categories: Fences, plinths|Tags: , , , |

In some cases, timber or steel plinths are required to infill gaps under a Colorbond fence. This fence line was installed to accommodate the landscape of the block on the elevated side leaving a gap issue [...]

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