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Oregon Skylights
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Home and Commercial Skylights

Glass Skylights

Glass Skylight

LR Glass & Window sells and installs skylights from Crystalite which is a renowned manufacturer of high-quality glass skylights, offering innovative solutions that enhance natural light and architectural aesthetics. These glass skylights are designed to bring the beauty of the outdoors into your home or business spaces while providing functionality and energy efficiency.

These glass skylights use of premium materials, ensuring durability and longevity. They are NAMI certified and NFRC rated for thermal performance. These skylights protect against air infiltration, water penetration, and load-bearing capacity commonly referred to as ‘AAMA Testing. This makes sure of the ability of the skylight structure to support or bear the various loads imposed on it, including the weight of the skylight itself, as well as external factors such as snow, hail, strong wind, and other environmental loads. Therefore, when discussing the resilience or capability of skylights to withstand different forces

Our glass skylights are made of aluminum and glass for long lasting service. They are Energy Star rated so you can be sure they block heat or cool air loss. They have Lo E coatings to help with heat transmission from incoming sunlight.

Dome Skylights

Dome Skylight

Dome skylights are a specific type of skylight design characterized by their curved, dome-shaped structure. These skylights are popular for both residential and commercial buildings, offering unique aesthetic appeal along with functional benefits. The curvature helps in shedding water and debris more effectively than flat skylights, reducing the risk of leaks and clearing away of debris that can pile up on flat glass skylights. These domed skylights are available is many different frame types, shapes, and sizes to meet yours needs.

Venting Skylights

Venting Skylight

Venting skylights, also known as ventilating skylights, are designed with the additional feature of allowing controlled airflow between the interior and exterior of a building. These skylights can be opened or adjusted to facilitate ventilation, providing a range of benefits for indoor air quality, comfort, and energy efficiency. Here are key features and aspects of venting skylights. Venting skylights come with various operational mechanisms for opening and closing. Common options include manual hand cranks, motorized controls, or remote control systems. Some advanced venting skylights may be integrated into smart home automation systems, allowing users to control them remotely via smartphones or other devices.

Venting skylights promote the exchange of indoor and outdoor air, helping to refresh the indoor environment and reduce the buildup of indoor pollutants. During summer evenings they can be helpful in cooling down the inside of the house by creating an upward draft of hot air pulling in cooler air from the side windows. Venting skylights can assist in moisture control by allowing humid air to escape, reducing the risk of condensation and mold growth.

Tubular Skylights (TDD)

Tubular Skylight

Tubular skylights, also known as Tubular Daylighting Devices (TDDs) or sun tunnels, are innovative and energy-efficient lighting solutions designed to bring natural sunlight into interior spaces that lack direct access to traditional windows or skylights. Tubular skylights consist of a series of components that capture, transfer, and diffuse sunlight, providing a cost-effective and eco-friendly way to illuminate indoor areas.

Tubular skylights consist of a highly reflective tube that extends from the roof to the ceiling of the interior space. The tube is made of materials with high reflectivity, such as polished metal or coated plastic, to maximize the capture and transfer of sunlight.

Custom Sloped Glazing

Custom Sloped Glazing

Custom sloped glazing refers to specialized architectural glazing solutions that are uniquely designed to fit and complement sloped surfaces within a building's structure. This type of glazing is often customized to meet specific design requirements, providing both functional and aesthetic benefits. Custom sloped glazing is seamlessly integrated into the architectural design of a building to enhance its overall aesthetics. It is often used in areas with non-traditional roof or wall slopes, such as atriums, skylights, or facades.

One of the primary advantages of custom sloped glazing is its design flexibility. Architects and designers can tailor the glazing system to meet the unique geometric requirements of the building, creating visually stunning and distinctive spaces. Sloped glazing allows natural light to infiltrate spaces that may be challenging to illuminate using traditional vertical windows. This can result in well-lit interiors and a connection to the outdoor environment.