J & G Chapman
"Ron Tibbs of Skylight Specialists listened to our needs, and installed a solar panel which provided power to 7 - 24 watt units, & 2 - 12 watt units for us. One of the 24 watt units also includes the ability to be switched to mains power for night use. Ron was professional in every way, providing sound advice, and conducting the installation with the minimum of fuss & mess. We are extremely happy with the result, The outcome is amazing in how it has transformed the amount of light to each of the rooms. We highly recommend Ron, and his product."
Brad and Wendy Fox
"Ron installed a skylight for us earlier this year. Ron was on time, professional and efficient, offering suggestions and samples so that we were able to make our decision easily. What a difference it has made to our home!"
Michael Perry Site Supervisor AV Jennings
"Having been involved in the building industry for nearly 40 years, the search for the perfect skylight has been exhausting. From the glass type of yesteryear to the fibreglass type "plastic bubble" sitting on the roof surface, there have been many and varied types. The poly carbonate type bubble was very successful but after many years of exposure to the sun, they became brittle and the first decent hail storm, you came home to a very wet floor below what used to be a source of light to a dimly lit hallway, and then the costly replacement cost."
"Enter to the market, the solar powered skylight that in my opinion is a godsend. The finished product as seen on the ceiling is an unobtrusive flush mounted unit that just look like a larger version of a down light. But the secret is it is powered by the sun!"
"After a search for two years to find a new type of skylight, Ron from Skylight Specialists suggested I try this alternative unit. He installed the simplest of a light source in my hall way and when I got home that after noon I was angry at my daughter for leaving the hall light on in when there was still plenty of daylight left. This unit is amazing. All you see on the roof line is a 300m square solar panel about 50mm high and that's it, so, so simple."