At ASI we offer many options for noth glass an non-glass skylights. Read more below to learn about our product offerings, process and vendors.

Skylight Vendors

Glass Skylights

Glass skylights are transparent or translucent roofing elements installed in roofs or ceilings to allow natural light to enter interior spaces, typically constructed using glass materials, providing both illumination and an outdoor view.

Exceptional Clarity

Glass skylights offer unparalleled clarity, delivering a crystal-clear view of the sky and surroundings, enhancing the aesthetic appeal of interior spaces while maximizing natural light penetration.

Long-Lasting Durability

Glass skylights are known for their robustness and resistance to environmental factors, ensuring they maintain their pristine appearance and performance for many years, making them a lasting investment.

Thermal Efficiency

Glass skylights equipped with energy-efficient glazing can help control temperature fluctuations, reducing energy consumption and offering superior insulation benefits to keep interior spaces comfortable year-round.

Non-Glass Skylights

Non-glass skylights refer to skylighting solutions that bring natural light into a space using materials other than glass, such as acrylic or polycarbonate, offering varying degrees of translucency and diffusion of daylight while meeting specific design or performance requirements.

Lightweight Design

Non-glass skylights, often constructed with lightweight materials like acrylic or polycarbonate, are easy to install and place less structural load on the roof, simplifying construction and reducing installation costs.

Diffused Natural Light

Non-glass skylights disperse natural light evenly, reducing glare and minimizing harsh shadows, creating a more comfortable and aesthetically pleasing indoor environment.

Impact Resistance

Non-glass skylights made from durable materials like polycarbonate can withstand impacts and extreme weather conditions, providing added safety and security, making them suitable for high-traffic or adverse weather locations.