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Unobtrusive tubular daylighting systems

Solarspot tubular daylighting systems have satisfied hundreds of customers, but before you take the plunge and join their ranks, there may be some questions you need answering. One that seems to crop up again and again is the question of discretion – just how noticeable will your Solarspot system be once it’s installed?

Some people can be put off by the idea of a Solarspot system, especially if they believe it will stand out in their kitchen, bathroom, or hallway after installation. There can also be the worry that fitting a Solarspot tubular daylighting system or sun pipe could disrupt the layout of your house; but let us put your mind at ease.

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We work with expert installers to make sure all your needs are met, and we’ll be with you every step of the way to discuss the best location and installation methods for you. In the past, Solarspot systems have been installed in some very unusual places using interesting methods! Underneath solar panels, from a kitchen through an upstairs bedroom and into the loft (disguised as a bookshelf area), bending pipes around seemingly impossible corners, and much more – we’re confident that we can meet all your aesthetic requirements!

Solarspot systems are guaranteed to be discreet and unobtrusive, while still maximising on the available daylight and allowing you to fill your dimly-lit space with beautiful natural light all year round. If you’re worried about how the system will fit in with the design of your kitchen, bathroom, or hallway, we’ll be happy to advise you on what would be best to meet your needs, and show you examples of our previous work so you can really get an idea of what we can do for you.

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To find out more about how Solarspot tubular daylighting systems can bring the light into your life while still fitting in with your interiors in a discreet and tidy way, contact us on 01908 299117 or browse our website for more information.

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