As humans, we crave airy spaces flooded with natural daylight, which makes the addition of skylights one of the most impactful remodeling projects that you can do for a home or office. Daylight and fresh air naturally add drama to any space, making it more beautiful, healthy and energy efficient. Our mission is to bring these elements into as many homes as possible.

New Cut-Ins

It is a misconception that skylights can only be added into a cathedral ceiling. While that is a great place for a skylight, it is not the only place it can be added. New skylights can be installed to many different spaces, ceilings, and roof types. This is called a “new cut in,” which requires opening the roof, framing the area for the skylight, and creating a watertight seal. 

The final phase of the new skylight installation is to seamlessly tie in the interior finish work to make it look as though the skylight was always there. Synergy Skylights walks you through the  process from design, product selection, to complete installation.

What Happens During an initial Consultation?

During a first consultation, we will assess your roof and the area where you would like a new cut-in. This will help guide our discussion as we help you go through the skylight options available to you, based on your home and needs. The first consultation is also a great opportunity to ask us any question you have about the process, how long it will take, and any additional information you may look for before the new cut-in skylight installation.

Wasco and VELUX Skylight Installation

Synergy Skylights is a certified VELUX and Wasco service provider providing skylight installation services to residential homes in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. 

VELUX Skylights are a dependable option that offers a wide selection to choose from. We install all VELUX skylight sizes and types to add natural light and fresh air to your home.

Wasco Skylights (were purchased by VELUX and now part of VELUX Commercial) offer quality acrylic, polycarbonate, and glass skylights that come in a wide variety of sizes and types including dome skylights and pyramid skylights.