Sun tunnels

Why sun tunnels?
Many rooms have the problem of being much too dark. Not every room can have access to an outlying wall or the roof, making adding a larger window or skylight impossible. It wasn’t until recent technological developments that we could finally brighten up even the darkest areas of our homes. Sun tunnels are the best way for you to bring light into those rooms.




The incorporation of natural light is an important element of architecture. Not all of its beneficial factors can be reproduced by artificial lights, which is why sun tunnels have been invented. With sun tunnels, you can experience the dynamic light of the sun in your darkest rooms – your hallways, bathrooms, kitchens – as long as they’re 6 metres or closer to the roof.

How does it work?
It’s a simple trick. As the name suggests, the device is a tube connecting the roof to the room. The tube itself is highly reflective, almost like a mirror, not only guiding the light to the roof, but also amplifying it, letting you illuminate those darkest corners of your home, completely eliminating the need to switch on lights during the day. In fact, the light you get from a sun tunnel is much stronger than that of a light bulb, making this solution not only energy-efficient, but significantly boosting your mood throughout the day.

Sun tunnels come in a variety of shapes and sizes!
To best suit your needs and the structure of your home. Tile sun tunnels can be fitted to different roof materials, blending in to the tiles of your roof perfectly. There are also varieties intended for slate roofs and flat roofs, so no matter what type of roof your house has, you can install a sun tunnel. They come in a variety of diameters, with flexible and rigid tubes to choose from to best suit your needs.