The Skylight Window Tinting Process
Since skylights are architecturally and structurally different across many properties, there is no one single solution when it comes to skylight window tinting. That’s why it requires a consultation in order to discover if window tinting is possible for your skylight.
Modern domed skylights often have a piece of flat glass on the interior to which window tint can be applied to. However, older rounded skylights may not have this type of flat glass. There are certain products like Drywired Liquid Nanotint that can be applied in certain commercial settings to these rounded skylights but our team will need to discuss these further in order to see if this would be a viable solution.
Ventilating, Flat, and Pyramid Skylights
These usually can have window tint applied since they are made up of flat surfaces. However, in some cases, there may be certain positioning that can hinder tinting services. A window tinting contractor will have to discuss these further with you.
External Film Options
In some cases, skylights will have a flat exterior surface in which an exterior film may be applied. This solution may be viable depending on what type of glass was used to manufacture your skylight. Again, this will require a more in-depth consultation to find out if an exterior film can be used to tint your skylight.