Let the Sun Shine in to Your Southeast Michigan Home!

Our  skylights bring natural light, fresh air, and plenty of energy efficiency to local homes.

Skylights Replacement and Installation

If your southeast Michigan home feels depressingly dark and dingy, why not brighten it up with a splash of natural sunlight? At MNM Construction , we install beautiful skylights that can turn even the most cramped home interior into one that’s airy, open and attractive.

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Not your typical skylight window products, we offer a variety of skylight solutions that are engineered for far greater performance and day-to-day functionality. Our skylight consultants can help you choose the perfect style for your budget, space constraints, and lighting requirements:

  • Fixed Skylights: These skylights are probably what you think of when you think of skylights. They’re built with a stationary windowpane that does not open or close, providing high energy efficiency and a permanent watertight seal.
  • Tinted Skylights: Tinted skylights can reduce glare, lower solar heat gain, and help improve your home’s energy efficiency. Control the tint from your mobile device or set an automatic schedule—the choice is yours.
  • Venting Skylights: Venting skylights are like a window in your roof, providing all the lighting benefits of a traditional skylight, plus fresh air circulation. Choose from electric, solar-powered, or manual operation!
  • Solar Powered Skylights: Reduce your carbon footprint and provide natural lighting for your home! Easy open and close with the touch of a button.

Local Experts for Your Southeast Michigan Skylight Installation

Regardless of whether you choose a fixed or operable product, you need to hire trained experts for your skylight replacement. Improper installation can lead to trapped condensation, water leaks, and significant roof damage—resulting in more stress than value!

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