Velux. With an angle adapter, the new line of sun tunnels be installed in a straighter line to the ceiling, resulting in more light output, the manufacturer says. A stable dome-to-flashing connection protects against expansion and contraction, and the metal flashing features pre-drilled holes for easier nailing. A new dome shape gathers light from more angles. Impact-resistant models are also available. 800.283.2831.

B&B Sheet Metal. The Gable Skylight is one of the company's traditional-style, custom-made skylights crafted by in-house artisans and technicians. Customers choose from copper, stainless steel, terne-coated stainless steel, or lead-coated copper and also have eight available glass options and optional protective screens. With an average turnaround time of three to seven days, this flat-roof skylight combines good design and functionality. 718.433.2501.


Sun-Tek. As record-breaking storms batter the U.S., Extreme Weather Skylights aim to fill a growing consumer demand. The high-impact and high wind-velocity units are available for 120-mph or greater wind zones. All six available models have passed the Metro Dade approval process and meet or exceed all Florida building codes. 800.334.5854.


Solatube. Bypass rafters and other ceiling obstructions more easily with the 0-to-90-degree extension tube. Composed of three built-in 30-degree-angle adapters, the tube is made with the company's proprietary Spectra-light Infinity material to allow twists and turns without compromising light quality. Extension tubes are available on the Brighten Up series of 10- and 14-inch units. 800.966.7652.