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  • Cutting Crew Glass Introduces Skylight Supplier Service in Burnaby

    (Transportation-News.com, September 25, 2015 ) Burnaby, BC -- Cutting Crew Glass, the premier supplier of glass products, has begun introducing their Burnaby skylight supplier service to residential and commercial establishments. While the company offers installation services as well, for those with the expertise and experience in installing skylights Cutting Crew Glass is the premier source of skylight materials for Greater Vancouver.

    "Today, people can get a wide variety of skylights, and they're actually very affordable," says Tom Pryce, the owner and manager of Cutting Crew Glass. "We can help customers pick the right size of fixed skylight supplies in Burnaby so that they can get a bit of natural light in the daytime."

    Fixed skylights cannot be opened, so their primary function is to let in sunlight during the day. They will never leak unless they are improperly installed. A vented skylight on the other hand can open to let in fresh air as well, although they may need to be closed during inclement weather.

    "As part of our Lower Mainland skylight supplier service, we help our customers choose the right brand of vented skylights so that they will never leak," assures Pryce. "We know which manufacturers offer superior standards so that the skylights don't leak when it rains."

    The main problem with vented skylights is that most of them are manually operated. Since they are opened and closed by hand, they are very inconvenient to operate when the ceiling is too high. However, according to Cutting Crew Glass there are modern alternatives that solve this problem.

    "Many of the newer skylights are motor-driven, and that means there's a convenient switch or even a remote control that can close or open the vented skylights," explains Pryce. "This means that people can easily close the open skylights when the weather turns nasty, and they can open the skylights afterwards to let out the warm air and to let in fresh cool air."

    That still means Burnaby residents will have to be alert for any signs of rain, and they will still have to operate the controls. But again, modern advances in technology offer new features that provide greater convenience for residents.

    "Some skylights today come with sensors so that they will automatically close when it rains," says Pryce. "And others come with timers so that the homeowners can set at what time the skylights will open and close.
    As the premier skylight supplier service in Burnaby, Cutting Crew Glass can help customers choose the right type and brand of skylight for their needs.

    "We just want to remind our customers that they need experience and expertise in carpentry, window installation, and drywall work before they begin installing skylights themselves," warns Pryce. "And if they're installing motor-driven skylights, they better have electrical experience as well."


    About Cutting Crew Glass:
    Cutting Crew Glass is a trusted source of skylight supplier services in Burnaby. They are located at 4150 Watling St, Burnaby, BC V5J 1V2, Canada and can be reached by phone at 604-341-8027. To learn more, visit the Cutting Crew Glass website at http://www.cuttingcrewglass.com, and like their Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cutting-Crew-Glass/349550868560726?fref=ts.

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