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Velux Skylights & Blinds

For more than 80 years, the VELUX Group has created better indoor environments by providing roof windows, sun tunnels, blinds and shutters into homes and other buildings all over the world. The VELUX Group was founded in Denmark and is today an international company with a presence in more than 36 countries, including Australia.

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Elevate Your Space with Velux Skylights and Blinds

Welcome to Velux Skylights, your gateway to illuminating and enhancing your living environment. Velux Australia is renowned for its commitment to bringing natural light and fresh air into your home with skylights, blinds, and window solutions.


Are you considering installing Velux skylights in your home? Our experts have you covered. Learn more about Velux skylight installation, including the best alternatives as recommended by professional skylight suppliers and how to install a Velux skylight for maximum impact.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Velux?

Velux is a brand that specialises in skylights, roof windows, and blinds. They offer high-quality products that are designed to bring natural light into your home or office.

What are Velux skylights?

Velux skylights are windows that are installed on your roof to allow natural light to enter your home or office. They come in a variety of styles, including fixed, manually operated, and electrically operated.

What are Velux blinds?

Velux blinds are window coverings that are designed to fit Velux skylights. They offer honeycomb and blackout varieties and can help you control the amount of light that enters your home or office.

Can I install Velux skylights and blinds myself?

While it is possible to install Velux skylights and blinds yourself, it is recommended that you hire a professional installer. This will ensure that the skylights and blinds are installed correctly and safely.

How do I clean my Velux skylights and blinds?

To clean your Velux skylights and blinds, use a soft cloth or sponge and a mild cleaning solution. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or materials that could scratch the glass or damage the blinds.