VELUX

Model QPF 2230 2004

Internet #202844231

22-1/2 in. x 30-1/2 in. Fixed Pan-Flashed Skylight with Laminated Low-E3 Glass

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VELUX skylights are an energy-efficient way to bring sunlight into a home and make dark rooms come to life. Bringing natural light into a home through a skylight decreases the need for electricity while maintaining privacy. Installing a skylight is one of the most impactful ways to enhance both the brightness and beauty of a room.

  • Features pre-installed metal pan-flashing, welded and painted flashing joints, and protective aluminum cladding - a combination which adds strength and durability
  • Designed for use with roofing sealant based installation with thin roofing materials, like asphalt shingles
  • Features laminated clean, quiet & safe glass with a neat glass coating that keeps your skylight cleaner, reduces unwanted outside noise, is energy efficient, and has an extra glass pane for added safety
  • Consider adding a VELUX solar powered blind (sold and shipped separately) which is eligible for a 30% federal solar tax credit and allows you to control the light
  • Consider upgrading to a solar powered fresh air skylight (model VSS) to bring both natural light and fresh air into your home using only the power of the sun, plus it is eligible for a 30% federal solar tax credit, making it very affordable
  • Please note: We recommend and most building codes require laminated glass for out of reach applications
  • VELUX QPF 2230 dimensions for rough opening are 22-1/2 in. wide x 30-1/2 in. tall

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22-1/2 in. x 30-1/2 in. Fixed Pan-Flashed Skylight with Laminated Low-E3 Glass
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I HAVE A 6/12 PITCH ROOF. WILL WATER HOLD ON THE FACE OR WILL IT DRAIN OFF?

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October 19, 2015
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On a 6/12 pitch, the water will drain off of the glass and the flashing. Thank you.
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What is the snow load rating?

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April 24, 2013
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210 lbs/ft2 - We have special glass options for a higher snowload rating, if needed. Please call us at 800-888-3589 to discuss.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it! We took out a large brick fireplace that was never used once in 35 years and replaced it with a seating area with 3 windows and a skylight. I love the skylight! It was fairly easy to install considering we had no idea what we were doing. We did get very lucky when we installed it in the right orientation; there is a side that goes up when installing the skylight horizontally. We hired a professional roofer to replace the shingles where the chimney used to be; the chimney was larger than the skylight and we were able to install new decking. That was more difficult than installing the skylight. May 28, 2013
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