Model # TMF 014 0000

Internet #202329733

Store SKU #703033

VELUX

14 in. Sun Tunnel Tubular Skylight with Flexible Tunnel and Pitched Flashing

  • Allows natural light to enter your space
  • Features a low-profile design for convenience
  • Flexible tunnel allows for ease of installation
$ 303 93
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Product Overview

  • Allows natural light to enter your space
  • Features a low-profile design for convenience
  • Flexible tunnel allows for ease of installation
VELUX SUN TUNNEL tubular skylights are a great way to brighten any space with energy-efficient natural light. They are perfect for interior rooms like bathrooms, closets, and hallways. The TMF skylight has flexible tubing, and its pitched metal flashing provides the optimum angle for gathering light from all directions.
  • The one piece pitched flashing is easy to install and provides optimal angles for gathering daylight on all roof exposures
  • Designed to be installed on shingle and other low profile roofing materials with a roof pitch between 14° and 60°
  • 8 ft. of flexible tunnel included in kit, which is the maximum installation length
  • Designed to be installed on shingle and other low profile roofing materials
  • Flexible tunnel included with kit is 8 ft. long
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Allows natural light to enter your space
  • Features a low-profile design for convenience
  • Flexible tunnel allows for ease of installation
Model #: TMF 014 0000
Sku #: 703033
Internet #: 202329733

VELUX SUN TUNNEL tubular skylights are a great way to brighten any space with energy-efficient natural light. They are perfect for interior rooms like bathrooms, closets, and hallways. The TMF skylight has flexible tubing, and its pitched metal flashing provides the optimum angle for gathering light from all directions.

  • The one piece pitched flashing is easy to install and provides optimal angles for gathering daylight on all roof exposures
  • Designed to be installed on shingle and other low profile roofing materials with a roof pitch between 14° and 60°
  • 8 ft. of flexible tunnel included in kit, which is the maximum installation length
  • Designed to be installed on shingle and other low profile roofing materials
  • Flexible tunnel included with kit is 8 ft. long
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Daylight Area (sq. ft.)
150
Product Depth (in.)
30.5 in
Product Height (in.)
96
Product Width (in.)
29 in
Rough Opening Height (In.)
20 in
Rough Opening Width (In.)
14.5 in

Details

Features
No Additional Features
Glass Type
Plastic
Included
Flashing,Hardware
Maximum Roof Pitch (degrees)
60
Minimum Roof Pitch (degrees)
14
Product Weight (lb.)
26.5lb
Returnable
90-Day
Skylight Mounting Type
Self Flashed
Tunnel Material
Polyester
Tunnel Type
Flex
UV Protection (%)
99

Warranty / Certifications

Energy Star Qualified
North-Central,Northern,South-Central,Southern
Manufacturer Warranty
10-year limited

Specifications

Dimensions

Daylight Area (sq. ft.)
150
Product Depth (in.)
30.5 in
Product Height (in.)
96
Product Width (in.)
29 in
Rough Opening Height (In.)
20 in
Rough Opening Width (In.)
14.5 in

Details

Features
No Additional Features
Glass Type
Plastic
Included
Flashing,Hardware
Maximum Roof Pitch (degrees)
60
Minimum Roof Pitch (degrees)
14
Product Weight (lb.)
26.5lb
Returnable
90-Day
Skylight Mounting Type
Self Flashed
Tunnel Material
Polyester
Tunnel Type
Flex
UV Protection (%)
99

Warranty / Certifications

Energy Star Qualified
North-Central,Northern,South-Central,Southern
Manufacturer Warranty
10-year limited

Questions & Answers

If the tube is very long going through the attic, does enough light come through? How long is too...

If the tube is very long going through the attic, does enough light come through? How long is too long?
Asked by: Lefty
The tubes are mirror-like, and so the length of the tube does not have a significant impact on light transfer. That said, the rigid tubes are somewhat more efficient than the flexible ones.
Answered by: James
Date published: 2018-12-17

We are looking for one that works on a tile roof? I’m assuming flexible tunnel is best?

We are looking for one that works on a tile roof? I’m assuming flexible tunnel is best?
Asked by: Michele
The choice of flexible tunnel or rigid has mostly to do with how well the center of the hole in the ceiling will match to the center of the hole in the roof. You don't want to cut rafters if possible, so the flex tunnel allows for significant offset between the two holes. The flashing on the roof is identical for either model.
Answered by: James
Date published: 2018-07-17

Is one 14" tunnel enough to sufficiently to light a 8 x 12 kitchen with a vaulted ceiling in Ohio...

Is one 14" tunnel enough to sufficiently to light a 8 x 12 kitchen with a vaulted ceiling in Ohio? Or do you recommend 2?
Asked by: Ed
We use these in our Habitat for Humanity homes for the bath. It measures 5' x 10' and often find ourselves "switching off the light" when we exit.
Answered by: HabitatDan
Date published: 2019-01-09

How long is the flexible duct? Are there extensions?

How long is the flexible duct? Are there extensions?
Asked by: joshcooper
The Velux flexible sun tunnel that is provided with the 14" skylight kit is nominally 8' long: Mine was actually a few inches longer (not to brag:) . But I needed 10'-6" length. Fortunately, the manufacturer offers a 12'-long flexible sun tunnel accessory, which I ordered separately from an on-line Velux skylight distributor. I trashed the 8' flexible tube that came with the kit and used the 12' tube in its place (easy to cut to length needed, following installation instructions).
Answered by: Grasshopper
Date published: 2018-10-02
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Customer Reviews

14 in. Sun Tunnel Tubular Skylight with Flexible Tunnel and Pitched Flashing is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 91.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Replaced My Rigid Sun Tunnel with Flexible One I replaced my roof a few months ago and have been a bit disappointed with the flexible sun tunnel. LOVED the rigid tunnel. Wanted to just replace the roof piece, but that wasn't an option. They do corrode, but there should be a replacement part for that. I had to replace the entire system, just for the boot piece. Had a great deal of light in the kitchen, but the flexible connector just doesn't have the same power. I wish I would have insisted the roofer put another rigid sun tunnel in. Also the old one had more of a clear attachment inside and the new one is quite opaque so that dims it more as well. I now have to turn on the lights much more than I used to. Is there a way I can get a clear cover or convert my flexible to a rigid system (it is a straight down shot from my roof to my inside cover)? I would give it a great big 5-star if I didn't have the old one to compare it to. If you have a choice, go with the rigid sun tunnel. Just so disappointed in the flexible one.
Date published: 2018-12-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love the light, hate the bugs. Had mine professionally installed by a contractor last year as part of a remodel. Put it in the utility room with no natural light. What a difference! Love how much light it lets in even after sundown. Unfortunately, within a couple of months there were a least a couple dozen dead, squarish bugs about 1/2" long in it. The contractor came back and cleaned them out and checked the installation and said everything was tight. But the bugs just keep accumulating. When I try to twist the trim ring to take it off to clean them out, it won't budge. Afraid I will break it. This sucks because I love the light but the bugs look terrible and are unavoidable when you look at it. So again, based on the performance, this tube is great. But the bugs really bring down the satisfaction. Not being able to easily clean it just compounds the issue.
Date published: 2019-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brings In So Much Light We had two Sun Tunnels installed with our new roof. The main living area of our home was on the dark side. The Sun Tunnels make so much difference. The area is bright and seems so much larger. They look clean and modern. We love them and highly recommend.
Date published: 2019-04-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not entirely thrilled No doubt the two sun tunnels I had professionally installed add much needed light to a dark kitchen. However, the light projected onto the ceiling lens has a number of "hot spots" and irregularities. It's not a deal-breaker, but it's nothing I've read about or seen in other reviews. The Velux rep looked at them and told me it's not uncommon to get this effect. If I'd known ahead of time, I might have invested in something different. Also, LED lights have not performed as advertised. May be bad batteries--will have to see what happens after they're replaced.
Date published: 2018-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Added much needed light to windowless bathroom Since our cabin was added onto several years ago, we ended up without any external windows in the bathroom. We replaced our roof this year and decided to add a skylight to improve the lighting. In the end we went with the smaller 14" model and it works very well at illuminating our 10' x 8' bathroom. Since we re-decked the roof during the re-roof, installation of the skylight wasn't that much of a big deal and it even works on our low slope roof. The only tricky bit was pulling down the foil solar tube and attaching it to the end of the diffuser fitting, but that was about 10 mins of effort and then done. The diffuser creates a 'blue' tinted white light similar to those new car headlamps and even diffuses moonlight at night! One word of praise for Velux customer support in this project - my wife managed to put her foot through the hole in the roof deck we had cut for the skylight and punched out the diffuser in the process, breaking its mounting tabs. Velux was kind enough to send four replacement tabs at no charge so we could finish the job off. Great customer service Velux - thank you.
Date published: 2012-11-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The directions that came with my product were inaccurate, listed essential parts that were not in... The directions that came with my product were inaccurate, listed essential parts that were not included, included essential parts that were not in the directions, and made the installation difficult. Simply put, the instructions I got did not match the item I purchased. Some specifics: the directions call for the use of a plastic tie to connect the flexible tunnel to the ceiling ring, but the product included a second snap ring instead, which I had to figure out. That meant we needed to fold over both ends of the tunnel, but here wasn't enough tape included to cover the fold on both ends. The instruction to install the upper portion did not match the diameter opening we had. So somewhat frustrating.
Date published: 2019-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sun Tunnel 10 Years and Counting Installed three (TSR 010) 10" Sun Tunnel Skylights about ten years ago and we are about to install a fourth into our galley kitchen space. We have been amazed with the amount of light this product provides our interior space. The best comment was from my father inlaw when we were about to go out to an early dinner which was "Are you going to turn off some of these lights?" We had to explain to him how they work...........fun times. I am starting to notice one of the outside lenses starting to haze over like modern headlight lenses on cars do. How do I go about buying a replacement lens?
Date published: 2018-09-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I was awaiting more light from this tunnel. But have... I was awaiting more light from this tunnel. But have to say it definitely works and helps bring light into dark rooms
Date published: 2019-05-17
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