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About Us

Southern Maine Skylight specializes in making your life lighter and brighter with new VELUX skylights. With a smooth and hassle-free installation process, you can start enjoying your new slice of the sky.

Meet your Skylight Specialist

  1. Our Company

    Southern Maine Skylight was founded in January of 2013 by Travis Blake. Travis Blake has been in the remodeling business since 1987 and has always worked with Quality Products and Vendors. So to work with a company like Velux and become their 5 star installer for Southern Maine was a "No Brainer". Southern Maine Skylight will help you bring light to your home. We can help you with product selection and make sure you are taking advantage of all available tax credits. Velux is the leader in the skylight business and we are here to support them in our area.
  2. Certified VELUX 5-Star Installer

    We specialize in VELUX products and have achieved our company's highest standard of certification as an independent installer of VELUX products. We have the ability and desire to assist you with all of your VELUX skylight product needs.
  3. Our Credentials

Southern Maine Skylight
Installer ratings and reviews

  • Christopher Sprague

    I hired Southern Maine Skylight in September 2018 to replace two aging skylights in the master bedroom. Everything went well initially - from the consult to the installation, which was done in a very timely manner. However, in the spring of 2019, I noticed that the rain sensors didn't appear to be working at all. At first I figured that perhaps they weren't sensitive enough to close in light rain, but eventually they were subjected to some real downpours during thunderstorms while I was home, and a lot of water was getting inside, some on some bedside electronics - definitely not intended behavior. A broken or misaligned rain sensor is probably an easy fix, but several messages left starting near the end of the month of May through mid July went unacknowledged. An earlier version of this review prompted a response, and Travis took full responsibility for dropping the ball. He did say that he thought an earlier internal email about it was CC'd to their installer, but ended up not having been. In any case, at this point they scheduled a visit a short time later, and they did in fact come and move the rain sensor out from under the window more (my roof is steep enough that the window has an "umbrella" effect, so the fix was to move it to the top side of the pane). I've been good ever since. For initial install, they did a good job apart from the rain sensor issue, which took a bit too much work on my side to have fixed, but they did follow through. Hopefully that's an anomaly.
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