Things We Believe In
This video “The Story of Stuff” really makes us think about what we’re consuming, where our stuff comes from and where it goes.
At Skylights Unlimited Inc we believe that using higher quality products and materials along with better construction methods builds the best results which will last a very long time – we guarantee it. We know our clients are also very aware of the detriment of using poor quality products that end up being broken and discarded after only a short period. If you also don’t want to be a part of wasteful consumerism watch this video and consider your options when choosing a skylight.
If It's Worth Doing, It's Worth Doing Right
“My father told me over and over as a child (and he still repeats it) that if something is worth doing, it’s worth doing right. I have found this to be true in all aspects of life, and have made this one of my core philosophies for Skylights Unlimited Inc. This applies to all our processes from the sales and presentation to the completion of any renovation.” Denis Charron
Slow and Steady Wins the Race
“After 33 years of running Skylights Unlimited Inc I am still very content to be a small owner managed operation. Many companies try to grow very large for the sake of profitability, but quite often suffer a great loss in quality of workmanship and service. We serve our clients better by being able to focus on each job carefully.” Denis Charron
Familiarity Breeds Content
“A new twist on an old saying- some people may argue that doing the same thing over and over could easily become boring. We believe that doing the same thing over and over makes somebody very good at what they do. It also makes them efficient, quick and familiar with most possible eventualities. We are very content to do things well for our clients.” Denis Charron
Better Tools Do Better Work
“Any type of job can be done best by using better tools. Better tools do more precise work, and make it easier for the craftsman to work efficiently. We pride ourselves on supplying our crews with the tools they require, to be much more efficient and offer better value in the long run."