top of page

Compton Crescent

Project Photos

Project Description

The first stage would have involved an assessment of the area where the skylight was to be installed. This assessment would have taken into account factors such as the size and design of the skylight, the type of roofing material, and the location of any potential obstructions that might affect the installation process.


Once the assessment was completed, the installation process would have begun. This would have involved the removal of the section of the roof where the skylight was to be installed, followed by the insertion of the skylight into the opening.

The next stage would have been to seal the skylight to prevent any water from leaking into the home. This would have involved the use of specialized materials and techniques to ensure a watertight seal.


Finally, the installation would have been completed by finishing the interior and exterior of the skylight. The interior finishing would have involved the installation of any necessary framing and trim work, while the exterior finishing would have involved the installation of flashing and other weatherproofing materials to protect against the elements.


Overall, a full skylight installation from start to finish in a home in Richmond Hill, Ontario, would have involved careful planning, skilled workmanship, and attention to detail to ensure that the installation was successful and met the homeowner's expectations.

Project Details

Skylight Size

4ft x 3ft

Ceiling Opening Size

11ft x 9ft

Rooms Installed In


Roof Type

Sloped Roof Shingles

Number of Flares


Moulding Type

Ceiling Flush Mount


Pot Lights and LED Strip



bottom of page