Crown Introduces Its "Smart Skylight" Allowing Homeowners to Control Natural Light Entering the Room

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Crown's patented DynamicTint Insert does not require one to replace their skylight because it conveniently snaps into the existing frame without the requirement for fasteners or any other tools. Above all, the insert's cost begins at $395 and can be easily installed in a matter of minutes.

FREMONT, CA: Crown Electrokinetics, a leading smart glass technology company with a patented thin-film solution, has declared the launch of its insert for home skylight, which enables one to control the amount of light entering the room. Crown's patented DynamicTint Insert does not require one to replace their skylight because it conveniently snaps into the existing frame without the requirement for fasteners or any other tools. Above all, the insert's cost begins at $395 and can be easily installed in a matter of minutes.

Generally high in the ceiling and out of reach, the vast majority of existing skylights cannot prevent unwanted light, glare, or heat. Crown's DynamicTint skylight insert enables one to quickly and easily adjust the level of the desired tint, therefore controlling the amount of light and heat entering the room. Crown's affordable insert improves one's comfort and content in the home.

"While most of the time we enjoy the sunlight flowing through our skylights, it can also be a nuisance, and you may want to reduce the glare and excessive heat caused by unfiltered light. Crown's DynamicTint Insert not only gives you the ability to control a room's light, but it's also a way to make your home more sustainable", stated Crown Chairman & CEO, Doug Croxall.

"The amount of the sun's energy transmitted through a typical skylight can contribute significantly to your cooling costs. I am excited about the DynamicTint Insert and look forward to being able to easily control the sunlight entering a room at any time of the day," stated Steve Easley, a notable building science consultant and the creator of The Forever House, a paradigm for energy efficiency.

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