Wasco Skylight Cost, Savings and Tax Credit

Photo of a roof with open Wasco E-Class Solar powered motorized venting Skylights
Wasco E-Class Solar powered motorized venting Skylights

Skylights are a great addition to any home. They provide natural light and fresh air in a way that normal windows just can’t compete with. However, skylight costs are often a major concern for customers who are thinking about investing in one.  

After all, they’re pretty expensive, right?  

Well actually, no. Although the initial price tag might make it appear that a skylight is out of your budget, it’s important to take into consideration how much money one could save you.  

Data provided by the U.S government shows that, depending on where they live, the average homeowner spent anywhere from $98 to $130 on their electricity bill each month. For many of us, that’s simply too much!  

Installing a residential skylight can help you to spend less on electricity every month. By allowing natural light into your home, you’ll avoid having to turn on the lights during the daytime. You can enjoy warm sunshine without jacking up your electricity bill. 

Below, we’ve outlined some information on the cost of different Wasco skylight models and provided some tips on saving money when you buy one.  

Whats the Average Cost of a Wasco Skylight? 

Skylights come in a variety of different makes and models. Certain models operate manually while others are remote-controlled. The cost of each model depends on its features and dimensions.  

Wasco sells a Fixed Mount model that will only cost a few hundred bucks (including installation). These skylights can’t be opened, but they are a fantastic source of natural light.  

Wasco Deck Mounted Manual Venting and Curb Mounted Manual Venting skylights, on the other hand, can be opened and closed whenever you’d like. Although they cost a bit more than Fixed Mount skylights, they can save you money in the long run by helping you cut down on the costs of air conditioning.  

If you have a bit more money in your budget, Wasco sells a number of  Deck Mounted Solar Venting and Curb Mounted Solar Venting skylights. These models not only open and close but can be operated via a mobile device. 

The list below lays out the current base price of Wasco models available through US Building Products. 

*These prices do NOT include installation costs which will vary based on factors such as: skylight model, your ceiling type and number of skylights being installed.

Savings & Tax Credits

Solar-powered skylights and accessories are eligible for a 30% tax credit that reduce the cost of your investment.   This tax incentive applies not only to the cost of the product itself but the installation costs, as well. Ultimately, this could lead to big savings for homeowners. 

AND Wasco “E Class” Skylights are guaranteed by a 10-year leak-free warranty. So, no matter how much your skylight costs, you can be sure that your investment is a valuable one.

Ready to start shopping?  Click here to view our incredible selection of Wasco residential skylights!