DayLiteWindows

Faux LED Window Lights

108 Sales On Etsy since 2017

5 out of 5 stars (9)

DayLiteWindows

Faux LED Window Lights

108 Sales

Steve Norman

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Steve Norman

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5 out of 5 stars
(9)

About DayLiteWindows

Sales 108
On Etsy since 2017

Here's How it Started

I was considering remodeling my basement and was discouraged by its lack of windows or natural light. I searched for faux window lights for sale, but couldn't find anything, so I used my woodworking and electrical experience to invent the Daylite Window! I get such a kick out of everyone that sees them and say something like: "I know that's not an actual window, but it looks so real!". After I made some for myself and some family members, I was encouraged to build and sell them so that others might enjoy them too.

I am gratified that well over 100 of these are in homes, schools, churches and offices around North America. Maybe yours will be next!

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    Steve is the inventor and entrepreneur behind Day-Lite Windows. After spending many years in the electrical and lighting industry, he left that world and combined his industry experience with his love of woodworking to create Day-Lite Windows.

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Last updated on Oct 1, 2019
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders

I do not make custom sizes, but I do make other sizes. See "Sizing Details".

Sizing details

While I don't make custom sizes, I will also make the following on a case by case basis:

DLW2229, 28”W x 35”H, $465.00
DLW2429, 30”W x 35”H, $465.00
DLW2241, 28"W x 47”H, $492.00
DLW3129, 37”W x 35”H, $475.00

These are considered specials.
The lead time is a little longer.
They are non-returnable.

Care instructions

To clean lenses that have slight blemishes or dirt, use a premium micro-fiber cloth with soapy water to clean the entire surface area. Be sure to lightly blot the surface, rather than applying pressure as you wipe to avoid scratches. After you have wiped the entire piece of acrylic, use the dry side of the cloth to dry or buff the area.

Do not use paper towels because they will causes scratches. Stick with micro-fiber type of cloth.

Avoid ammonia based products, like Windex or other home glass cleaners, because they contain harmful chemicals that will actually damage the surface leaving it cloudy looking. Soapy water is the safest and most effective cleaning solution for acrylic.

Wholesale availability

I do offer deeper discounts to lighting suppliers and specifying designers. Contact me for more information.