Lighten Up, Inc. Skylight Contractor

Santa Fe Springs, California 90670
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Our Story

Goood work is not cheap, but bad work is far more expensive. I pay my guys from 6:AM  when they arrive until they return and junk the debris in my dumpster. They are paid for travel time as well as time on job, which makes for a great degree of loyalty and commitment, being well paid.



I know I can't draw comparisons to my competition, we all have different  overhead costs, pay scales for our employees, but the way I pay my men has a direct corollary on the work my men provide. Most of my men have worked for me 10 years or more. We are a family here, and all of us are answerable for the work we do every day. That makes for a very high quality of product and performance. My fabricators have worked in the skylight shops since they were teenagers. They are now 52 and 60 years old.



I myself started  this business in my tools, after having spent 15 years working my way up from carpenter to construction superintendent over commercial, industrial, and residential projects, and come from that origin, learning about skylights from a tradesmans perpective, not as a salesman. I am saying that I am a problem solver and job runner because of that, not just some guy that wants his commission.



Jack Randall
, the owner of Lighten Up Skylight


What We Do

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Service Sector:
Public Private
Typical Project Size:
Up to $500,000
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Diversity Classification

Minority Business Enterprise

Associations & Memberships

SCBA (Southern California Builders Assn.)

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