Our skylight technicians efficiently install skylights on commercial and residential structures, keeping the process simple while making your days brighter.
Our skylight technicians have years of experience in the installation of skylights, roof windows and roof hatchways. In modern commercial buildings, it is ideal that the installation be made during a re-roof or new flat roof installation to reduce the amount of roof elements that would need to be extracted. We ensure the performance of your roof is not hindered during the installation process. Many of our technicians are also specialty contractors, if we see any potential problems with your roof during a skylight installation, we can properly repair and maintain those areas as well.
Residential skylights can be installed at any stage of construction of the house. Whether your home new home is still in development or is completely finished, theres no right time to begin enjoying the benefits of a skylight. We work with project architects, manufacturers and suppliers to install and make sure the finished product is exactly what you require.
Each skylight project, upon completion, is carefully critiqued because our goal is to maintain the highest level of customer satisfaction by providing quality products, installed by our skilled installation teams.
Skylights are manufactured to work with certain types of roofs whether they are sloped or flat. We provide you with professional advice to ensure the model you select is made for the type of roof you have. We will walk you through the process of choosing the materials and filters that are right for you whether it is glass, acrylic or plastic and then you must choose the glaze.
The first step is deciding what type of skylight you want, taking into consideration the size, shape and design. Sun Tunnels and Dome Skylights require little to no keep up due to their unique shapes and engineering. The flange part of the chassis is made of polyurethane which does not require any maintenance. The glass coatings are easily-washable and areas that experience regular rainfall have the benefit of self cleaning skylight systems.
The second step is to choose the material. The most common types are acrylic, lexan and glass. Your material choice is dependent on what look you want to achieve, how much your financing allows and if there are any local building codes that will dictate the material allowed:
- Acrylic is the most economical and most popular synthetic glazing on the market. It is available in tints, is UV resistant and is used in virtually all climates on single or double glazed applications.
- Lexan is another synthetic glazing by General Electric which provides similar characteristics as acrylics with one added benefit- impact resistance against wind-borne debris. Due to it’s inherent strength, Lexan is more often used in hurricane and tornado climates.
- Glass, which is laminated glass to be exact, is and has always been utilized for overhead glazing. Although not available for dome skylights, performance glass, monolithic and insulated, glass can be used with a variety of enhancements including Low-E coatings, reflective coatings, a variety of tints and inert gas fillings. Many applications may require a glass product which is both versatile and durable and is also used in hurricane or tornado climates.
Our third step requires choosing the type of glazing you want:
- Single glazing is available in acrylic, lexan and laminated glass.
- Dual glazing is available in acrylic and lexan with the added benefit of an insulating air space that is mechanically sealed. Dual glazed skylights allow for greater thermal efficiency and better sound reduction from rain, hail and other external noise.
- Insulated glass is available for glass skylights only with the air space between the glass plates in the skylight being hermetically sealed.
Beyond design and installation, we offer a wide variety of other skylight related products and services.
We provide skylight replacement, sun screen shades, fall protection screens for skylights and burglar bars for skylights. Whether your project is large or small, commercial or residential, we are your one-stop shop for all of your skylight needs.