MAGS BAR Ridgelight Retrofit

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The leaking custom skylight needs a replacement. In the path of the May 2017 hailstorm, this aging skylight ended up covered with a tarp to prevent further leaks and damage. The house was built in 1961 and while the skylight may not have been that old, it had definitely reached the end of its service …

Custom Glazing Retrofit | MAGS BAR

Another victim of the May, 2017 hail storm. Our inspection revealed that the skylight over the sun room in this residence had taken a terrific beating from hailstones. The owners were happy to learn that we could provide a custom glazing solution using Skylight Specialists, Inc. own MAGS BAR system. A custom glazing retrofit like …

Skylight Retrofit | MAGS BAR and VELUX Fixed

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It’s time to replace the skylights. The owner of this residence in the Valley Barrington neighborhood requested a proposal to replace the skylights. Built in 1991, the home has a total of ten glass skylights. Two large skylights Two of the skylights are roughly 4′ x 16′ and sit on either side of a ridge. These …

Deck Mount Skylight Replacement | Golden

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Older skylights are hail damaged. Another victim of the May 2017 hail storm, the age of the five skylights meant no parts are available for repairs. Therefore, the only solution is to replace.  A tile roof is delicate in nature. Velux provides flashing designed specifically for tile roofs, and our crews are trained and experienced …

Skylight Shaft | Vaulted and Venting

Eight skylights with solar blinds. Vaulted ceiling: A very steep roof pitch and vaulted/cathedral ceilings allowed skylights to be placed at two levels. One level was high on the ceiling and used solar powered skylights and blinds for easy remote control operation, and the lower level was within reach and used manual venting skylights with …

Skylight Shaft | Four by Two

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Two rows of four skylights side by side. Cathedral ceiling: A typical skylight shaft in a cathedral ceiling has a very shallow depth and is flared at the bottom to create a vertical wall. The ceiling joists are wrapped with drywall. This option creates one large shaft and can dramatically alter the spaciousness and feel of a room.