Eastridge Mall Skylight Inspection

  • 2200 Eastridge Loop
  • San Jose,
  • CA
  • 95122

Mall Skylight Inspection and Survey

Eastridge Center is a shopping mall in eastern San Jose, California. The mall is a split level mall, with part of the mall being 3 levels, and part of it 2 levels. Current anchor stores are AMC Theaters, Macy’s, JCPenney and Sears.

An onsite skylight inspection and survey was made on August 25th 2011 by Skylight Specialists, Inc. Represented by Rob Packard.

Skylights of concern were all the skylights on the roof:

  1. (19 ea.) Monolithic Polycarbonate Heat and Smoke Vent Skylights. 2’ x 4’ nominal, two (2) to a set.
    (3 ea.) Monolithic Polycarbonate Heat and Smoke Vent Skylights. 2’ x 7’ nominal, two (2) to a set
  2. (4 ea.) Acrylic Heat and Smoke Vent Skylights. 4’ x 8’ nominal, two to a set. (Eight total skylights)
  3. (11 ea.) Structural Ridge Wire-Glass Skylights. 8’ x 8’ nominal. (Individual)
    (1 ea.) Structural Ridge Wire-Glass Skylights. 8’ x 12’ nominal. (Individual)
    (1 ea.) Structural Ridge Wire-Glass Skylights. 8’ x 20’ nominal. (Individual)
    (2 ea.) Structural Ridge Wire-Glass Skylights. 8’ x 24’ nominal, two sets of three, 8’ x 8’ nominal.
    (5 ea.) Structural Ridge Wire-Glass Skylights. 20’ x 24’ nominal, five sets of three, 8’ x 20’ nominal.
    (8 ea.) Structural Ridge Wire-Glass Skylights. 8’ x 16’ nominal, eight sets of two, 8’ x 16’ nominal.
    (1 ea.) Structural Ridge Wire-Glass Skylights. 8’ x 40’ nominal, one set of five, 8’ x 40’ nominal.
    (1 ea.) Center court Structural Ridge Wire-Glass Skylights. Consisting of three, 8’ x 28’ nominal; two 8’ x 14’ nominal; and two 8’ x 12’ nominal.
    (2 ea.) Structural Ridge Wire-Glass Skylights. 16’ x 20’ nominal, two sets of two, 8’ x 20’ nominal.

What Our Skylight Inspection Found:

All skylights have been replaced in 2005 or 2006. The Operations Manager did not provide manufacturer information.

  1. (1 ea.) Structural Ridge Wire-Glass Skylight. One cracked glass unit. Damage to extrusions capping glass. Hammered wire glass is no longer available. Wire-glass is available in the diamond pattern but it would be a smooth clear glass, not the hammered glass look.
  2. Acrylic Heat and Smoke Vent Skylight. 4’ x 8’ nominal. One of the double leaf skylights is not catching on the mechanism to hold the heat and smoke vent latched properly. Skylight is being held closed by the weight of the steel tube. Skylight will not open unless tube is removed.
  3. Monolithic Polycarbonate Heat and Smoke Vent Skylights, 2’ x 4’ nominal. Typical yellowing of polycarbonate through aging. No issues at this time.

Recommendations:

  1. Repair or replace two damaged extrusions on wire glass skylights.
  2. Replace one cracked glass on wire glass skylights.
  3. Repair latch on heat and smoke vent skylight.

Our Skylight Inspection and  Consulting Service provides a free phone consultation. Give us a try!

Southland Mall Skylight Survey

  • 1 Southland Mall Dr
  • Hayward,
  • CA
  • 94545

Mall Skylight Survey and Consultation

Southland Mall is a major shopping mall in Hayward, California. The mall is primarily a single-level structure, with a small lower level beneath anchor retailer JC Penney, and free standing restaurants in the outlying parking areas. The mall currently houses anchor stores Sears, Macy’s, JC Penney and Kohl’s.

An onsite skylight survey and inspection was made on August 25th 2011  by Skylight Specialists, Inc. Represented by Rob Packard.

Skylights of concern were the acrylic unit skylights.

  1. (1 ea.) Tandem Acrylic Unit Skylights. Arranged in cluster, 13’ x 32’ nominal.
  2. (81 ea.) Acrylic self-flashing Unit Skylights. 2’ x 7’ nominal.
    (60 ea.) Acrylic self-flashing Unit Skylights. 1.5’ x 5’ nominal.
  3. (104 ea.) Acrylic Curb Mount Skylights. Clear over clear,  3’ x 7’ nominal.
  4. (14 ea.) Acrylic Curb Mount Skylights, 7’ x 7’ nominal
    (3 ea.) Acrylic Curb Mount Skylights, 6’ x 6’ nominal
  5. (1 ea.) Structural Single Slope Glass Skylight. 23’ x 168’ nominal.

What Our Skylight Survey Found:

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C. Bristol Fiberlite Skylights
  1. (1 ea.) Tandem, Acrylic Unit Skylights, arranged in cluster. Skylights leak. Operations manager had it covered with plastic but it disintegrated in the elements.
  2. (141) Self-flashing skylights have low curbs and damaged acrylic, leaks. Dangerous skylights because of fall protection liability. 104 (ct) of these were replaced recently. See C.
  3. (104) Bristol Fiberlite Skylights. Replaced recently and are new. Installation is incorrect. Skylights were installed with one screw on each end. This allows the aluminum to expand and contract freely. This causes premature gasket failure.
  4. (17) Curb Mount, Acrylic, Plasteco Skylights. These are in good condition.The acrylic is not fall protection rated.
  5. Structural Glass Skylights are also original but are holding up fairly well. Single layer of tinted glass, unknown if tempered, float or laminated glass. There is no manufacture marking on glass which usually indicates it is not tempered.

Skylight Survey Recommendations:

  1. Replace tandem/cluster skylight with barrel vault skylight to eliminate gutters and tandem problems.
  2. Replace (141) self flashing skylights with curb mount skylights. Work would include new wood curbs, painted on the interior and re-work of roof flashing.
  3. Re-fasten 104 Bristol skylights. Replace with high impact modified acrylic skylights to comply with fall protection codes, if needed.
  4. Replace (17) curb mount units (roughly 7’ x 7’) to comply with fall protection codes.

Our Skylight Survey and Consulting Service provides a free phone consultation. Give us a try!

Stonestown Galleria Skylight Survey

  • 3251 20th Ave
  • San Francisco,
  • CA
  • 94132

Mall Skylight Survey and Consultation

Stonestown Galleria is a shopping mall in San Francisco, California. With a total of 130 tenants, the shopping mall is anchored  by Nordstrom, Sports Authority and Macy’s.

Originally Stonestown Shopping Center, it was built in 1952. A major redevelopment in 1987, which added one story of stores, including a food court, a glass ceiling and marble floors, led to the Stonestown Shopping Center being renamed Stonestown Galleria.

An onsite skylight survey and inspection was made on August 24th 2011 by Skylight Specialists, Inc. Represented by Rob Packard.

Skylights of concern are the Structural Glass Ridge Skylights on the site:

  1. (1 ea.) Structural Glass Ridge Skylight. Exterior application. 28’ x 35’ nominal.
  2. (1 ea.) Structural Glass Ridge Skylight. 28’ x 45’ nominal.
    (1 ea.) Structural Glass Ridge Skylight. 28’ x 55’ nominal.
    (1 ea.) Structural Glass Ridge Skylight. 28’ x 114’ nominal
  3. ((1 ea.) Structural Glass Ridge Skylight. 28’ x 179’ nominal.
  4. (1 ea.) Center Court Skylight. Intersecting ridges with a center pyramid and single slope glass in the corners. 120’ x 140’ nominal footprint.

Our Skylight Survey Inspection Found:

  1. Structural glass skylights are original but are holding up fairly well. There are some minor issues on the center court skylight and it leaks in one area only. It has two cracked glass units. Some of the flashing is loose or missing screws. Requires general maintenance only.

Recommendations:

  1. The leak needs to be investigated. This will require removing several glass units in one valley to gain access to the internal framing. At this point, a diagnosis of the problem will be made. Repairs will be made as required and the glass units reset.
  2. Replace two broken glass units on the center court skylight.
  3. Re-fasten loose sill flashing on the center court pyramid.

Our Skylight Consulting Service provides a free phone consultation. Give us a try!

Recreation Center Skylight Replacement

  • 430 Rainbow Dr
  • Silverthorne,
  • CO
  • 80498

Town of Silverthorne Recreation Center Skylight Replacement

The Town of Silverthorne is located in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, approximately 70 miles west of Denver at an elevation of 8,730 feet (a little more than 1.5 miles above sea level). The 65,000 square foot Recreation Center is open to both visitors and residents alike. Once you walk in you are greeted by a 21′ Octagonal Skylight in the main lobby. Two skylights illuminate the gymnasium and two skylights light up the swimming pool areas.

Problem:

The recreational center had originally installed fiberglass skylights when the center was originally built. Within a few years they started experiencing problems with the skylights. They first noticed the light had turned yellow. This was making everyone feel unmotivated and nonproductive. Which is the opposite effect desired at a recreational center.

Upon closer inspection, it was discovered that the fiberglass was showing signs of fiber-blooming on the exterior. And peeling paint from the aluminum extrusions. Needless to say, problems with such a new skylight did not make them happy.

Solution:

  • Removed old fiberglass ridge skylights and performed a skylight replacement with new translucent, polycarbonate skylights manufactured by CPI Daylighting.
  • These skylight replacements are designed for 80 psf snow load & calc’s.
  • Nano-Cell Polycarbonate has no fibers, so no fiberblooming will occur.
  • Dry glazed system with very little maintenance.
  • Quadwall exterior glazing can be removed if exterior panels become damaged without opening up roof to interior.

Product Used:

  • CPI Daylighting Quadwall STRUCTURAL POLYGON 21.00′ wide x 21.00′ Flat to flat..
  • CPI Daylighting Quadwall MODIFIED FASTRAK RIDGE 10.25′ wide x 29.00.
  • CPI Daylightong Quadwall MODIFIED FASTRAK RIDGE 9.75′ x 41′.

Results:

  • The skylight replacement provides a delightful blue tint to the daylight that makes everything inside bright and cheery.
  • The skylight replacement retains more heat inside the building. Reduces the load on the HVAC system in the winter.
  • The visual look of the skylight replacement is more pleasing and gives the rec center a restored look.

Benefits:

  • Correct the daylighting and solar heat levels required for the space.
  • Reduce dependence on electric lighting—increase energy savings.
  • The owners love the energy savings provided by the new skylights.
  • Increase the facility’s property value.
  • Healthy, natural daylight in the space with soft translucent light and accurate color rendition.
  • No required maintenance or re-coating costs—individual exterior panels  are easily replaced.
  • In work environments, increased daylighting has been shown to increase productivity.
  • In retail environments, increased daylighting has been shown to increase sales by as much as 40%.

Northridge Fashion Center Skylight Survey

  • 9301 Tampa Ave
  • Northridge,
  • CA
  • 91324

Mall Skylight Survey and Consultation

Northridge Fashion Center is a large shopping mall located in Northridge, California. It opened in 1971. It was severely damaged during the Northridge earthquake in 1994, but renovated extensively in 1995, 1998, and 2003.

The mall’s anchor stores are JC Penney, two Macy’s locations, Sears, Sports Authority, and a Pacific Theatres movie theater.

An onsite skylight survey and inspection was made on July 20th 2011  by Skylight Specialists, Inc. Represented by Rob Packard.

Skylights of concern were all the glass skylights on the site:

  1. (1 ea.) Glass Ridge Skylight. 44’ x 93’ nominal.
    (1 ea.) Glass Ridge Skylight. 32’ x 153’ nominal.
  2. (1 ea.) Glass Segmented Barrel Vault Skylight. 55’ x 128’ nominal.
    (2 ea.) Glass Segmented Barrel Vault Skylights. 53’ x 138’ nominal.
    (1 ea.) Glass Segmented Barrel Vault Skylight. 53’ x 288’ nominal.
  3. (4 ea.) Glass Ridge Skylights. 10’ x 20’ nominal.
    (1 ea.) Glass Ridge Skylight. 10’ x 30’ nominal.
    (1 ea.) Glass Ridge Skylight. 10’ x 35’ nominal.
    (3 ea.) Glass Ridge Skylights. 10’ x 40’ nominal.
  4. (3 ea.) Glass Ridge Skylights. 13’ x 24’ nominal.
  5. (2 ea.) Structural Cone-Shaped Glass Skylights. 32’ wide x 32’ tall, nominal.
    (10 ea.) Structural Cone-Shaped Glass Skylights. 16’ wide x 16’ tall, nominal.
    (3 ea.) Structural Cone-Shaped Glass Skylights.  8’ wide x 8’ tall, nominal.

Our Skylight Survey Found:

All skylights have dirty and streaked glass. More evident on panels that are not patterned.

  1. (2) Main court Glass Ridge Skylights and (4) large Glass Segmented Barrel Vault Skylights have unsightly un-patterned glazing.
    A portion of the units are failed but it is difficult to know exactly which are failed and which are just dirty.
    There are ~700 un-patterned units in the six main skylights.
  2. (2) Large Cone Skylights have the same issue as the main skylights. There are ~100 un-patterned glass units in each large cone and ~240 in all ten mid-sized cones.
  3. Glass Segmented Barrel Vault Skylights —Operations manager noted that they are beginning to have bird control issues. Primarily the four main barrel.vaults.

Recommendations:

  1. Clean (exterior only) the skylights prior to replacing failed glass units. Interior cleaning may be needed, but exterior is definitely dirty.
  2. Perform a skylight survey after cleaning to identify all failed or unsightly glass units.
  3. Budget and replace the non-patterned glass units identified by the skylight survey through phased replacement.
  4. Install bird control devices on the flattest sections at the top of each barrel vault.
    This work would need to be done after cleaning and glass replacements are complete.
  5. Consider replacement of all patterned or solid glass to update the appearance of mall.

Our Skylight Survey and  Consulting Service provides a free phone consultation. Give us a try!

Skylight Consulting for Eastridge Mall

  • 601 SE Wyoming Blvd
  • Casper,
  • WY
  • 82609

Mall Skylight Consulting and Survey

Eastridge Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located in Casper, Wyoming at the city’s busiest intersection, east Second Street and southeast Wyoming Boulevard. It is one of only three shopping malls in the entire state.
Opened in 1982, the  mall is the largest in the state. With over 90 shops, the mall is anchored by Target, Sears, JC Penney, Macys , Dicks Sporting Goods, Best Buy, and Bed Bath & Beyond.

An onsite skylight consulting inspection was made on July 8th 2011 by Skylight Specialists, Inc., represented by Rob Packard.

Skylights of concern were the acrylic barrel vaults and acrylic pyramids.

Unit skylights have been replaced recently and are in good shape for at least five years and longer.

  1. (13 ea.) Acrylic Barrel Vault Skylights. Vary in width and length from 7’ x 15’ to 11’ x 27’ nominal. Total of 2,224 square feet.
  2. (18 ea.) Structural Acrylic Pyramid Skylights, 11’ x 11’ nominal.
  3. (27 ea.) Unit Skylights 4’ x 8’ nominal.

What We Found:

  1. (12 ea.) Barrel Vault Skylights – ten original skylights,  two newer. All are failing. Cracked, crazed and fogged acrylic lenses. Degrading gaskets and leaks.
  2. All twelve Barrel Vault Skylights have had previous curb-support repairs. All barrel vault existing curbs need rebuilt to support new skylights properly.
  3. (18) Structural Pyramid Skylights with dual glazed acrylic lenses.
    Outer lens has sagged  and is touching interior acrylic.
    Six of the skylights have curbs not meeting current codes.
    Previous interior cleanings have left acrylic hazy and damaged.
  4. Two pyramid skylights have curbs touching each other with no gutter inbetween. The opening of one of the skylights will need to be reduced in size by at least 12” to allow room for roofing between the skylights.

Our Skylight Consulting Recommendations:

Replace all barrel vault skylights.

  1. Remove steel supports and repair roof. (Carlisle roof)
  2. Replace all barrel vault skylight curbs.
  3. Remove all steel support roofing protrusions and replace roofing to prevent future problems with leaks in these areas.

Replace all pyramid skylights.

  1. Raise curbs on six pyramid skylights to meet codes.
  2. Repair roof on these six skylights.
  3. Alter opening size on one skylight and repair roof.

Our Skylight Consulting Service provides a free phone consultation. Give us a try!

Westlake Center Mall Skylight Consulting

  • 400 Pine St
  • Seattle,
  • WA
  • 98101

Mall Skylight Consulting Survey

Westlake Center is a four-story shopping center and twenty-five story office tower in downtown Seattle, Washington. The southern terminus of the Seattle Center Monorail, it is located across Pine Street from Westlake Park, between 4th and 5th Avenues.

To the west of Westlake Center is the main store for Macy’s Northwest. To the east is the flagship Nordstrom store and corporate headquarters. In the surrounding area are dozens of other retailers.

An onsite skylight consulting inspection was made June 6th, 2011 by Skylight Specialists, Inc., represented by Rob Packard.

Skylights of concern on the site are described as Retail, Tower or Monorail:

Tower and Monorail

  1. (2 ea.) Tower Single Sloped Glass Skylight with vertical glazing. 10’ x 100’ nominal.
  2. (1 ea.) Monorail Upper Single Slope Glass Skylight. 10’ x 100’ nominal.
  3. (1 ea.) Monorail Lower Structural Single Slope Skylight. 10’ x 100’ nominal.

Retail

  1. (1 ea.) Single Sloped Glass Skylight with vertical glazing. 10’ x 125’ nominal.
  2. (1 ea.) Single Sloped Glass Skylight with vertical glazing. 10’ x 150’ nominal.
    (19 ea.) Heat and Smoke Vents. solid, 3’ x 4’ nominal.
  3. (1 ea.) Ridge Glass Skylight. 8’ x 145’ nominal.
  4. (1 ea.) Acrylic Barrel Vault. 5’ x 81’ nominal.
  5. (1 ea.) Atrium. 14’ x 26’ nominal.

Our Skylight Consulting Inspection Found:

Tower Skylights: Fairly decent shape, showing signs of slight wear on butt joint glazing. Wet seal recommended if overhead glass is leaking. Glass appears in good shape. One piece on the vertical appears to have been replaced previously.

Retail area: The half-round barrel vault is showing signs of wear. The skylight is located over an exterior portion of the mall and should last a minimum of five years without repairs or replacement due to its location.

  1. Retail area: The most immediate concern is that water is appearing in the interior upper floors. It is penetrating through steel columns in several locations. Picture shows a horizontal steel beam intersecting the column, allowing water to exit to the interior. Water is traveling farther down columns to lower areas, also.
  2. Retail area: Picture shows roofing terminating at an exposed beam. Repairs should be immediate and require a specialized crew that can do repairs on metal roofing and/or skylights. Ridge peak has horizontal cables in place for safety tie-offs.
  3. Retail area: Many locations have failed insulated units showing moisture in-between the glazing. Ten units should be replaced now; more in the next five years.
  4. Lower monorail skylight has broken glass, apparently from falling debris from the monorail. This is a major safety concern. Mall management has replacement glass on hand and needs someone to install the glass. Blocking the pedestrian sidewalk completely while work is being done would require city permits, etc.
  5. Upper monorail glass shows some gaskets pushing out from between the framing and glass.

Our Skylight Consulting Service provides a free phone consultation. Give us a try!

Clackamas Town Center Mall Skylight Survey

  • 12000 SE 82nd Ave
  • Happy Valley,
  • OR
  • 97086

Skylight Survey and Consultation

Clackamas Town Center is a shopping mall on unincorporated land in the Clackamas area of Clackamas County, Oregon. It opened in 1981. It is managed and co-owned by General Growth Properties and is currently anchored by J.C. Penney, Macy’s (including a separate home store), Nordstrom, and Sears. It also includes a 20-screen Century movie theater.

Skylights of concern are the Acrylic Barrel Vault Skylights

  1. (33 ea.) 6’ x 24’ nominal
  2. (1 ea.) 6’ x 20’ nominal
  3. (2 ea.) 6’ x 16’ nominal
  4. (3 ea.) custom shaped with angled curb ends, various sizes, 6’ width and approximate 70 linear feet.
  5. (6 ea.)  parallelogram shape, (angled skylight ends) 6’ x 33’ nominal

What We Found:

  1. The skylight survey revealed cracked and crazed acrylic, single glazed.
  2. Gaskets degrading.
  3. Minimal structural support.
  4. Operations manager has been repairing or replacing a portion of the lens’s every year.

Recommendations

These skylights are old and beyond their life expectancy. And they show it. The acrylic is brittle and the skylights are actually a fall hazard for anyone on the roof. Replacement is due and recommended.

The skylights should be replaced with a product that has a better quality of light transmittance, more energy efficiency and made of a material, such as polycarbonate or high strength acrylic, that provides security and safety to both the employees working on the roof and the public below.

Rogue Valley Mall Skylight Survey

  • 1600 N Riverside Ave
  • Medford,
  • OR
  • 97501

Mall Skylight Survey and Consulting

The Rogue Valley Mall, located in Medford, Oregon. It’s the largest indoor shopping complex between Eugene, Oregon, and Sacramento, California. It is named “Rogue Valley” because it lies in the Rogue Valley in southwestern Oregon.

The Rogue Valley Mall was built in 1986 and sits next to a Target and Interstate 5. It has more than 100 stores, including Chico’s, Aeropostale, American Eagle, and Bath and Body Works. The current anchor stores are Kohl’s, JCPenney, Macy’s, Sports Authority on the upper level. And Bed Bath & Beyond,  Macy’s Home on the lower level, The food court features 13 eateries ranging from burgers to tacos to Japanese to Starbucks.

An onsite skylight survey inspection was made June 9th 2011 by Skylight Specialists, Inc., represented by Rob Packard.

Skylights of concern were the acrylic barrel vaults

  1. (10 ea.) Acrylic Barrel Vault Skylights, 10’ x 28’ nominal.
    (2 ea.) Acrylic Barrel Vault Skylights 10’ x 42’ nominal.
  2. (6 ea.) Structural Glass Pyramid Skylights, 14’ x 14’ nominal.
  3. (2 ea.) Structural Hipped Ridge Glass Skylight, 18’ x 26’ nominal.
    (6 ea.) Structural Hipped Ridge Glass Skylight 14’ x 22’ nominal.
    (1 ea.) Structural Hipped Ridge Glass Skylights 18’ x 26’ nominal.

Our Skylight Survey Found:

  1. (12 ea.) Acrylic Barrel Vault skylights – original skylights. Our skylight survey found cracked and fogged acrylic lenses; gaskets are degrading. (3 ea) Curbs do not meet current codes.
  2. Structural glass skylights are also original. Our skylight survey found them holding up fairly well. One pyramid has a fogged glass unit. The area underneath has a wooden sunscreen that makes it unnoticeable.

Recommendations:

  • Replace barrel vault skylights with new skylight retrofits.
  • Raise the curbs on three of the barrel vaults to meet codes.
  • Budget to replace glass skylights, or the glass only; through phased replacement.

Our Skylight Survey Service provides a free phone consultation. Give us a try!

Salem Center Mall Skylight Survey

  • 401 Center St NE
  • Salem,
  • OR
  • 97301

Mall Skylight Survey and Consultation

Salem Center is a multi-building, enclosed shopping center in downtown Salem, Oregon. Located on both sides of Center Street between High and Liberty streets, the mall has 80 stores and a food court. Opened in 1979, the mall has four anchor stores: Macy’s, JC Penney, Kohl’s, and Nordstrom. The mall also features five sky bridges and many skylights.

An onsite  skylight survey was conducted on June 8th 2011 by Skylight Specialists, Inc., represented by Rob Packard.

Mall skylights of concern were the Glass Clerestory Single Slope Skylights.

  1. (1 ea.) Structural Glass Cone-Shaped Dodecagon, 14’ nominal width, 4’ per side, 13’ tall.
  2. (4 ea.) Pyramid, Acrylic, Curb Mount Skylights, 7’ x 7’ nominal.
  3. (2 ea.) Domed, acrylic, curb mount skylights, 4’ x 4’ nominal.
  4. (18 ea.) Clerestories, glass, single slope, 21’ x 6’ nominal.

What Our Skylight Survey Found:

All  of the skylights are in good shape.

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Counter flashing at the bottom of the sloped glazing is the likely cause of intermittant leaks.

The clerestories leak periodically, but is reported as an occasional drip. Leak is probably between the counter flashing and the roofing. Water likely shoots down sloped corrugated roofing and up and under counter flashing.Mall management has hired local roofers to help with problem.

Recommendations:

If local vendors cannot repair the leak permanently, then the metal counter flashing at the bottom of the sloped glazing needs to be replaced. A material should be used that will completely seal the leakage, even if totally immersed in water.

Our Skylight Consulting Service provides a free phone consultation. Give us a try!

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