Original skylights on historic buildings can play a significant architectural role in the exterior of the building, while also helping to illuminate spectacular interior spaces. The work to restore old skylights often involves repairing and sometimes re-designing structural elements. Many historic skylights are difficult to access for repair, and it is common to find poorly repaired, leaky skylights on older buildings.
Our engineering and project management staff has a vast understanding of how other manufacturers’ glazing systems work. They will evaluate and give you an estimate on repairs and/or advice on how to solve the issue.
Pictured: First Church of Christ, Scientist, New York City – Restoration completed by Acurlite
Village Club at Sands Point
David Whitney Building
Danville Recreation Center
Brooklyn Navy Yards