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Acrylic dome cluster skylight with big problems.
This four dome cluster skylight on the Greenwood Athletic Club in the southeast Denver Metro area was leaking to the point that it had been covered by a tarp. A common problem with this type of skylight is the gutters between the domes. If there is a problem in this area, it is difficult to correct without removing the domes and the domes are difficult to remove without breaking them.
In addition to the above skylight, there was one acrylic dome which was also showing it’s age and required replacement.
Retrofit upgrade to polycarbonate.
How do you eliminate gutter problems? Eliminate the gutters! We replace the cluster skylight with a CPI Daylighting D2F (direct to fabrication) 2.75″ Quadwall Pyramid Skylight. Built on site spanning the existing curbs, the polycarbonate retrofit provides significant upgrades in durability and light quality.
The same can be said for the single acrylic dome retrofit which was replaced with a Velux LuxGuard double dome clear over white prismatic CD2 4848 3P1C2S skylight. This polycarbonate even carries a fifteen year warranty against breakage by hail up to two inches in diameter—a distinct advantage in Denver Metro’s hail prone environment.