Impact Curb Mount Glass for Extreme Weather Skylights
eXtreme Weather Skylights From Sun-Tek
The eXtreme Weather Skylights from Sun-Tek Skylights are the most recent addition to our family of high quality skylights. We offer the widest and most complete range of hurricane, high velocity and impact units of any skylight manufacturer!
All these new features, plus the same great quality you have known and come to depend on with Sun-Tek Skylights!
- These high impact & wind velocity units are available for 120 mph (or greater) wind zones. Sun-Tek’s standard line will satisfy all other zones.
- From the Sun-Tek Tube… to insulated Glass… to Polycarbonate, Sun-Tek can offer the right application for any wind zone requirement.
- Concerned about future coastal zones? We are confident you will not need to go anywhere but Sun-Tek’s Extreme Weather line to satisfy all your extreme weather skylight needs.
The Sun-Tek eXtreme Weather Skylights have passed the strictest testing of the Miami Dade approval process and meet or exceed all Florida Building Codes.
Impact Curb Mount Glass
Select the Impact Curb Mount Glass, suitable for use on any type of roof with a raised curb. The ICMG includes a 3rd level of protection incorporating a high impact polycarbonate layer. This additional protection also adds insulation value. Extruded aluminum alloy frame, argon filled double insulated glass.
10 Year Limited Warranty
Kennedy skylights have been subjected to rigorous testing. In structural performance tests conducted by National Certified Testing Laboratories (NCTL) of Orlando, Florida, our products have been certified to meet or exceed the performance criteria defined in ASTM E-1886-99 and ASTM E-1996, as well as the 2001 Florida Building Code for impact by windborne debris. In the uniform load structural test, Kennedy’s Marquis™ Skylights have survived wind gusts in excess of 200 mph.
Self-Flashing Fixed Glass Skylight
Florida Wind Zones
Choose the county you live in to see specific wind zones for that area. The statewide map is only a general guideline for Florida wind zones. Each county has its own specific wind guidelines.
Broward and Dade counties have not registered individual maps, but are in wind zones above 130 mph and require the Extreme Weather line of skylights to meet building code requirements.
Holmes, Gadsden, Leon, Madison, Suwanee, Union, Polk and Glade counties are also not represented, but are in wind zones less than 120 mph. Sun-Tek’s standard line of skylights will meet building code requirements in these counties.