Maxim Skylights featured on Fox Business Office Spaces

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Maxim specializes in the manufacture of hurricane, wind & impact resistant skylights that are Dade County Approved, comply with ALL wind zones, including the HVHZ, of the 2010 Florida Building Code and satisfy the Texas Department of Insurance’s criteria for protection from windborne debris in both the Inland I & Inland II and the Seaward zones. With design pressures that exceed the strictest coastal codes of 150mph winds, Maxim Skylights has proven to be the skylight of choice for unlimited commercial and residential projects.

Maxim manufactures Commercial and Residential skylights for flat and pitched roofs of any kind. We offer Curb Mount skylights, for applications with existing flashed curbs, to single wall, insulated and thermally broken & insulated curbs, in standard and custom heights, for mounting directly to the roof deck. Insulated glass, acrylic domes or pyramids, polycarbonate domes or pyramids, or multi-wall polycarbonate panels are available. Frame finishes are available from mill to anodized to UV enhanced powder coating in any color. Standard and special sizes are also available to meet any project requirement.


Skylights, Polycarbonate Domes:
NOA 15-0715.08

Skylights, DuPont SGP Impact Glass:
NOA 15-0728.06

Florida Building Code Approved

2014 FBC: FL 2418-R9

Texas (TDI) Windstorm & Impact Approved

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Maxim has designed a special skylight to replace the OEM formed piece of plastic on your Airstream. Using our many years of experience manufacturing hurricane, hail and impact resistant skylights, now you can travel with your mind at ease. Take a look!