Custom Airstream, RV & Trailer Skylight
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, we created a travel trailer skylight with a test pressure of -150psf (over 240mph winds!). FIND OUT MORE…
Welcome to Maxim Skylights
Maxim Skylights specializes in the manufacture of Hurricane, Impact, Storm, and Blast & Bomb resistant skylights that also all comply with OSHA Fall Protection guidelines to protect against roof opening fall through accidents.
Every Maxim Skylight is made with impact resistant glazing to provide protection and energy efficiency in every installation scenario whether local building code requires it or not. Our goal is to provide the highest performance skylight to our customers, period.
Maxim Skylights provides unlimited glazing options to provide Daylight Harvesting options like no other company. Every Maxim Skylight is made with impact resistant glazing to provide roof opening fall through protection and energy efficiency in every installation scenario whether local building code requires it or not.
Our goal is to provide the highest performance skylight to our customers, period.
Maxim Skylights’ extensive product development and testing protocols have resulted in approvals and certifications that include:
Miami-Dade County Product Control Approvals including impact approval for use within the 150mph High Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ) of the 2020 Florida Building Code.
Air Blast Loading for glazing and glazing assemblies: ASTM F2912/F1642 (6.97psi @ max. 37sf opening)
UFC & DoD Antiterrorism Standards for Buildings: UFC 04-010-01
FM 4431 Class 4 Severe Rating Hail Impact Resistance
150mph High Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ) Impact Certification: approved for use in all zones of the 2020 Florida Building Code
Large & Small Missile Impact Resistance: ASTM E1886-13a/E1996-12
Dynamic Overpressure Loading for glazing and glazing assemblies: GSA TS01-2003
Forced Entry Protection: ASTM F588 & UL972
Texas Department of Insurance Impact Resistant Approvals: impact protection from windborne debris within the Inland I, Inland II and the Seaward zones of the Designated Catastrophe Areas of the Texas Gulf Coast
Air/Water/Structural Performance: AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440-11; ASTM E283/E330/E547/E331
Fall Protection Requirements for Roof Openings: OSHA 1910.28(b)(3)(i), 1910.28(b)(3)(i)(A), 1910.29(e)(1), 1910.29(e)(2); glazed opening is capable of supporting, without failure, at least twice the maximum intended load that may be imposed on the cover at any one time and glazing is secured to prevent accidental displacement.