SIMPLE, EFFECTIVE, AFFORDABLE

Whether your rooftop has one skylight, or one hundred skylights, Skylight Solutions USA has authorized specialists trained to apply Liquisol’s reflective coating.

CUSTOMER SPOTLIGHT

Body Electric Athletic Company

We recently were honored with the opportunity to help the Body Electric Athletic Company. Their newest facility was having heat and glare issues due to their skylights. Our team applied Liquisol Coating to 32 fiberglass skylights!

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DO-IT-YOURSELF PROJECT WITH LASTING, BRILLIANT RESULTS

Our exclusive DIY program offers the most unique, affordable means of resolving skylight heat and glare distress. Tailored for those with a small number of skylights… or for even those with a significant number of skylights, 4EverME is for YOU!

No need to hire a professional when you team up with our Liquisol in-house experts. From start to finish, we assist with deciding which products you will need and provide you with step-by-step knowledge for the application process. Videos, Zoom sessions, and personalized training is just one click away!

BUDGET-FRIENDLY “DIY” DELIVERS THE SAME AMAZING RESULTS!

Excess Daylight, Harsh Glare, UV Damage, Energy Loss

OUR BLOGS

Do Skylights Live Up to Their Hype?

Installed on roof tops, skylights certainly shed “new light” inside commercial buildings. Also labeled as sky domes and conservatories, these roof windows are widely considered aesthetically pleasing.

HOME “SWEAT” HOME!!

When designing our bedroom, we included large skylights. Afterall, we love natural, dramatic lighting. And what could be dreamier than a heavenly blue sky overhead?

"BYE-BYE" TO SKYLIGHT HEAT GAIN INSIDE BUILDINGS

Skylights, domes, and conservatories are often installed on warehouses and commercial building roof tops, especially for structures with limited windows.

Who Doesn’t Love a Happy Ending?

When innovation makes a positive impact, it transitions as a new trend to an enduring application. So it is with skylights. Centuries ago, prior to the introduction of electricity, Romans included skylights to lighten up dark areas of ancient buildings.