Coating for Fiberglass Skylights

EnergyGuard Acrylic Clear Coat can be used to protect and recondition fiberglass reinforced skylights. and make them last longer.

Coating for Fiberglass Skylights

The rough surface picks up dirt and darkens the skylight, and this reduces light transmission into the building. Our clear acrylic coating binds and seals these fibers, creates a smoother surface that restores the surface and helps keep it clean.

Gelcoat used in making fiberglass skylights contains a UV blocking component. Weathering causes the resin to erode and expose the fiberglass strands.

  1. Check condition of fiberglass skylight. If substrate cracks or tears easily, it must be replaced.
  2. Pressure wash the surface to ensure good adhesion and allow to dry.
  3. Apply 2 coats of EnergyGuard Acrylic Clear Coat @ 0.75g/100SF.

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EnergyGuard Acrylic Clear Coat
EnergyGuard Acrylic Clear Coating

A clear, water-based coating with 300% elongation and 40% solids by volume. Protects and seals porous, deteriorated fiberglass reinforced skylight panels.

Quality Distributors

This 15,000SF concrete roof deck was recoated with EnergyMax Silicone Coating.

Bio Pro Research
Bio Pro Research

Newton, NC

Badly deteriorated EPDM roof was leaking everywhere. They were able to fix all the leaks with just one coat of EnergyGuard Aromatic Polyurethane.

Buffalo's Cafe Canton

Buffalo's Cafe in Canton, GA had minor recurring leaks. EnergyGuard Aromatic Polyurethane was used as a metal roof sealant to seal the horizontal seams and around the HVAC units.

JB Hunt
JB Hunt

Dothan, AL

18-year-old, Duro-Last single-ply roof which was leaking at seams. A cost-effective alternative to roof replacement is needed. Lexis delivers.

Tractor Supply Company
Tractor Supply Company

Gainesville, FL

A 57,000sf metal building in Gainesville, Florida with a trapezoidal standing seam metal roof. Lexis roof coatings stopped the roof leaks throughout the building.

Andersen AFB 19020

This newly constructed 18,800sf building at the Andersen AFB in Guam has a concrete roof primed with PrimeLock Epoxy Primer and coated with 45 dry mils of EnergyMax Silicone Coating to keep it cool and leak-free.