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About Skyzz The Limit, LLC

We handle commercial and residential skylights, all shapes and sizes, standard or impact-resistant. We supply and/or install.

We do complete skylight installations. We also do rehab existing skylights. We are statewide licensed and insured.


Palm Harbor, FL 34677

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Q. Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.

A. We sale and install if needed new, existing, custom and retrofit skylights of all types and sizes for residential and commercial. All code approved. Glazing materials - lexan, Acrylic, laminated glass, Insulating glass. Curb mounts, self-flashing, curb adapters, curbs, skylight hatches, Solatubes, structural units. All types of shapes-squares, rectangles, triangles, polygons, octagons, double pitch hips, pyramids, circles, etc. We also do skylight wells which consist of framing, insulating, drywall, trimming, painting, etc. If it has the work skylight in it we do it. The only full sales and service company around. Give us a try.

Q. Describe three recent jobs you've completed.

A. Project #1:
Who: Espiritu Santo Church
What: Removed an existing ridge mount structural skylight and replaced with a code compliant structural glass skylight system.
When: Completed January 2012
Where: Safety Harbor, Florida

Project #2:
Who: Louis Wohl and Sons, Inc.
What: Removed many curb mounted skylights and replaced with code compliant curb mounted skylights.
When: Completed January 2012
Where: Tampa, Florida

Project #3:
Who: Sanctuary
What: Removed many existing curb mounted skylights and replaced with code compliant curb mounted skylights.
When: Completed August 2011
Where: Sarasota, Florida

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. When looking for someone to handle your skylight use a licensed contractor. Ask for a license number and call the local license agency and state (if state licensed) to verify the contractor has a license, if its his license or someone else's license and if its still active. Don't be fooled there is a business license and a trade license. Many have only a business license but not a trade license. You can be in serious trouble if don't use a licensed contractor. Also, don't let anyone on your roof without them providing you with their general liabilitiy and workers compensation insurance certificates. Even if it is only to do an estimate.

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