Our energy-efficient E-Class self-flashing SkyWindow® skylights are designed to deliver more light per rough opening and install in less time than any of the leading brands. Choose either Venting or Fixed styles, in standard and custom sizes. View E-Class features and benefits for residential builders and contractors.
Engineered for Easy Installation - Our one-piece curb-frame/flashing design installs far more quickly and easily than skylights requiring step flashing or mastic.
More Daylight for Less Cost - Our E-Class self-flashing skylights sit on the deck, giving you a larger glass area per rough opening compared to competitors' skylights.
New Motorized Venting Model (EVM) - With long-range radio frequency controlled remote, Thermostatic control options, larger vent openings and faster cycle times.
10-Year Warranty -Wasco SkyWindow® skylights' superior design, workmanship, and weathertight performance are backed by a non-prorated, 10-year limited warranty covering materials, insulated glass and workmanship. Ask for details.
Models EF and EFHR (Hurricane Resistant) Ultraseal™ Self-Flashing Fixed Glass Skylight
For use with thin roofing materials such as composition, slate, wood shingles and shakes up to 3/4" thick. Minimum Roof Pitch: 3" in 12". Not for vertical applications.
Model EV View standard sizes Ultraseal™ Self-Flashing Venting Glass Skylight
For use with thin roofing materials such as composition, slate, wood shingles and shakes up to 3/4" thick. Venting Unit includes screen and white hardware. Minimum Roof Pitch: 3" in 12".
Not for vertical applications.
Model EVM View standard sizes Ultraseal™ Self-Flashing Motorized Venting Glass Skylight
Factory installed 110v motor system with Rain Sensor, screen and white hardware cover. A minimum of one remote is required. A single remote will control up to 99 units. For use with thin roofing
materials such as composition, slate, wood shingles and shakes up to 3/4" thick. Minimum Roof Pitch: 3" in 12".
Not for vertical applications.
WASCO E-CLASS SKYLIGHT 10 YEAR “Leak Free”
INSTALLATION LIMITED WARRANTY
The original installation of Wasco’s E-Class skylights (EF and EV), provided that they are installed strictly according to Wasco’s installation instructions, are warranted not to leak water for a period of ten (10) years from the original purchase date. A “leak” is penetration of water between the E-Class and the roof deck (condensation does not constitute a leak and is not covered by this warranty). Glass is guaranteed against seal failure for a period of twenty (20) years.
Wasco will, at its sole election, perform one of the following in full satisfaction of all of its warranty obligations:
(Any of these options will not extend the original warranty period.)
This warranty applies to product shipped after March 1, 2010. If proof of the original purchase date can not be determined, then the start of the Warranty will begin with the manufacture date of the skylight.
Under no circumstances shall Wasco be liable for any incidental, consequential, special or any other damages. The end user is responsible to mitigate and minimize water damage that a defective skylight may cause.
This warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties. This warranty gives you specific rights. You may have other rights, which vary from state to state.
Founded in 1935, Wasco is a family-owned company with New England roots and a determined drive to outdo the competition in performance, selection and fast, trouble-free installation of innovative skylighting products.
Today we’re one of America’s largest skylight manufacturers, employing skilled people who all share the values that make "Made in Maine" such a powerful statement: hard work, a keen desire to meet and exceed market needs, and pride in a job well done.
1935: Max Wasserman founds the Wasco Flashing Company in Cambridge, MA to manufacture a revolutionary through-wall flashing system.
1949: Acrylic Dome Skylight first brought to market by Wasco.
1951: Wascolite Skydome® introduced as an aesthetically pleasing, practical solution for bringing natural daylight into one-story schools and other institutional, commercial and residential buildings.
1955: The Pyrodome® and Pyrovent® introduced, providing roof access, ventilation and fire venting. The 1950s also witnessed the development of new manufacturing technologies, a national sales network and recognition by the architectural community.
1956: Wasco moves its growing operations to Sanford, Maine.
1961: Wasco develops an acrylic crib cover to fulfill the need of a regional hospital. The company is purchased by American Cyanamid.
1969: C.G. “Gus” Magnuson purchases the flashing and skylighting operations, renaming the company Wasco Products, Inc. Manufacturing is based in the renovated Goodall-Sanford Mills complex, where the company remains today.
1970s: In response to the energy crisis, Wasco develops the Solar Energy Skydome® and the Thermalized SkyWindow®, designed to reduce energy consumption by creating a thermally efficient barrier between the interior and exterior surfaces of the frame.
1974: Wasco introduces the first in its line of aluminum-framed, glass-glazed skylights.
1976: Wasco offers the residential market the first low-profile, vinyl-framed skylight — an instant success due to its vinyl Permatherm® frame, patented Weather-Seal system, built-in curb for ease of installation and choice of glazing options.
1979: The flashing business is purchased by Geoffrey Magnuson, who continues to operate the business in Sanford as York Manufacturing Company.
1980s: As the Building Boom takes off, the Wasco SkyWindow line expands to include venting units.
Tubular System 1983: Gus Magnuson retires, selling Wasco to two senior executives and a son, Christian G. Magnuson.
1983: Gus Magnuson retires, selling Wasco to two senior executives and a son, Christian G. Magnuson.
1984: Wasco develops a glass-glazed, tubular frame system for use in large-scale skylighting applications such as shopping malls and office buildings. The rights to manufacture and market
the system are purchased five years later by Architectural Skylight Company.
1988: The revolutionary E-Class SkyWindow is introduced, featuring a patented, one-piece curb-frame/flashing design for easy, weather-tight installation. Made with state-of-the-art vinyl co-extrusion technology, the innovative product is hailed as one of the industry’s premier residential skylight products.
1994: The vinyl-framed Wasco Rolling Patio Door is launched for the growing residential daylighting
marketplace., setting the standard for value, reversibility and easy operation. Rolling Patio Door
1998: The Classic™ Skylight, a versatile custom flat-glass system designed for light commercial and residential applications, is introduced.
2000: Chris Magnuson becomes sole owner, launching an aggressive campaign of continuous improvement and growth that emphasizes customer service, productivity and market penetration.
2003: Wasco launches architectural colors for all its skylights.
Home 2004 American Building Product Award 2004: Wasco Architectural Series receives the coveted American Building Products Award from the editors of Home Magazine as the brand gains greater acceptance and market share for residential homes. This year also sees the introduction of the Pinnacle Skylight System™ for spectacular custom commercial applications…Hurricane-Resistant glass for E-Class, G-Series and Architectural Series residential SkyWindows…the EVM Motorized E-Class Skylight and new Swing Patio Doors…all continuing Wasco’s 70 proud years of product innovation.
2004: Wasco Architectural Series receives the coveted American Building Products Award from the editors of Home Magazine as the brand gains greater acceptance and market share for residential homes. This year also sees the introduction of the Pinnacle Skylight System™ for spectacular custom commercial applications…Hurricane-Resistant glass for E-Class, G-Series and Architectural Series residential SkyWindows…the EVM Motorized E-Class Skylight and new Swing Patio Doors…all continuing Wasco’s 70 proud years of product innovation.