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Photo: Wasco’s Acrylic Continuous Vault System. St. Martha's Manor, Downingtown, PA .
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Upgrading Light Quality and Heat Loss/Gain with Stunning Skylight Retrofit. Read more: http://ow.ly/Qfyy2
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Photo: Wasco's Octagonal System. St. Joseph Medical Center, Towson, MD.
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Developed for pitched roof applications, the Wasco Low Profile System is an aluminum-frame system that lays over roof rafters, creating a narrow line frame for a clean and appealing look on the roof line. Learn more: http://ow.ly/Qfvpi
Low profile skylight system for commercial and residential buildings is a glass easy-to-install lighting solution for sunrooms and other residential design concepts.
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Light at night is bad for your health, and exposure to blue light emitted by electronics and energy-efficient lightbulbs may be especially so. Read more: http://ow.ly/QfuKD
Light at night is bad for your health, and exposure to blue light emitted by electronics and energy-efficient lightbulbs may be especially so. At night, light throws the body's biological clock—the circadian rhythm—out of whack. Sleep...
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Photo: Wasco's Thermalized curb mount. MORRIE’S AUTOMOTIVE, Longlake, MN.
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Translucent wall system: requires no UV maintenance. Wasco's LumiWall is constructed with fully fabricated, lightweight, interlocking tongue and groove multiwall polycarbonate panels. Polycarbonate is not made of fibers that will deteriorate, which allows it to maintain its shape, color, and strength even when exposed to UV light. Read more: http://ow.ly/QfyYW
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Wasco, yesterday and today: In the 1980s, as the building boom takes off, the Wasco SkyWindow line expands to include venting units. Thirty years later, Wasco’s model EVMS motorized venting unit is remote controlled and powered by a solar charged battery. http://ow.ly/Qfy42
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Florence Nightingale, in 1863, first wrote about the benefits of daylight in her “Notes on Hospitals"... Photo: North Fulton Hospital, Roswell, GA. http://ow.ly/QfwcJ
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Wasco, yesterday and today: In 1961, Wasco develops an acrylic crib cover to fulfill the need of a regional hospital. Read more: http://ow.ly/Qfu6I
Wasco is a family-owned company with New England roots. Learn about the history of our Maine location, the launch of our unique design series, and the development of innovative technology that drives our products.
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Check out http://arch-systems.net! Architectural Systems of Virginia | www.arch-systems.net | Harnessing natural lighting through the engineering of sustainable product solutions
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Wasco Skylight Company - Made in the USA since 1935
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Wasco Skylight Company - A Tradition of Excellence.

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.