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INSTALLATION MANUAL 1.Organize the tools and equipment 2.Organize the materials daily 3.Personnel management (lead men & helpers) 4.Record Keeping A.Time.

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1 INSTALLATION MANUAL 1.Organize the tools and equipment 2.Organize the materials daily 3.Personnel management (lead men & helpers) 4.Record Keeping A.Time cards B.Materials Tickets C.Lead safety paperwork 5.Customer Communication A.Meeting the Customer – Taking control of the project I.Where to park the trailers / dumpsters II.Set up a plan for the project so the customer knows what to expect B.Set up start times and confirm how to contact them if you need to for any reason 6.Install products to meet our installation specifications A.Window and Door Installations I.Handling and storing the new products Inspect the product for damage Prepare the product for installation Job lot the project II.Full frame installations Replacing units in framed walls Replacing units in Masonry Openings III.Sash opening installations Interior installations Exterior installations IV.Interior Casing installation V.Exterior Casing installation B.Metal Cladding exterior casings C.Metal Cladding soffit and fascias D.Attic Ventilation E.House Wrap Installation F.Siding Installation G.Roofing Installation H.Patio Installation I.Deck Installation J.Sunroom Installation 7.Final inspections / Punch lists Job Forman Responsibilities Prepared for Shannon Juranek

2 Handling and storing the new products Hauling the windows while laying flat will cause the glass to vibrate and will cause premature seal failure. when it is warm, the framing will warp where it is not supported. The windows and doors are designed to carry their own weight standing upright. Hauling the glass vertically does not stress the seals in the thermal pane as much when transporting the units. Units with blinds must be hauled upside down to protect the blind cords! By verifying that all product are here for the project before the job is started allows for a smoother and better quality installation, and generally saves more time than it takes to get organized on the job site. NEVER HAUL OR STORE WINDOWS OR DOORS WITH THERMAL PANE GLASS LAYING FLAT!!! Verify that all of the material for the job are in stock. Proper handling is required for a quality product and installation.

3 Lead can affect children’s brains and developing nervous systems, causing reduced IQ, learning disabilities, and behavioral problems. Lead is also harmful to adults. Beginning April 2010, federal law requires contractors that disturb lead-based paint in homes, child care facilities and schools, built before 1978 to be certified and follow specific work practices to prevent lead contamination. Step 1. Paint testing must be performed on all surfaces to be affected by the work, or you must presume the paint is lead-based. Step 2. If lead is present, containment procedures must be followed. Step 3. Cleaning requirements must be met, checked by a certified professional and documented to meet the government regulations. Step 4. Lead contaminated waste and cleanup water must be disposed of safely. Renovate using lead safe work practices. Installation Manual

4 Full Frame Window Installation Manual Step 1. Check the new window for size to make sure that it has the right specs, and that it will fit the opening. Step 2. Move furniture, lay drop cloths, and remove the window coverings. Changing windows in framed walls

5 Full Frame Window Installation Manual Carefully remove and save the interior casing. Pull the nails from the back side so that they do dig into the face of the other trim, or damage the wall where you lean them. Cut the caulking around the outside trim so the window can be removed without damaging the siding. Step 3. Remove and save the existing interior casing. Step 4. Cut the caulking around the exterior trim to allow for the existing window to be removed. Changing windows in framed walls

6 Full Frame Window Installation Manual Step 5. remove the exterior trim and cut through any shims and fasteners and remove the old window. Step 6. Cut the siding nails on the top and bottom of the window to allow for flashings to be installed. Changing windows in framed walls

7 Full Frame Window Installation Manual Step 7. Block the sill as needed to accept the new style of window. Step 8. Install sill seal over the framing, and over the house wrap behind the siding. Changing windows in framed walls

8 Full Frame Window Installation Manual Fold the house wrap up so that it flashes over the nailing fin Install the window Step 8a Correct Sill flashing installation Step 8b Correct full frame window installation

9 Full Frame Window Installation Manual Step 9. Install the corner blocks to set the window to the same depth in the wall from the interior. Step 10. Center the window in the opening, and shim the sill under the clips. Changing windows in framed walls

10 Full Frame Window Installation Manual The window will still slide from side to side to allow for adjusting the reveal from the sash to the frame. Step 11. Shim behind the clips on the head of the window Step 12. Adjust the sash, and shim the side jambs as needed. Changing windows in framed walls

11 Full Frame Window Installation Manual The nails in the nailing fins hold the exterior of the frame from moving when installing the insulation around the frame. The foam insulation is the primary seal around the window frame. Start filling the cavity right behind the nailing fin, and make sure to work the insulation in around the shims. Step 13. Nail the nailing fin with roofing nails Step 14. Install the foam insulation around the frame Changing windows in framed walls

12 Full Frame Window Installation Manual The jamb extension is what holds the trim together, and is also where the blind brackets will be remounted, so screwing the top corners together allow for a solid installation without having to shim behind the extension jambs. Install the trim that you took off of the old window on the new jamb extensions. Clean the old glue off with a sanding block, DO NOT RECUT THE MITERS, unless matching the trim up to the old paint lines or wall paper is not an issue. Step 15. Rip the jamb extensions to the correct width and screw the corners together. Step 16. Install the trim onto the jamb extensions. Changing windows in framed walls

13 Full Frame Window Installation Manual Install color matching silicone caulking on the face of the jamb extension to glue the jamb extension to the window Slide the interior trim into the opening, and line the trim up with the paint lines or wall paper lines on the wall. Nail the trim to the wall. DO NOT RUN NAILS THROUGH THE MDF JAMB EXTENSIONS. (Nail filler does not work to hide the nail holes) Step 17. Caulk the joint where the jamb extensions will set against the window Step 18. Install the interior trim. Changing windows in framed walls

14 Full Frame Window Installation Manual Step 19. Putty the nail holes and wash the new products Step 20. Install a fine bead of face caulking between the window and the jamb extension, and reinstall the window covering brackets Changing windows in framed walls

15 Full Frame Window Installation Manual Step 21. Slide a drip cap under the siding on top of the window, and custom fit wood blocking between the siding and new window frame Step 22. Install metal cladding over the wood blocking, face caulking to the siding if it is painted siding. Changing windows in framed walls

16 Sash Opening Window Installation Manual Move furniture as needed. Lay drop cloths from the door to the area that you are working. Remove the window coverings as needed. Be careful not to damage the existing exterior trim. Remove the sash if needed, and cut the frame to remove it if necessary so it will not damage the trim. Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 1. Protect the contents and the floor Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior installation Step 2. Remove the storm window

17 Sash Opening Window Installation Manual Remove the existing interior stops allowing the operating sash to be removed. Pull the nails from behind right away so that they will not damage the wall or each other. Notes: Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 3. Remove the sash Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior installation Step 4. Remove the sash to the interior

18 Sash Opening Window Installation Manual Notes Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 5. Dry Fit the blind stop covers Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior installation Step 6. Install sealant on the blind stop

19 Sash Opening Window Installation Manual This allows for the new window to set tight to the window stool. Notes Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 7. Set the blind stop cover to the thickness of the new window Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 8. Fasten the blind stop covers

20 Sash Opening Window Installation Manual Notes Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 9. Dry fit the window Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 10. Install sealant on the blind stop cover

21 Sash Opening Window Installation Manual Notes Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 11. Shim the sill to straight, and fasten to the old window sill Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 12. Reinstall the interior stops

22 Sash Opening Window Installation Manual Notes Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 13. Clean the new products Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 14. Fill the nail holes and caulk the chipped paint as needed

23 Sash Opening Window Installation Manual Notes Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 15. Reinstall the window coverings Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 16. Remove the drop cloths and vacuum the work area

24 Sash Opening Window Installation Manual Notes Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 17. Install sealants exterior of the sill Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 18. Install the sill metal (if needed) and the sill extender

25 Sash Opening Window Installation Manual Notes Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 19. Seal the blind stop cover to the existing trim Standard Sash Pocket Installations – Interior Installation Step 20. Seal the blind stop cover to the new window.

26 INSTALLATION MANUAL 1.Organize the tools and equipment 2.Organize the daily Job site A.Safety B.Materials organization C.Equipment organization D.Cleanup and debris disposal daily 3.Personnel management (lead men & helpers) 4.Record Keeping A.Time cards B.Materials Tickets C.Lead safety paperwork 5.Customer Communication A.Meeting the Customer – Taking control of the project I.Where to park the trailers / dumpsters II.Set up a plan for the project so the customer knows what to expect B.Set up start times and confirm how to contact them if you need to for any reason 6.Install products to meet our installation specifications A.Window and Door Installations B.Metal Cladding exterior casings C.Metal Cladding soffit and fascias D.Attic Ventilation E.Siding Installation I.House Wrap Installation Inspect the product for damage Prepare the product for installation Job lot the project II.Lay out Running the line Installing the starter strip III.Accessories Corner posts Blocks Channeling openings IV.Installing Siding F.Roofing Installation G.Patio Installation H.Deck Installation I.Sunroom Installation 7.Final inspections / Punch lists Job Forman Responsibilities Prepared for Shannon Juranek


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