Installation Instructions 

Clad venting octagon windows

1 Prepare the rough opening. It is extremely important that the opening is plumb and level. The window must set square and level into the finished opening. You can make a template by tracing the window on a piece of cardboard and enlarging the tracing by 5/16" all the way around, to make it the size of the rough opening.

2 Carefully apply interior extension jambs, if needed.

3 Make sure the window fits correctly in the rough opening.

4 Than remove the window, caulk the back of the exterior nailing fin, and install it in the opening. Be sure it is plumb and level.

Install the vent window while it is in the closed position nail or screw the window to the building through the holes in the pre-drilled exterior nailing flange.

5 CHECK the window for proper operation before completely fastening and installing the siding.

It is important, when installing the window and siding that, the cladding is not nailed randomly, use aluminum or stainless steel screws or nails and fasten through the holes provided, or drill new holes a little larger than shank of the fasteners being used.

6 Install interior trim.

7 Stain or paint the unfinished wood surfaces, all wood surfaces must be finished as soon as possible to prevent warping. Apply a bead of caulk where the glass contacts the exterior trim and wherever moisture may enter.

First Line Sales, 802 257 2011, www.firstlinesales.com

6 March 2010

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