PO Box 200, Vernon VT 05354
Phone 802-257-2011 ▪ Fax 802-257-0846
Manufacture and sales of Garage door, shed, and barn transom, ABS
door and window canopy's,
and round windows, and ABS roofs for bow and bay windows by Andersen & others.
Bay Window Roof Installation Instructions
|Polymer roofs are designed to be
installed with auxiliary casing provided by window
manufacturer or others .See illustration below. This casing
is sometimes no more than a piece of 1"x1" pine to fill in
the space between the platform or head board and the outer
edge of the window and is used to provide fastening for the
roof. Sometimes this piece could be a little wider to better
fill in the space between the window and the roof or perhaps
higher and wider to provide space for a crown molding.
Install Auxiliary Casing.
Caulk surface of flashing and
other surfaces of roof where it meets building and
Attach roof to auxiliary casing
with the screws provided.
After the roof has been
attached to the window use galvanized or stainless steel
roofing nails to attach the roof flashing to the
building. Use the nail holes provided or drill at least
3/16" holes. Do not nail tight: leave room for
Install the siding: do not nail
through the flashing flange.
No other finishing is
recommended and may void warranty.
Care must be taken to insure
that windows are installed in accordance with
manufacturers instructions including support by cables
or knee brackets to keep windows from sagging.
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polymer roof factory will not be liable for errors and omissions.
Specifications, details, and other information should be verified by
the user. Last Updated
27 January 2010