Polymer Roof Factory
PO Box 200, Vernon VT 05354
Phone 802-257-2011 ▪ Fax 802-257-0846
www.polymer-roof-factory.com

E-Mail:
info@polymer-roof-factory.com

Manufacture and sales of Garage door, shed, and barn transom, ABS door and window canopy's,
octagon and round windows, and ABS roofs for bow and bay windows by Andersen & others.


Polymer Window Roofs for Bow & Bay Windows
General Application Information

Save time and money when installing a roof on a Bay Window, Bow Window, or other construction projects. Avoid custom roof construction or plywood roof kits. The use of these roofs cut labor and material costs and results in an attractive maintenance free roof.

Applications can be determined by:

  1. Polymer Roofs will fit some window manufacturers, a list of Polymer Roofs and the windows that they fit are attached see application information.

  2. Polymer Roofs can be adapted to a bow or bay window using adapter or auxiliary casing fastened to top of window. See the Polymer Roofs instructions sheet and see the specifications sheets for sizes of the Polymer Roofs.

  3. Many vinyl and wood bow or bay windows can be custom ordered to fit desired Polymer Roofs.
    see the specifications sheets for sizes of the Polymer Roofs.

  4. Frame a bay window area into the wall construction using the Polymer Roofs sizes as a guide, stock window units can than be used to fill the framed openings. see the specifications sheets for sizes of the Polymer Roofs.

  5. Canopy's can be installed over doors and windows as an attractive way to protect them from the elements, See Canopy roof specifications, Canopy installation instructions and Canopy soffit instructions.

  6. Call us to discuss your project and we can help you get the correct product and size, some helpful information would be:

  1. Roof manufacturer and model, if known.
  2. Height over window (is there a soffit?).
  3. Bow or bay,30°,45°, or what type of window or door?
  4. Window jamb size of unit?
  5. Masonry or wood construction?
  6. Measurements of the window?
  7. A good place to start would be to pick a pattern that looks close to the shape of the top of your window. Go to the specification sheet and select set of specifications that seem close or a little larger than your window and than make a cardboard pattern using those dimensions. Try this pattern on your window and see how it fits, a little larger can sometimes be okay because it leaves more room for trim etc.

04-08-2008

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PDF Brochure: Polymer Window Roofs for Anderson Bay and Bow Windows
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The information on this web site is believed to be accurate. The 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