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  • Brick Mould allows replacement process to be easier with sealing and adressing exterior aesthetics

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  • Privileged and Confidential West Coast Training Installation, Sales and Products Simonton ‘Brown Bag’ learning lunch 7/23/13
  • Privileged and Confidential Agenda • Purpose: • Provide Simonton employees a general and brief overview of the installation, sales and product differences in the West Coast • Outline: • West Coast window materials • West Coast installation techniques • Product review • Daylight Max 7300 • Madeira 7500 • Verona 2
  • Privileged and Confidential What are the differences between the coasts?
  • Privileged and Confidential East (or EVERYWHERE EXCEPT California) “I35” California “The 35”
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  • Privileged and Confidential West Coast Building Materials 9
  • Privileged and Confidential West Coast Materials 10 • Primarily wood windows in wood frame • Coastal uses more aluminum • Vast majority aluminum • Primarily stucco application Northwest Region Southwest Region
  • Privileged and Confidential West Coast Materials 11 • Very similar to eastern installation process • Mainframe is left intact • New window is inserted within opening • Exterior can be easily finished with coil wrap or new trim • Weather barrier issues are easily addressed Northwest Region
  • Privileged and Confidential West Coast Materials 12 • Thin frame aluminum • Customers expect max glass for views • Original installation is completed prior to stucco finish • Exterior is often difficult to finish • Weather barrier issues are difficult • Jump frame installations Southwest Region
  • Privileged and Confidential Installation 13
  • Privileged and Confidential Installation – standard (East) Brick Mould exterior is typical for central and eastern applications Exterior sealing and aesthetics are easier
  • Privileged and Confidential Installation – jumping the frame (West) Most existing windows are aluminum with interior drywall/plaster returns, finished with wood trim and a wood or marble apron, or a combination of the two, as pictured above
  • Privileged and Confidential Installation – jumping the frame Why? Aluminum windows on the west coast typically have stucco on exterior, and plaster or tile on interior. This makes removal of the window challenging at best.
  • Privileged and Confidential The sashes are removed and the center mullion is cut (if applicable) and folded out of the unit, exposing fasteners on each side. The fasteners are then removed, leaving only the edge of the frame. Installation – jumping the frame
  • Privileged and Confidential Per AAMA guidelines, it is required to liberally apply sealant to the entire outer edge of the existing frame. This will help to prevent future leaking. Please review installation instructions as well as AAMA guidelines prior to installing the new window unit. *Reference AAMA 2410-03 publication for full version AMMA* Guidelines Installation – jumping the frame
  • Privileged and Confidential The unit is installed within the perimeter of the existing frame by driving installation screws through piloted holes made into the metal frame. It is recommended to fill pilot holes with sealant prior to driving screws. Please note that no screws should be installed through the sill which is not recommended due to breach of watershed design. Installing replacement window Installation – jumping the frame
  • Privileged and Confidential The interior void between the existing frame and new window is filled with non-expanding foam to insulate the unit. Excess foam is either cleaned immediately with solvent or allowed to harden and then scraped off. Interior Finishing - Insulating Installation – jumping the frame
  • Privileged and Confidential Use of the Simonton provided interior finishing strip, with “peel and stick” 3M adhesive can be used to address the gap between the new installed unit and the frame on the interior if no interior stop or drywall/stucco return is present. Interior Finishing – Flat Trim Installation – jumping the frame
  • Privileged and Confidential The stucco flange is applied to the accessory groove of the exterior frame after a bead of sealant is applied to the groove. The stucco flange has ridges on its back to assist in scoring for sizing appropriately into the opening. The stucco flange should be cut to allow minimal clearance tolerance once the window is installed. The small gap left on the entire perimeter should be then sealed with the appropriate sealant. Exterior Finishing – Stucco Flange Installation – jumping the frame
  • Privileged and Confidential The stucco flange can be cut to fit with snips, leaving a minimal gap which is then sealed. This application can be modified to adapt to most installation needs. Exterior Finishing – Stucco Flange Installation – jumping the frame
  • Privileged and Confidential 24 Installation – jumping the frame
  • Privileged and Confidential 25 Installation – jumping the frame Review Minimal glass loss Retains original narrow frame appearance Adhesion is to original frame rather than to stucco – original seal untouched Exterior sealant and insulation is extremely important Stucco flange is used often
  • Privileged and Confidential Product Lines 26
  • Privileged and Confidential Product Lines • Madeira • Daylight Max • Verona 27
  • Privileged and Confidential Product Lines - Madeira 28
  • Privileged and Confidential Product Lines - Madeira 29 Designed for traditional wood window look 15 dead air chambers 7/8” Argon Filled IG Dual action cam lock „Beefy‟ 3-1/4” frame ½” Constant Force Balance Finely Finished Weld Joints Metal Reinforced Interlocking Meeting Rail Equal sight-lines Dual Contoured Lift and Pull Rails 12 points of weatherstrip contact
  • Privileged and Confidential Product Lines - Madeira
  • Privileged and Confidential • Single Hung • Double Hung • Single Slider • Double Slider • Picture • Geometrics • Bay/Bow Product Lines - Madeira Available styles
  • Privileged and Confidential Product Lines – Daylight Max - 7300 32
  • Privileged and Confidential 33 Designed for narrow, west coast expectations 13 dead air chambers ¾” Argon Filled IG Dual action Cam Lock 2-7/8” frame Metal Reinforced Interlocking Meeting Rail Unequal sight-lines 8 points of weatherstrip contact Finely Finished Weld Joints ½” Constant Force Balance Product Lines – Daylight Max - 7300
  • Privileged and Confidential • Single Hung • Single Slider • Picture • Geometrics • Bay/Bow Product Lines – Daylight Max - 7300 Available styles
  • Privileged and Confidential Product Lines – Daylight Max - 7300
  • Privileged and Confidential Product Lines – Verona 36
  • Privileged and Confidential Product Lines - Verona 37 Opening price point option 8 dead air chambers ¾” Argon Filled IG Dual action Cam Lock Block and Tackle Finely Finished Weld Joints Metal Reinforced Interlocking Meeting Rail Unequal sight-lines 4 points of weatherstrip contact 2-3/4” frame
  • Privileged and Confidential • Single Hung • Single Slider • Picture • End Vent • Geos • No Casement Product Lines – Verona Available styles
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  • Privileged and Confidential Product Lines – Comparison
  • Privileged and Confidential Review • Different installation techniques require different products/applications • Customer expectations lean toward maximum glass and visibility • Design options and features often “begin” on the West Coast and travel toward the East • Three main options • Wide frame, high options, high energy efficiency • Narrow frame, high options, moderate energy efficiency • Narrow frame, economically-driven, minimal options 41
  • Privileged and Confidential Review • For brochure which includes all three product lines, visit: http://www.slideshare.net/slideshow/embed_code/24459598 • For online version of today‟s presentation, visit: 42
  • Privileged and Confidential Review 43 Follow Simonton on Twitter: @simontonwindows Follow Simonton on Facebook To follow Doug: @DougDeLuca2 or; Follow on LinkedIn