Each section of this installation manual is designed to guide you through every step of.
How to install metal siding inside.
Make sure to be careful of the sparks.
But if you choose the panels and fasteners carefully and follow correct installation procedures plywood panels can last a long time.
Additionally it comes in all types of surfaces from the wooden log cabin look to the modern shiny platinum look.
Installation procedures for aluminum or steel siding are nearly identical with one exception cutting procedures.
Sheet panel siding is an affordable option for covering a home s exterior.
You also need to check the walls.
Before you can begin installing the metal siding you determine how much siding you will need to purchase by measuring the entire area to be covered.
For installation open the entire box and lift pieces rather than slide them to prevent scratching.
Make sure product is stored flat with support under the length of box.
Place the insofast panels together in the corners leaving a gap at the butt joint for foam sealant.
Installing metal siding can be fairly simple if you follow the instructions in this manual.
Step 1 preparing to install the siding.
A metal panel can protect a structure for an incredibly long time but only if properly installed.
Always review the installation guide for your product before beginning installation.
Corrugated steel siding is a popular choice among homeowners as it is fire resistant cost effective and safe from damage in case of hail.
These products have gotten a bad reputation in recent years due to reports of panels that buckle delaminate or come loose from the wall.
Inside corners corner with sheet metal backer.
Install the corner posts that came with your metal siding first.
Finally situate the metal sheet onto the drywall and attach to the corrugated metal strips using screws designed for the tin.
The corner posts are the pieces of siding that will wrap around the corners of the surface you re working on.
If you find any nails simply hammer them all the way into the wall or remove them using the claw end of a hammer.
Steel siding has sharp edges.
Similar to j channel used with vinyl siding j trim is nailed to the building s framing at the top edge and along any interior corner seams to hide the raw edges of the siding.
Install metal corner flashing to provide attachment for the corner post and siding.
J trim installs on steel sided buildings such as pole barns and commercial buildings as the finish trim to steel siding.
The exact installation process may vary depending on the siding you re using but generally you will need to position the posts on the corners and then nail them into place using the cut out nail slots.
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Tilt the box 90 degrees on its side during transport.
See page 20 for instructions on cutting methods.
Always keep siding material dry and protected.