Then slide the tool horizontally along the lock to release it.
How to install vinyl siding hooks.
Install the vinyl siding hooks onto the side of your house.
If you have to cut the last row of siding you ll.
Install side j channels flush with the lower face of the bottom j channel and with the top of the window casing.
The easiest and safest way to hang something from vinyl siding is to use a siding hook.
Most hooks are stainless steel so they won t corrode and they are easy to remove when you re done with them.
Slide the removal tool hook end pointed downwards under.
It slips into the groove between adjoining slats and once it clicks into place you can hang items as heavy as 12 pounds.
It protects the sheathing from rain snow and pests.
Pull the hook forward and down until it catches on the siding.
Cut a tab in the bottom of the side j channels and fold under.
When you re ready to hang things on your vinyl siding push the curved part of the hook between the siding panels.
My vinyl siding pieces are molded to look like two planks together which means that the hooks only work between separated planks.
Open panel grooves when necessary using a siding removal tool.
Draw a line on the wall along the top of each siding course before you pull the nails.
Vinyl siding hooks have one end that is bent into a hook and one straight end that has a small catch at the tip.
The bottom of the starter strip the part the bottom panel hooks on to should be at least 1 in.
The mounting bar for the hook attaches to.
Cut and install bottom j flush with the sides of the window casing.
Divide the length of each wall by 8 inches the width of a piece of siding.
The hooks need a spot to grip.
Lift the unlocked siding to expose the nailing hem of the siding piece below.
Cut and install top j flush with the outer face of the side j s.
Slide the zip tool under the butt edge of the siding hook the locking edge and pull down.
Warning select the position on your vinyl siding where you wish to place the s hook.
If the result is a whole number you re in.
But if the result is not a whole number you will need to cut the final piece of siding lengthwise in order to fill in.