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Crown molding instead of shutters

Posted by jjbjr (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 22, 10 at 23:27

I am looking for an easy inexpensive way to add crown molding to my outdoor windows. I like the simple classy look it gives. Is there any way to install perhaps a PVC or other product that wont compromise the integrity of the window or the shingle. Or do I have to do it the old fashion way and remove the shingles and provide flashing.The windows are Anderson with a slight trim on a 1950 Ranch House. The measurement was aproximately 38inches across. If possible I would like to do it myself.I know there is someone on this forum that can help PLEASE. Thank you jjbjr


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RE: Crown molding instead of shutters

Are you referring to a window header/pediment?

http://www.midamericacomponents.com/_contractor/windows_doors/window_headers_custom.php

Here is a link that might be useful: Mid America


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RE: Crown molding instead of shutters

Thank you! That is exactly what I was looking for.


Sincerly jjbjr


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RE: Crown molding instead of shutters

Glad to be of service. Mid America accessories are available just about everywhere (building supply houses).


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