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After the removed frame, the sides of the wall opening are cleaned of the remains of fasteners, loose brick pieces and, if necessary, leveled with a quick-setting mortar. The difference in the width of the opening along its entire height should not exceed 5 mm. Particular attention should be paid to the precise alignment of the bottom side of the jamb, which will ensure a stable support of the window and its precise positioning.

If the window is attached with anchors, the plaster should be removed — especially when it is thick — in the places where they are screwed, which will facilitate the later finishing of the jamb. If the jamb is insulated and you want to move the window closer to the outer edge, cut the polystyrene with the plaster layer along an equal line corresponding to the future plane of the window.

Before installing the window, it is necessary to clean the reveal.
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The way in which we install the window depends on the place of its placement, the type of wall material and the method of finishing the jamb. The fastening of the window must ensure its stability under the load resulting from its own weight and dynamic forces caused by wind pressure, opening and closing.

This requires ensuring — in the vertical plane — a stable support in the window opening and horizontal stabilization through assembly with the use of anchors or dowels. Installation with the use of anchors — steel flat bars — embedded in the frame and screwed to the side of the jamb is the most frequently used method.

Such fastening allows to move the fastening points in the wall away from its edge, which is important when the window is to be installed close to the outer plane of the load-bearing layer. The second method is installation with dowels — steel expansion bolts passing through the window frame. In this way, the windows are fixed in place of the old ones, which later limits the finishing works — processing around the frame window to  MA.

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After the window opening is ready, the assembly should be started by disassembling the sashes in the new window, removing them from the hinges after knocking out the retaining bolts. Depending on the planned mounting method, we embed mounting anchors in the frame grooves or drill holes for dowels.

Anchors or holes should be placed around the perimeter of the frame at a distance of approx. 20 cm from the corners and at intervals of approx. 70 cm on the sides. Installation on dowels requires drilling a hole of two diameters in the PVC profile so that the screw head or nut rests on the internal wall of the steel reinforcement. This will allow you to cover the mounting points with a decorative cap. window to MA

Installation of anchors to the wall

Insert the pre-prepared frame into the opening, placing it on distance blocks or adjustment wedges. The height of the installation must take into account the thickness of the later installed internal window sill and leave a 1.5 cm gap at the top of the window. Plastic blocks or wedges must be placed under each vertical element of the frame — on its sides and under the central post.

We always arrange the wedges in pairs and by shifting each other we obtain height adjustments. Leave the blocks and wedges after installing the window. Therefore, they cannot protrude beyond the outline of the door frame.

In windows with wide sashes (over 70 cm), additionally insert two stop blocks on the sides of the frame. One on the hinge side at the bottom of the frame and one on the opposite side at the top. They prevent the frame from deforming under the load of a heavy sash. Pre-bend the mounting anchors so that they adhere to the wall with their mounting holes.

Insert the reinforced frame into the window opening, use wedges to regulate the height of the setting and the level of its lower side. A uniform assembly gap 1.5-2 cm wide should be obtained around the perimeter.

By controlling the equal distance between the frame and the face of the wall, initially block it with the mounting wedges at the bottom, and then, after checking the vertical alignment of the sides with a spirit level, fix it with the wedges at the top. After checking the correct positioning around the perimeter, fasten the anchors to the wall using quick-fastening dowels.

Checking with a spirit level the vertical alignment of the sides

If the installation is carried out with dowels, drill them in the wall through the previously made holes in the frame and embed the dowels. We do not tighten them too much so as not to deform the profile, and before drilling another hole, we check the correct positioning of the frame. The next step is to fill the assembly gap with polyurethane foam .

Before applying it, the surface of the wall should be moistened, e.g. with a sprayer, and for application, use a gun foam, because the use of a container with a hose does not allow for precise dosing and even distribution of the foam. The foam is introduced from the bottom up, paying attention to the careful filling of the gap around the entire perimeter. Next, we mount the window sashes on the frame and close them until the foam hardens.

Installation using system materials

The desire to improve thermal insulation and eliminate thermal bridges means that some changes are also introduced in the window installation technology, and new accessories facilitate trouble-free, thermal insulation installation of the window joinery.

More and more often — especially when «arming» new houses with windows — the so-called layered installation, which, thanks to limited vapor permeability, eliminates the risk of water vapor condensation in the reveal, thus improving the thermal insulation of the window.

Layer assembly consists in covering the assembly gap filled with heat-insulating foam and foils with different properties. A vapor barrier foil is glued on the inside to protect the mounting foam against the ingress of moist air. On the other hand, a vapor-permeable foil is attached to the outside, which allows evaporation of any moisture that may appear at the window-jamb interface, and protects against the ingress of rainwater.

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The choice of installation method depends solely on the type of material of which the walls of the room are made and the size of the window. Install the frame can be anchors or dowels - one of the most reliable ways to install large window systems. Fixing the frame provides reliable protection against stresses during operation; toothed plates - installed spurs, fastening is performed with screws, and drilling the walls is not performed. This type of installation is used for small windows. INSTALLATION OF WINDOWS IN WOODEN HOUSES When choosing a type of installation, you should consider the type of building material. For example, the difference in installing windows in a foam concrete or brick wall is only the size of the recess anchors, but wooden structures use an entirely different approach. In addition, it should be taken into account that the installation of windows in a wooden object should be carried out one year after the construction of the house.

Why wait? For the shrinkage of the material to occur. Installation of windows in a wooden home is not made in the opening and in a wooden box (flashing or jambs), which will reliably protect the construction from damage. At the same time, the window unit itself should not show signs of defects and fungus. Before you begin the work, you must be treated with an antiseptic agent. Shrinkage of the house will be carried out after the installation of windows. Therefore it is necessary to leave a gap of 3 cm between the casing and the wall in the upper part of the opening. Sill for wooden structures can be used as standard. The window sill should be chosen wooden or polymer. But it should be borne in mind that wood has the property to let the evaporation, which will affect the properties of the installation foam, so before applying, it is recommended to use a special vapor barrier tape. The foam ensures that the frame is firmly anchored in the opening. A layer of the material provides additional insulation and a reliable connection. For longer retention of technical parameters of the assembly foam, the resulting layer is treated with insulating materials. Window installation can be done in any season, but you can immediately identify all the shortcomings in the winter period. Choosing assembly foam, it is necessary to analyze at what temperature the composition will quickly set. For the job, it is better to select professional foam to install plastic structures in the winter; it will not hurt to use the specialized nozzle. The foam should be performed from the bottom up, performing circular movements. To avoid overspending the material, it is recommended to perform the foaming in several steps.

The inner layer should be denser. CLEANING THE ENTRY AND WINDOW PREPARATION Clean the opening of debris, paint, and dust. Clean out the box layer if old construction will be used. The gaps between the door and the frame will be filled with foam if their size does not exceed 4 cm. If a more significant gap is used, foam, bricks, or plasterboard. The frame is released from the sash; the pin is removed. The glazing is removed from the dummy window with the incomplete removal of glazing bars. In this case, the small window can be installed without removing insulating glass units. The removed insulating glass unit is installed on a flat surface. Regardless of the chosen type of mounting of the frame, it is recommended to use a pitch of 40 cm (maximum allowable - 70 cm from the corners and the impost - 15 cm. Install the frame in the opening, pre-installing the corners on the perimeter to ensure a clear horizontal alignment. Spacers located near the mounting location will help protect the frame from damage. Self-tapping screws are cut into the frame in wooden construction, not up to the stop. For foam concrete and brick structures, the holes for mounting are drilled, and only then is the frame installed—performed verification of compliance with the horizontal and vertical. Install insulating glass units and window sashes. Fill the gaps with fitting foam—seal joints with masking tape. Carry out the installation of the window sill. Carry out the structure of the soffits. Leave the windows for 16 hours to avoid compromising the integrity of the joints.

Installation of windows - common mistakes

The problem of ensuring sufficient support of the window frame while maintaining good thermal insulation is solved by the use of profiles forming ready substrates for the window and the external and internal window sill, or as one-sided, with only a slope formed under the external window sill.

Alternatively, elements in the form of slats with the width of the window frame profile and made of cellular PVC are used, ensuring tightness of the connection and easy adaptation to the installation of window sills on both sides.

When using heat-insulating profiles, you need to carefully prepare the base for their laying — the wall must be perfectly horizontal and with an even surface.

Windows with even the best parameters will not fully fulfill their task if they are incorrectly installed. Incorrect installation of windows can make them leaky and quickly fail. How can you be sure that the assembly team is doing its job properly? In this article, we explain the stages of window installation, we suggest what to remember when making it, and above all, we check what errors in window installation are most often made by installers. Find out what to look for to make sure your windows are installed correctly!

The installation of windows is as important as their choice

Thinking about replacing windowsor installing them in a house that is just under construction, we most often focus primarily on issues such as the appropriate shape and materials from which the window frames will be made. Well-chosen windows often determine what the facade of the building will look like, they also affect the appearance and lighting of the rooms. No wonder that the aesthetics of windows is an important issue for buyers. In addition, a lot of attention must also be paid to the selection of appropriate window parameters regarding thermal and acoustic insulation, safety and light transmittance. Although these two things — the appearance of windows and their properties — are taken into account by almost everyone, many people rely on professionals when it comes to installing window joinery, without thinking about it. Installing windows is a serious matter, hence yes, it should be entrusted to an experienced team, but it is still worth knowing for yourself how this process works. If only to make sure that no mistakes are made, the consequences of which will negatively affect our comfort. Remember that even the best energy-saving windows will be leaky if installed carelessly. If you plan to replace the entire woodwork, be sure to also check our entry about it how to properly install external doors !

The most common mistakes made when installing windows

In the following paragraphs, we describe the errors that can most often be encountered during individual assembly stages and what to pay attention to when installing windows .

Error 1 — Incorrect window installation planning

Proper planning is just as important as the process of installing a window. You need to choose the right moment to arrange the woodwork, both windows and doors. Especially in the case of wooden windows, it is best to do it after works such as pouring floors and plastering inside the building are completed. Additionally, if external thermal insulation of walls is planned, it is better to install windows before this process begins.

Even at the design stage, we should also answer the question of whether we are interested in installing external roller shutters . Some of their types — such as top-mounted roller shutters — require the widening of the window opening by the size of the box (this in turn depends on the size of the roller shutter).

Error 2 — Lack of proper preparation of window openings

Improper preparation of window openings is a relatively common mistake — and easy to spot in good time, if you know what to look for. Remember that window openings must be properly prepared not only for mounting windows in them, but also earlier — to make appropriate measurements — only then will we be able to properly install the windows .

The processing of the jambs includes, first of all, leveling their surface. These should be flat, free of unevenness, gaps and cracks. Any such imperfections may result in difficulties with tightly sticking the sealing foil during the actual part of the window assembly. Pay attention to the leveling of the bottom edge — this is where the window rests, so it is important that it is perfectly even. Finally, the walls should be measured by flatness and verticality.

Error 3 — Incorrectly carried out jamb measurements

Another mistake that is often made is installing windows that are too small or too large in relation to the reveal. This is usually a consequence of improperly performed measurements.
Jamb measurements should be made after the edges and the substrate have been leveled, but before the external walls are plastered. If we measure the jambs before aligning, it may turn out that some changes in dimensions have occurred while aligning the walls — and in this case even a millimeter may be important. Measurements must be made very carefully, using a tape measure and a spirit level. Measurements should be carried out on both sides of the jamb (external and internal), and you must also make sure that the angles of the window openings are actually straight.

To properly install the windows , it must be slightly smaller than the jamb. So — you need to leave a small gap in case the windows deform due to temperature fluctuations.
It should also be taken into account that the correct width of the gap between the window frame and the reveal depends not only on the length of the frame, but also on the type of window to be ordered. It will, for example, vary depending on whether the windows are made of wood or PVC or aluminum. Usually, for wood, the gap should be slightly smaller.

If it turns out that there are errors in the measurements, installing windows of the wrong size will almost certainly cause problems in the future. In a situation where the gap is too small, the frames may be damaged (related to deformation, caused by temperature changes). The consequence of this state of affairs will be problems with opening and closing the window, especially in the summer. You can also expect a problem with the tightness of the window.

When, on the other hand, the gap is too large, the fitters will probably try to deal with the problem by using too much foam, which unfortunately can also damage the windows. Too small size of the window prevents proper connection with the wall, which will negatively affect its tightness. If it turns out too small, then you should consider using a special batten or aerated concrete blocks.

Error 4 — Installing a window on a dirty surface

It happens that negligent teams put a window on dirty ground — this is one of the greatest sins that can be committed when installing windows . It is also the easiest mistake to avoid.
Just before installing the window, the base of the jamb should be very carefully cleaned. If there are any impurities such as dust or plaster fragments on it, the window will not be tight! The foam spread on a dirty substrate will not stick to it well enough, which will lead to later unsealing, and cold air will enter the house through the small gaps between the window and the wall. Additionally, such dirt absorbs any moisture. So before the actual window assembly process begins, let’s check if the jamb substrate has been cleaned.

Error 5 — Improper installation of the window, i.e. installation of windows without sub-sill strips or without fasteners

If we come across a careless or inexperienced installer, he may want to embed the window directly into the reveal — without any sill strips. Do not believe the information that their use is not necessary: ​​the lack of a sub-sill strip will make it difficult to install the window sill correctly later. If the window is installed without a sill strip, water leakage is likely to occur in the future. Moisture will not only get into the room and begin to penetrate the wall, but also may cause unsealing in the joints — and thus the window will no longer effectively protect against blasts of cold air. It will also be a bad idea to install the window without supporting blocks — the movements of the window frame on the wall or the insulation will lead to deformations and cracks in the plaster.

The window frame should be mounted using special dowels, anchors, bolts or screws. The use of specific tools depends primarily on the material of the walls. For example, in wooden or lightweight concrete houses, screws are usually used. Anchors — if the spacing of the frame is too large for dowels. In houses made of concrete, solid and silicate bricks or holes, dowels and screws can be used. Plugs are also used in walls made of gas concrete, stone or ceramic blocks.

Attachment points should be placed at appropriate distances — both too small and too many of them will be problematic. Usually, it is assumed that the correct spacing between them is 70 centimeters for PVC or aluminum windows and 80 centimeters for wooden windows. However, the correct distance between the mounting points should be specified in the manufacturer’s instructions — individual windows may differ significantly from each other, so it is best to follow the instructions.

Currently, it rarely happens that professionals try to install windows only with foam, apart from the presence of mechanical fasteners, but if we find a team using just such a technique — you must not allow it, it is a wrong window installation . Otherwise, the frames may become deformed, leakages and cracks may appear in the plaster (and this may lead to the ingress of moisture). We should also pay attention to the fact that there are not too many fasteners — if the window is installed with too many anchors or screws, the connection between the window and the wall will be too stiff. This creates a certain risk that the window will warp as a result of changing temperatures.

Error 6 — Incorrect sealing of the window

Incorrect window sealing is probably the most common mistake you can encounter when it comes to installing windows. Only careful sealing guarantees full protection against moisture.
The most important rule to keep in mind in the sealing process is: tighter on the inside than on the outside. A really well insulated joint consists of three layers: an inner layer (sealing tapes that will prevent air and vapor from passing through), a middle layer (foam, thermally and acoustically insulating) and an outer layer (impregnated laminated or expansion tapes). Window installation that includes such a comprehensive seal is simply called «sandwich» (sometimes in such cases the term «warm installation» is also used, although technically it is not correct).

The use of foam alone as a sealant is hardly a mistake — if we have not decided to order the installation of sandwich windows, it will be used to seal the windows. You can get a good effect with the foam, at least as long as the crew is not careless.

As already mentioned, avoid mistakes when installing windows and remember that the foam can only be placed on a cleaned substrate. It is important to distribute the right amount of it. Economical management of the foam will result in the creation of unsealed places. The consequence of using too much foam can, in turn, be deformation of the window profile. The foam also needs to dry thoroughly before it can be processed.

Error 7 — Leaving the protective foil

The error also concerns not so much the window assembly process as our conduct before or immediately after it. Removing the foil before or immediately after installing the windows is a mistake, but it will also be a failure to remove the protection for too long. The protective film should remain on the windows while the windows are being installed and while the house is under construction and renovation — such as applying external plaster. Removing it too early will probably result in the appearance of scratches or dirt difficult to clean. However, if the foil is left on the window for too long, its removal due to the influence of weather conditions becomes difficult, if not completely impossible. Hence, it is best to get rid of this protection within a month (max. Two) of installing the windows.

What is worth remembering when installing windows

There are two things you should remember when installing windows. First, due diligence is more important than completing the work promptly. Second, the way the windows will be installed varies depending on a number of factors. For example, the type of wall is important (the material it is made of, whether it is single-layer, double-layer or has internal insulation), the place of installation of the window (in the roof or in the wall), and above all: the window itself. Remember that each one is different — so be sure to read the manufacturer’s instructions before the experts go to work.

If we notice any mistakes when installing windows , don’t be afraid to pay attention to them. Some errors can be corrected if they are noted early enough. In turn, if we do not react — we run the risk of later problems or even the need to replace newly installed windows.

Various types of mounting

There are many ways to install windows, but experts say that there are two basic ones: correct and incorrect. This is obviously an industry joke, but it shows how important an element of window replacement is installation. Even the best product will not work properly if it is not properly integrated into the building wall. The differences relate to special-purpose windows. We install standard windows differently, differently energy-saving, and yet differently anti-burglary windows.

Standard assembly

Most users choose to install standard windows that meet their requirements sufficiently. The method of installation is adjusted to the type and thickness of the wall, and a detailed design is prepared before starting work. In simplified terms, it can be assumed that in single-layer walls, the window is inserted in half its width, in two-layer walls at the outer edge, and in three-layer walls at the insulation level. Anchors or dowels are used to fix the window. The assemblers decide about the choice of mounting. The first solution is used in the case of smaller windows, and the second one, which ensures greater rigidity of the structure, for larger windows.

Assembly stages

It is very important to properly prepare the wall for installation. The surface of the jamb, i.e. the window opening, should be carefully cleaned to remove any loose pieces of wall and other debris. The window itself is inserted in such a way that the distance from the wall at the top and on the sides is the same. At the bottom, there is more space for a window sill or other type of window sill. The window frame is fixed with wedges and it is time to install the frame, for which the previously mentioned dowels or anchors are used. After installing the frame, the space between the window and the wall is insulated. Correct sealing is crucial for meeting the insulation parameters of the window.

Warm assembly

Energy-efficient windows require a slightly different installation. In their case, it is very important to seal the frame more carefully in order to eliminate thermal bridges through which warm air escapes. Before installation, the surface of the opening is carefully leveled, and three layers of insulation are used for sealing. The first outer layer of the vapor-permeable tape protects the insulation against weather conditions. The middle layer, most often polyurethane foam, is located between the window and the frame. The third inner layer is a vapor barrier foil that protects the foam against moisture. This type of installation is called warm installation for a reason, because it allows for high energy savings .

Installation of anti-burglary windows

The method of installing anti-burglary windows is still different. In order to take full advantage of their properties, they should be installed in accordance with the strict European standard EN-V 1627-30. It includes parameters such as the type and size of the dowels, the distance between them and the depth of the anchors. If the installation conditions are not met, the window will not meet the safety certificate. Therefore, for the installation of anti- burglary windows , it is necessary to hire an assembly team recommended by the manufacturer, who will issue an appropriate guarantee document after the work is done .

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