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Old 10-13-2009, 08:39 PM   #1
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brick mould with j-channel?


hi i am new to this forum, i am looking for a vinyl or pvc brick mould ( white ) with the j-channel for vinyl siding already made into it ( like they do with the new windows ) i would like to use this on a new exterior entry door, and also around a new garage door, is there somewhere i can buy this or order it from?
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If you are referring to vinyl windows, that is completely different. I am not aware of such a brickmold. They do have composite and solid vinyl brickmold, but not with J-ch attached.

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Is it as simple as buying the brick mould and dato a groove?
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It should be available at your local siding or building supply houses (not the big box stores). If for some reason they don't stock it they should be able to order it for you.
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There is a product made by Gossen company that is exactly what you're looking for. i think you can locate a local dealer on their website.
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thanks for the tip on the " gossen corp" i have sent a request to them for more info, hoep fully will find an area dealer that i can purchase through, i also had a suggestion to use a dado blade on a standard piece of vinyl brick mould, the only one i could find had a recess built into the back side thus preventing me from being able to " dado " it, it was a good idea until i discovered that, these sites are great sources of information thanks to everyone! have a good day!
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the true Bm is as such for stucco with a V shape key to lock down the edge of stucco, but the true brick mold will have the detail on the face and a square 90 deg. on it's outside edge for the ext finish to but. Sears and Amazon carry vinyl sideing components though, maybe something close to get her done!!!

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