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Old 10-12-2009, 06:35 PM   #1
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I have a client whi has Mastic windows. A few sashes are fogging. Anyone know who deals with Mastic windows in Connecticut?
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Old 10-12-2009, 07:01 PM   #2
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You can try Allied Building Prod. out of South Windsor.
They took over C&S Distributors who use to carry the Mastic line.
Phone:860-610-0356
Or Try Google for Local dealer.

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You can try Allied Building Prod. out of South Windsor.
They took over C&S Distributors who use to carry the Mastic line.
Phone:860-610-0356
Or Try Google for Local dealer.
Call them or look up PVC industries they are out of new york but they have a rep that lives in that area
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Thanks guys, Allied doesn't have them anymore. I will try PVC
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I have a client whi has Mastic windows. A few sashes are fogging. Anyone know who deals with Mastic windows in Connecticut?
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Jim Waters corp
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Jim Waters Corp now sells something by Owens Corning called "wallscape". its basically cultured stone attatched to a panel with a steel nail hem that can be applied like siding. its available in certain area's and seems like a neat product. rather than installing cultured stone one at a time this stuff comes in a 3 or 4 foot panel. curious to see what a finsihed job looks like.
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Jim Waters Corp now sells something by Owens Corning called "wallscape". its basically cultured stone attatched to a panel with a steel nail hem that can be applied like siding. its available in certain area's and seems like a neat product. rather than installing cultured stone one at a time this stuff comes in a 3 or 4 foot panel. curious to see what a finsihed job looks like.

And this helps the OP how?
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Old 10-15-2009, 12:59 PM   #8
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a yeah, you're right. the fact that you mentioned Jim Waters Corp and i mentioned a product they now carry that no one else does was way out of line.
stay away from my posts. if you spent more time dealing with your "problem customers" rather than asking complete strangers how to deal with him and less time stalking my posts,maybe you would'nt need a message board as a security blanket for your shoddy siding work.
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That was classy
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about as classy as i'm ever going to get with someone like you.
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Well now that thios is ourt of the way...

OP Have you had any luck with JW?
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this does sound interesting hows it priced?
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this does sound interesting hows it priced?
About 1,000 sq. Not cheap but it does install easily and looks really good providing your cuts are clean

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