Note: These instructions show one type of PVC sill installation. Methods other than the ones shown may be used at the risk of the installer.
1.) Determine the placement of transition sill on the wall. Measure and chalk a line across the wall.
2.) Install the 3/4 inch J-Channel along the chalk line.
3.) Now measure down from the pocket of the J-Channel to the lock of the stone panel. Subtract a 1/4 inch and transfer the measurement on to the stone.
4.) Using snips or a saw cut across the panel.
5.) After the panel is cut, use a crimping tool to create lugs every 10-12 inches. The lugs will hook into the return portion of the J-Channel underneath the face. Lock the panel into place.
6.) To install the transition sill, place the transition sill on top of the J-Channel.
7.) Hook the leg of the transition sill onto the face of the J-Channel then nail into place
8.) Installing the starter strip measure 3/16 inch up from the shelf of the transition sill mark, then chalk a line. Place the bottom of the starter strip on the chalk line and nail into place.
9.) Install your exterior home siding, according to the siding installation instructions.
Be sure to obey all safety rules and recommendations set forth by tool manufacturers.
Always follow any, and all, local, state, and federal building codes. Always comply with any specified clearances set forth by the manufactures of stoves, fireplaces, furnaces, and any other heat sources, as well.