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Window Systems

Western's forming systems accomodate all three of the major methods of creating a window opening: adjustable window molds cast-in-place frames, and window bulkhead forms.

Window molds attach to the wall forms through ties.  Western Foms' aluminum cavity window molds can hold a steel  window frame (red in this photo). The steel window frame will be cast in place and ready to receive the glass pane when the forms are stripped.  The recommended  Western Forms aluminum bulkhead is used at the window sill and header positions.

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Blockback Bulkhead Form

Blockback Bulkhead Form Use two ways to form end of wall at door/window opening: 1. with concrete flush to corner. 2. with concrete to a specified dimension from the form joint it is attached to.

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Window Mold Extensions

Window Mold Extensions These handy extensions add 1” – 2” thickness to “C Series” Window Molds. Made of durable steel for years of dependable maintenance-free service.

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Lintel Cones

Lintel Cones Designed to allow standard “C Series” windows to be cast with concrete lintel over the top. Tapered for easy “pull-up” stripping.

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Window Molds

Window Molds CAVITY WINDOW MOLDS / WESTERN FORMS “C SERIES” BASEMENT WINDOW MOLDS

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Moldless Window Systems

Moldless Window Systems NORTHVIEW BUCKO WHITE VINYL BASEMENT & EGRESS WINDOW.

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Window Wells

Window Wells Windows installed partially below the soil line can experience excess moisture, leading to water damage on the home. Create a barrier dam with a window well and isolate the soil moisture from the window.

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