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EVS Frame Kit

It can take as little as 10 minutes to install a EVS Glazing panel, compared to over three hours to retro glaze a traditional double glazing panel

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EVS installation is very quick and simple and provides a professional finish that can be painted to match the surrounding timber. The EVS kits can be assembled onto a glazing panel that best suits the customers requirements then using a clip bead system the panel can be positioned then fixed with screws then clipped and sealed for a permanent fixing. Follow the information below for step by step instructions as well as view the video.

EVS Kit assembly

EVS Kits are supplied cut to size and ready to assemble. you will need additional silicon and uPVC welding cement which is available from your local hardware shop

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Step 1: Assemble parts

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Step 2: Clip frame together

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Step 3: Seal edges

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Step 4: Insert glass panel

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Step 5: Cement corners

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Step 6: Clip on back profiles

EVS panel pre-painting  

Pre-painting the EVS panels makes it a lot quicker to get the job installed with less onsite work later on.  

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Step 1: Roll onto a soft surface

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Step 2: Cement corners

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Step 3: Sand corners

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Step 4: Mask ready for paint

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Step 5: Seal before painting

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Step 6: Paint the face of the panel

Window Preparation for EVS

Preparing old windows can transform them back to new ready for the EVS panel

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Step 1: Scape off old paint

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Step 2: Mask around the putty

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Step 3: Seal and fill the putty edges

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Step 4: Paint the edges

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Step 5: Remove the masking tape

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Step 6: Clean the window

EVS panel installation

The EVS Step–by-Step guide, how to install the clip on panels. Fast, simple and more affordable!

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Step 1: Insert clips into back slots 

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Step 2: Position EVS unit onto the window

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Step 3: Set and screw the fixing clips into place.

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Step 4: Clip on the panel

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Step 5: Seal around the edges

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Step 6: Paint the sealed edges

Painting EVS

EVS is made of PVC that can be painted to match existing timber work. 

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Paint finish

Painting the EVS frames will visually match it back to the timber paint finish and protect the frame from long term UV damage. Contact your local paint supplier for recommendations on what paint system to use with the PVCu frames to best suit your local conditions. It will take a few days for the paint to a harden off so don't handle the units for a few days following sealing and painting. 

Remove broken panel

The process of removing a broken panel takes less time than repairing a broken putty window with the quick release clips.

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Step 1: Repair brocken panel

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Step 2: Cut around the edges

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Step 3: Pry around the edges

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Step 4: Pull panel off the fixing clips

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Step 5: Remove back profiles

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Step 6: Remove broken panel

The EVS installation booklet


Download the printable EVS step by step guide to assemble and install an EVS panels
Topics include:
-Assembling the EVS Kit
-Pre-painting the EVS panel
-Window preparation for EVS
-Installation of An EVS panel
-Removing of the EVS panel

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Talk to us about your Retro Glazing project

Phone: +64 (0) 3 455 0957 
Email: info@evsglazing.nz

EVS Head Office 

EVS Glazing Ltd
85 Hillside Road
South Dunedin
New Zealand

Contacts

Phone +64 (0)3 4550957
Email: info@evsglazing.nz
Mobile: +64 (0) 27 4346 912