Low Profile IN BOX™ with Metal Box for New Vinyl Siding Construction

Recessed, metallic electrical box with non-metallic, weatherproof-in-use cover for new siding applications. Accepts most single gang wiring devices and uses standard indoor wall plates or a GFCI cover plate. Non-metallic portion and covers are UV rated plastic for long outdoor life.

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Additional Information

IN BOX for new siding includes metallic box with non-metallic, weatherproof-in-use cover; installed bug plugs; (1) standard duplex and (1) standard GFCI face plate; and (1) set installation screws.Listed

Source: www.aifittings.com

CONSTRUCTION METALS INC Construction Metals Inc 6"X6' Rain Diverter Rd672g Drip Edge & Flashing Lengths

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There should be a leg of a metal angle piece

Hanging down off the roof called a drip edge.
Now I don't know without seeing it how the sider made the roof/wall terminition.
I get a feeling he used the lock at the bottom of the siding as a locked in point and floated the top up under some kind of angle coming off the roof, without any fastners,clips,trim on the top. But-- There might/should be a vynal trim piece under the roof that the top edge of the siding slips into.[It is small and the same color so maybe you didn't notice it] So as you slide the siding up to engage the bottom snap, you feed the top of the siding into the termination strip

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  • Avatar Chris Delaware River Campgrounds?
    Jul 28, 2013 by Chris | Posted in Camping

    Im trying to find a campsite along the delaware river that would let 17 year olds stay there, Help!!
    Preferably near the delaware water gap area

    • I'd drive into River Road on the east side of Bridgeport, NJ, just as US 130 traffic
      crosses over Raccoon Creek. I'll take the second left toward Delaware River on
      Ferry Road. 0.75 mile distant this disused …umping seventeen year oldies cheaply this dead-end park and pee is
      probably good enough. Remind them when you're returning to this location. Blow
      each a kiss and drive away wishing you were their age again..