Here is some more additional details or advice for installing the plastic windows and doors to your E-line Stucco Lighthouse.
1) Take a fine grit sandpaper and sand the back side of the windows and doors to take off the gloss sheen as this will help to promote bonding.
2) Take a hair dryer and put the setting on hot and put it on the windows and door. Then what I like to do is pre-form the window and door and around my forearm. This will then bend and mold the window and door to the desired curve you’re looking for. Then hit it again with the hair dryer and then do #3
3) Use Gorilla Super Glue Gel. It dries quickly and is amazing. It is also totally clear so it will not leave any colors on your lighthouse. Simply take a small bead and apply all around the outside edge of the window and door and attach it to the lighthouse.
4) Next, have a few strips of painters tape ready and apply the tape on the windows and door. This will hold the windows and door in place while the glue is drying.
I personally use the green painters tape as this has more adhesion then the blue painters tape as this is made for drywall.
As our website states we do not install the windows and doors for 2 reasons : 1) several people like to add and put the doors and windows on several different sections of the lighthouse so this way you can put them anywhere they want them. And 2) is E-line stands for economy line and we are trying to keep the prices as low as we can so yes adding the doors and windows takes time and especially if customers order another 6-8 windows it gets crazy with window and door location and it get way to time consuming thus we would have to charge more time for this work and again the entire reason for the E-line is to keep the price lower.