This classification applies to the manufacture of metal or plastic door or window frames. This classification also applies to the manufacture of metal or plastic frames and components for use in the manufacture of mirrors, skylights, screen doors, window screens, patio covers and sunroom enclosures.
The manufacture of metal, plastic or combination metal, plastic and glass doors or windows shall be classified as 3060(1), Door or Window Mfg. — metal or plastic.
The manufacture of metal or plastic framed screen doors or window screens shall be classified as 3060(3), Door or Window Mfg. — screen.
The manufacture of wood doors or windows shall be separately classified as 2806(1), Door, Sash or Window Mfg.
The installation of doors, door frames and pre-glazed windows shall be classified as 5107, Door, Door Frame or Pre-Glazed Window Installation, provided such operations are not performed in connection with structures framed by the employer at the same job or location. If the employer is engaged in wood or light gauge steel framing at the same job or location, the installation of doors, door frames and pre-glazed windows at such job or location shall be classified as 5403/5432, Carpentry, or 5632/5633, Steel Framing.
The installation of unglazed metal window frames shall be classified as 5102(1), Iron, Steel, Brass, Bronze or Aluminum Erection.
The installation of glass panes or insulated glass units within door or window frames at outside locations shall be classified as 5467/5470, Glaziers.
The installation of screen doors shall be classified as 5146(1), Cabinet or Fixtures.
The sheet metal cladding of wood doors shall be separately classified as 3066(1), Sheet Metal Products Mfg.
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DOOR OR WINDOW FRAME MFG. — metal or plastic
Sheet metal cladding of wooden doors shall be separately classified as 3066(1), Sheet Metal Products Mfg.
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