458Re: Updatling Windows
- Nov 20, 2008It is also not a bad idea to go ahead and expand the "window hole" as
todays homeowners value large windows (more natural light). This
could also pay dividends for re-sale value.
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> After shopping around with a friend, it seems as if replacement
> tend to come in "contractor" or "custom" versions. "Contractor"older
> versions are pre-sized to newer sizes than what many of us with
> homes have. "Custom" windows are what many of us are forced to buyif,
> we want to be able to plop the purchased window into our existinglabor.
> "window holes". Changing the size of your windows, which requires
> enlarging or reducing the existing "window hole" and much more, can
> actually reduce over-all costs; particularly if you are doing the
> Likewise, "custom" windows are often windows with more upper-endWhere
> features; in your case the mid-window hinge for easy cleaning.
> the cost of replacing windows starts to get seriously hefty is inthe
> installation costs despite the cost of the actual window.money
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "usa_the_game" <usa_the_game@>
> > Where did you go to get your windows priced? That is a lot of
> > for windows. If you are looking for aluminum windows with lowenergy
> > glass go by Home Depot. I got mine there and I did not have topay to
> > much. They even had grilles on them. They come in either bronze,saw one
> > white, or aluminum mill color. They averaged around 100 bucks.
> > Rolando
> > --- In email@example.com, "Have A_nice_day"
> > halfof4is2@ wrote:
> > >
> > > I have the old 1930's type windows that slide up and down. I
> > > time where you can weather strip them yourself, which I did tomy
> > > bathroom window. I live in a moderate climate. I hate to shellout
> > > $350+ each for custom windows. They don't sell them anyhwherenear
> > > size in stock.
> > >
> > > I'm wondering if anyone has invented a way to alter it so that
> > > window can be removed or tilted out for cleaning. I'm on asecond
> > > floor and I have arthritis and can't climb a ladder.
> > >
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