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    Re: New Construction vs. Replacement Windows

    Thanks for the FYI! But I too have no intention of selling and in fact haven't even moved in yet. This is our country retirement "estate". :o

    Im glad to hear that it makes no difference because...
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    Re: Replacement Window

    You do not HAVE TO go all the way down to the ground.
    I have seen many Craftsman style homes with balcony type outcroppings for bay window seats.

    You can either cantilever extensions of your...
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    Re: Exterior Door for Barn

    I have a lot of experience with barn doors and I cant imagine how you could reconcile new steel doors with a barn door frame without a lot of shim carpentry on the frame. You are apt to wind up...
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    correct windows for restoration job

    I am working on a project to restore a great old Queen Anne Shingle Style farm house in Wisconsin.
    The majority of the window replacement have gone well with sash replacement kits.
    But the large...
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    Re: Replacement windows

    I tend to agree about it maybe being the contractor. Ive heard estimates of up to $2000 per "opening" which I find outrageous.

    We recently replaced 13 28x62 and 28x66 windows in an old Victorian...
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    Re: New Construction vs. Replacement Windows

    Given that your house was built in the 60s I dont think its going to matter much.
    What is a bigger consideration is what I am struggling with in a 1910 Queen Anne which is the dimensional...
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