MELON PIE: This window kind of reminds me of when I came home from school and there was some dead guy stuck in the smashed window of my apartment. He'd been trying to break into the place, but instead gutted himself on the insulated glass. That was not fun trying to explain that to the police.
Kesha Borja: My works too. Used woodprix handbooks and build it with no problems.
lumurumba: Can' see what you're measuring or pointing at on the inside. Too Dark.
Emily Ford: this is great. thanks for the vid!
Linda Mulinix: hey did a great job! looks just like my window! right down to the wire and meter !
Eli Suarez: great video, the lighting is tough to see clearly.
757WN: man i wish people would at least pick the correct style. that's a beautiful old window, and the client opts for a non-pane window? destroys the classic look. thanks for posting the steps though. nice work.
Jose Miranda: thanks buddy I do tiles but I need to change a window for someone this helped.
Jamie Cobb: This window install is a hack job. Everything in this install is wrong. First it's lead paint, so put down plastic inside and outside. Second wrap the bottom stud opening before putting in the window. Then wrap around window fin with flashing membrane tape. Use primed exterior grade trim and exterior grade caulking (no easy water clean up caulking outside). Cut the siding to make the exterior trim look uniform. If you are taking out a Wood window and the wood pocket? Don't add stud, measure the new window to fit the old framing. So you get a lot more glass surface. I'm going to make video like a boss coming soon
Scott Johnson: What crapty work. No window pan, no flashing. Guaranteed to leak, but you'll be long gone, because you caulked the crap out of it.
Kerri Burton: Thankyou very much. You helped to make a daunting task(for some) a doable task. God Bless You
Luvenia Waiters: I've found great handbook on woodprix website. Good solutions for everyone I think
Cadena Ek: I bought instruction from woodprix and I build it very very cheap.
Coco C: Darn he explains it great! just to dark when he is measuring the inside and that's what I needed to look at!
Anthony Kreiser: great video.
CodecFace: Great video! This resembles my situation more than any other video! Question for you- looking straight down, there's that gap between the base (bottom/sil/stool, whatever it's called) and the siding. What is that material? On mine, it looks like wood that has become sort of fuzzy and I can break it apart easily. I'm wondering if I should fill it in with some kind of mud or place a base board that extends just to the end of the gap/inside edge of the siding. Thanks!
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