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Ron never seems to have problems with his projects like most of us and he never cusses! Ha ha
To each his own!
It depends on the window type, size, and supplier. I really can't give you an exact estimate without further information.
do you have two carpenters behind the scenes to help you? If so, your work would be as easy as Ron's
Ron honey, I need a window like this! Great video. Call me!
Do you measure for the replacement window from brick moulding to brick moulding (as in the days of yesteryear), or from rough opening to rough opening? Also, how much lead time does one need in order to get the new window. Most I have seen/done have never been standard.
The trim is especially vulnerable to moisture, without priming and/or painting, especially the unsealed sealing the ends. So much effort went into sealing the opening and the window, so why not protect the rest of the effort?
Well, yes, you're right; however, Ron needed a vehicle, however implausible, to get into the story. My apologizes for being so logical.
How did your windows turn out?
It was a big gap to fill. How many cans of the expensive spray foam would it take? That stuff is sticky/messy.
Quit shouting dude!
Why didn't Lynne like the original window? Seems to me it would have been a whole lot easier and cheaper to just replace the broken pane of glass.
Wish I could work like Ron! He makes it seem so easy...
I WOULD LIKE THE PLANS FOR THE SILL AND TOP CAP.....
that foam is messy and if you ever have to replace(another baseball) a nightmare to remove.call me old school but you can also see how the water is shed when the opening is prepped properly.
I'm glad I finally got to see this video. I've seen the part where you hit the ball into the window in the opening credits on your TV show for years now, but never the whole video, until now.
I like how easy this looked to do....
Line drive down the right field line Fair! Home run and the crowd or wife go crazy