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I just moved into a wonderful home in the Cleveland, Ohio area. The home was built in 1941, and the previous owners did many different upgrades. One I need to figure out before it gets cold is storm windows. They replaced all of the upstairs and basement windows, but the first floor windows are original. One bay window has the storm window off and in the garage. The other storms appear to be painted in, or painted/caulked in. They look like a bear to get out and updated. I assume the update would be re-glaze & paint?
A few of these windows are pretty good size. I'm betting the price tag scared the prior owners...
Do I repair the existing storms? Replace the windows? Pros & cons?
2006 9-3SC 2.0T - No Rust California car now in the rust belt
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- Old House - Replace or Repair windows?, Randy Thatcher , Mon, 23 Jul 2012 05:54:10
- Re: Old House - Replace or Repair windows?, Ultimated , Tue, 24 Jul 2012 04:55:37
- Re: Old House - Replace or Repair windows?, JamieZ, Mon, 23 Jul 2012 16:13:36
- Re: Old House - Replace or Repair windows?, (no name) thread will expire, Mon, 23 Jul 2012 09:26:50
- Re: Old House - Replace or Repair windows?, Snowmobile , Mon, 23 Jul 2012 08:24:35
- Re: Old House - Replace or Repair windows?, brick8 , Mon, 23 Jul 2012 07:06:42
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