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  1. How to Replace a Casement Window Crank Operator

    Don't replace your casement window if it won't open or shut completely. You can usually replace a bad crank in an hour, and have it working smoothly again. We show you how.

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  1. How to Plan Egress Windows


    Egress windows provide emergency exits in case of fire. We tell you how big they should be and where you need them in your home. If your existing windows aren't big enough, consider remodeling to include them.

  2. How to Install Basement Windows and Satisfy Egress Codes


    We'll show you all the how-to steps you need to install a basement egress window, from cutting a hole in the basement wall to framing the opening to setting the window. Doing the project yourself can save you more than $4,000. The egress window will not only allow natural sunlight to enter your dark basement, it will provide a safe escape route for you and your family during a fire or other home emergency.

  3. How to Repair Old Windows


    Learn how to fix common casement window problems. Free up a sticking window, replace a broken crank operator or sagging hinge, even replace an entire sash. Repairs are simple, and a lot cheaper than replacing the whole window.

  4. Hard to Open Windows


    If you have hard to open casement windows , follow these simple steps and make your windows crank open and shut like they did when they were new.

  5. Making New Window Stools


    Refresh your old double-hung windows or add a touch of class to your casement windows by making your own window stools. It's easy—just follow these four steps.

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    Weatherstripping is a time-honored method of minimizing window and door drafts. In the winter, weatherstripping preve...

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  1. Learn about Window Styles and Materials


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    Learn about window styles and materials in this easy to follow, step by step instructional video.

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