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COMBINATION STORMS (Not for use with Vinyl Windows)

Install self-storing, two track, aluminum combination storm windows. Corners of main frame welded or screwed securely. Top sash rail will have continuous wind check. Mullion stabilizer (tie bar) across the middle. Pile weather-strip on all inserts. Frame pre-punched for installation. Metal sash latches and insert pivots. Sill expander with weep holes. Install aluminum storm covers for non-operable windows.

Install side sliding, aluminum combination basement storm windows with specifications as above.

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BASEMENT WINDOWS

Replace any deteriorated wood frames with new treated wood and install separation membrane before capping. Wrap exterior casement trim in aluminum; wet scrape and paint to cover any exposed wood casement framing, interior and exterior plus any disturbed paint after window displacement; Install a

slider, hopper or awning style window as indicated in the specifications.

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GLASS PANE REPLACEMENT

Install new glass pane to broken windows located at basement, first, second floors, etc.

Remove all

existing glass. Scrape off all residue, including old caulking, putty, etc. as required for good adhesion of

new putty.

Linseed oil frames before re-puttying.

Install new glass with metal points.

New glazing

should completely cover metal points and provide a weatherproof joint.

Reinforce window sash with

metal corner brackets (if needed) to prevent racking of sash or breakage of new glass.

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WINDOW RE-GLAZING

Remove all dried, deteriorated, broken, and cracked sections of putty from windows. Sweep clean and back putty with glazing compound in strict adherence to manufacturer's instructions. Before glazing compound is applied, area shall be primed, and all glazing points secure. Windows to be re-puttied prior

to painting exterior final coat.

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SASH CORDS

Open window frame and remove existing weights. Record with #8 sash cord. Replace weight, frame,

sash and stop as required to assure a smooth operational window.

Dress window framing free of

unsightly scarring caused by repair work. Clean surfaces prior to job completion.

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WEATHER-STRIPPING

Weather-stripping for window sash will be vinyl, folded, V-seal with adhesive back. Width will be 7/16" when folded for installation. Install at the top of the upper sash (if movable) and at the bottom of the

lower sash. Brands will be 3M or equal quality.

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SASH LOCKS

Furnish and install new brass-plated sash lock, securely and properly fastened to upper and lower sash to

window. Install two sets, one on each end of mid rail.

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WINDOW COMPONENTS REPLACEMENT

Remove & replace as specified either the sill, casing, stops and framing with new wood. Finish to match

existing material.

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