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Window Master NH - Window Replacements - Restoration of Wood Windows
   
  Specifications
 

Installation Specifications

All sash counterweights removed (if weights will fit thru weight pocket openings). Weight pockets insulated to the extent possible and weight pocket covers replaced. Any open seams covered with aluminum tape which will be concealed by window stops.

All sashes planed, resized and refit to existing openings to provide for proper fit, locking and weather strip seal.

Existing window hardware reused if proper weather strip seal can be achieved. Hardware consolidated if any is broken or missing to provide consistent interior and exterior appearance. Broken, missing or new hardware replaced with approved substitute at an additional charge. Customer can purchase hardware themselves. Window Master has three basic locks it can provide that are included in the bid price.

Operating casement windows, French casement windows and French doors to be weather stripped with brush poly fin weather stripping installed in a kerf cut on top, bottom and side (including astragal). Hinge side to be weather stripped with silicone rubber tube seal installed in a kerf.

Exterior Doors Specifications

Epoxy consolidation repairs made as required and door refit. Weather-stripped on lock side, hinge side and top with custom made wood stop with silicone rubber Tube Seal inserted in special kerf when tolerances allow. Or sides and top can be weather stripped with brush poly fin weather stripping installed in a special kerf. Door bottom to be weather-stripped with concealed custom brush or flap sweep installed in special kerf. Existing hardware cleaned, lubricated and reinstalled. Broken or missing hardware replaced with Architect approved substitute at an additional charge. May require a locksmith if Bi-Glass unable to fix broken hardware.

On Doors and high wall windows it may be advisable to install internal spacers in the IGU (insulated glass units) to prevent see thru when unit is opened and closed. This would be at an additional cost.

 

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