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The usual approach is a "crank-type" casement window with a loop in place of the crank handle, and a hook on a pole (try "clerestory pole crank" as a search term) that engages the loop. There are also hex-type versions that use a flexible shaft inside the pole. Or, these days, motors. I'd suggest the hook on a pole, I view motors in this sort of application ...


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I'm not sure if Software Recommendations are on topic at DIY.SE, on a lot of SE sites they aren't, but it's up to the individual site's 'community'. That being said, Sweet Home 3D is easy enough and free enough to create a floor plan. Here's where I include a screenshot for bonus points: Also, (formerly Google) SketchUp would probably accomplish a ...


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Well there's the way it's supposed to go and then there's the way it usually goes. You can plan it out all you want but once you get into the thick of it the plan often has to change. In the most general terms a remodel has 9 steps. Actually 9 and a half: before step one make sure to order all of your parts/pieces that can't be had locally. Get them in ...


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I have done quite a few bathrooms from start to finish. You don't always have to do things in a certain order but I can tell you generally how to do things the easiest. You start with your shower pan and/or tub in the bathroom. These are specific sizes. You don't want to have to find something that fits exactly what you need - unless you plan on making ...



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