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You may very well be looking till doomsday trying to find repair parts for old broken windows. And even if you do find parts you will still be left with some thirty five or forty year old window. You will likely be better off looking at ripping out the remnants of the window and replacing it with something new that is double or triple glazed in an all ...


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This item is called "Wood Casement Air Ventilator" and is available through the Andersen web page, here is a link. I did not find any metal replacements, only plastic, but these are exactly the same size. https://parts.andersenwindows.com/detail_0533008__w_wcasement_sash.html


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Your windows are very old and things have worn out, warped, etc. The sash weights are there to counterbalance the weight of the window. When the tracks (guides on each side of the frame) are clear and the pulleys are not frozen, these windows move quite smoothly. Unless some major incorrect repair was done on the window, it'll stop fully open, fully closed,...


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It does look like that a screen could fit where you're pointing. I've included a picture of some screen hangers and a lock. The hangers would go on the top of the screen and trim allowing the screen to be lifted into your trim track. The locking device would be screwed into the center of the sill and mounted to hold the screen securely into the trim. Any ...


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Obviously, the wall can’t be made to be floppy; but the soundproofing inside the wall can be floppy. In the Science of Acoustics, we call it a “Limp Mass Barrier.” This is typically why the Mass Loaded Vinyl is instructed to be installed against the studs and then drywall over it. This allows the barrier to move in 3-Dimensional space and bleed off the ...


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https://homeguides.sfgate.com/building-codes-tempered-glass-close-stairs-102700.html "The code makes an exception for any glazing that meets these stipulations but is protected by a horizontal rail on the accessible side of the glass. The rail must be positioned between 34 and 38 inches above the walking surface and capable of withstanding 50 pounds of ...


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Your question is very complete. But, for a flat concrete roof? Yes, I know, it won't truly be flat and it better not be. Either way is No Way...you'll be re-caulking every year and it'll take all year long with that Swiss Cheese. Please have the mason customize the roof for these. I'd like to see a 2" to 3" (twice that if you regularly get snow and ice) ...


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