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How to replace horizontal sliding windows

In this video, Kaitlin Poe shows you how to properly remove, measure and replace a horizontal sliding window in a brick home.

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How to replace basement windows

In this video, This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows you how to replace an old basement window with a new one.

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How to replace horizontal sliding windows

In this video, Kaitlin Poe shows you how to properly remove, measure and replace a horizontal sliding window in a brick home.

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How to replace vertical sliding windows

In this Lowe's video, Mike Kraft shows you how to install a new pocket window in a brick or vinyl sided home.

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How to replace vertical sliding windows in a stucco house

In this Lowe's video, Mike Kraft shows you how to properly install a pocket replacement window into a stucco finished home.

 

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How to replace a broken window pane and re-glaze windows

In this video, Ron Hazelton shows you how to remove an old window pane and measure, cut, and glaze a new one.

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How to tear out an old window

In this video, Tim Carter of Askthebuilder.com shows you how to remove an old window from your home.

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How to glaze a window

This video shows you how to properly re-glaze your windows.

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How to fix dry rot in a window frame

In this video, Ron Hazelton shows you how to repair dry-rotted wood in a window.

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How to work safe with lead based paint (Part 1)

This video from the University of Connecticut shows you how to do work on old homes with lead based paint safely.  This is part one of two.

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How to work safe with lead based paint (Part 2)

This video from the University of Connecticut shows you how to safely work on a home with lead based paint.  Part two of two.

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