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John Smith

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#1 posted 09-29-2018 11:16 AM

I personally would keep everything intact. (when feasible).
window companies go to a lot of trouble to make sure their windows
are true and tight prior to putting them in the hands of consumers.
get more people – it only takes a few minutes to get it in place.

but, yes. it “can” be done just as you described. depending on how high
they are above ground level where it is not safe while standing on ladders,
saw horses, milk crates, etc.



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