Replacement windows wood or vinyl
A vinyl replacement window is made to fit your existing window opening and will be installed inside your existing window jamb. Installing these windows takes only an average of 20 minutes per window. Little or no work on the interior or exterior trim is needed. A small trim can be added around the interior side of the window but is optional.
Both types are window will work well. Your decision will be made depending on several things; how much you want to spend, how close will the new window come to fitting the existing hole, how much additional work is involved, and finally do you want wood to show on the inside or a solid color.
[This message has been edited by GlennG (edited March 26, 2002).]
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