12:03PM | 02/11/03
Member Since: 02/10/03
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My question is:

I am having a new traditional colonial style house built and the builder installed your windows. We are trying to fiquere out how to put window sills on the windows?

The walls are 2X6 standard and the windows are Marquee white double hung. The Interior woodwork is is stained golden oak. There does not appear to be enough room to put a window sill on the window??

The finished carpenter suggested just puting up the Trim like a picture frame but I think that could not be right as it would leave a crack for dirt and would look like hell. and a window needs the sill to seal out the weather.

Could you E mail me a blueprint assembly or photographs of how to do this? Also would you mail me a catalog of your window sills that go on the windows so my builder can order them from your company.

Please expidite this as we are progressing with construction of this house on a very tight time schedule.




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