Hello, I live in a very small condo and at some point, a previous owner decided that a cupboard was more important in the bathroom than a window so the window was brick-over on the exterior and a cupboard installed on the interior covering the window.
I recently removed the cupboard and the window is still there but one pane is broken. I want to replace the window and remove the exterior brick but I cannot seem to remove the window from the inside. The new window 2.0 X 3.0) that I purchased from Home Depot is 2X3 but also has a lip all around the edges meaning that it will not simply slide in to the space.
My question, do they make a window for my situation or do I need to do some serious lumber removal and replacement?
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