replacing our living room windows mg 2374

replacing our living room windows    mg 2374
2006-10-18 11:39:47
our living-room windows being replaced. they told me that they used one 40-foot ladder and one 30-foot ladder to rig this plank they're working on. not like we're built on a steep hillside or anything!

we had our upstairs windows replaced this week, swapping out the original 1977 aluminum frame windows for some fancy argon-filled low-e double pane vinyl windows c/o local manufacturer milgard and local window company kemp's windows. we did the same thing for our downstairs floor last winter.

copyright © 2006 sean dreilinger

Comments:

jsf.online: Wow, that's a lot of ladder for such a short window.
B~Kay: Holy Crap that is so crazy but so tight. What were they thinking?

Notes:

sean dreilinger: new windows
sean dreilinger: more new windows. these have a bit of a city view. every other window and skylight in the house views sky or trees or forest.

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decks on our house

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