replying to Camilo, JL D wrote:
I have a similar issue. I cannot nor do I want to cut out studs to add a window.
So I plan to install 3 narrow windows beween joists for extra light in my
kitchen. An yes, any light is better than none. By adding decorative moldings on
the outside of the 3 windows, it can absolutely look like one big window. (I did
this once before amny years ago.) Adding 2 single pane windows for insulation is
the same idea of adding interior storms to windows in an older house- a good
solution if budget doesn't allow ordering special sizes. GO for it and don't
listen to naysayers.
On Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 11:16:10 AM UTC-5, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
And what's the big deal with cutting out the studs? You have to cut an
opening all way through to the outside regardless. I don't see cutting
through a couple studs being a big deal. Other than that, the work is
similar, except tt's actually more work to do 3 small ones, than one
larger one. You need to frame and finish 3 openings instead of one.
Milgard will make windows whatever dimensions at no up charge - or at least
they used to when I did it 5 years ago. Installed 12 12x12inch windows in a
W pattern across adjoining walls - interesting effect - great light - little
I know your search for between the studs windows was many years ago, however, if
by chance you're still in the market we have between the studs windows! Please
visit our website: www.geometricswindowscom or feel free to contact me toll
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