Most contemporary double-hung window designs include levers within the main window lock that allow portions of the window to be tilted out of the frame. An individual can then clean the window without having to go outside.Continue Reading
The two sections of the window, known as the sashes, should be moved into the proper position. The person cleaning the window should first close it. Pressing the tilt lever, which is located in the body of the window's main locking mechanism, allows the two sashes to be tilted out of the window frame until they are horizontal. A high-backed chair can be used to prop up the sashes while the individual cleans the glass. The upper sash should be cleaned first. Once the upper sash is clean, it's tilted back into position, and the tilt lever is engaged. This process is repeated with the lower sash.
An effective, homemade cleaning solution recipe calls for mixing two teaspoons of dish washing detergent in a large bucket of water. Four tablespoons of lemon juice can also be used if the window is particular dirty. For heavy grease, dirt or grime, a 1/2 cup of ammonia or white vinegar may be added to the solution.Learn more about Cleaning
To caulk windows, clean each window frame, and apply the caulk to each exterior window joint in 2- to 3-foot sections. Dampen your finger, and press the caulk into the joint immediately after applying. Remove excess caulk, and allow the material to dry for at least 24 hours.Full Answer >
Common complaints about Pella windows are rotting out of wood components, leaking of the aluminum windows, condensation between the inner removable pane glass and the outer double glass, window seal failures and gaps in the exterior frame of the sliding vinyl window. There are also complaints about poor customer service.Full Answer >
Measure the interior width and height; the old frame dimensions match the standard vinyl window size. Order windows with insulated glass. Make an election regarding the style of the glass panes, as the new window may have a single pane or multiple panes.Full Answer >
The process of installing replacement windows in a camper or RV involves removing the existing window, preparing the frame or opening, fitting the replacement window, and mounting and securing the new window. Installation steps may differ depending on a number of factors, including the type and model of vehicle, window size, wall thickness and any interior obstructions that may interfere with the installation. Most replacement windows come with trim rings, fasteners and other hardware needed during installation.Full Answer >