Taking measurements for the window from inside the home, removing the old window sashes and installing the new window from inside the home are good tips for installing a replacement window. Measure the width and height of the window accurately to ensure a smooth installation process. Use the smallest measurements to make sure the new window fits inside the window frame.
It's a good idea to use a vinyl replacement window, which is energy-efficient, easy to maintain and designed to function seamlessly for many years. To measure the existing window's width, start from the inner area of the jamb on the window's left side, and continue measuring to the right side.
Next, measure at the lowermost part, center and topmost area of the window. Determine the height by measuring from the uppermost part of the sill to the lowermost section of the head jamb. Then, start measuring from the left to the center and right side of the window.
The next step involves setting aside the stop pieces after removing them and getting rid of the inner and outer sashes by cutting the chains or sash cords if the existing window has weights. Once you've cleaned the window jambs and sill and filled holes with caulk, proceed to install the replacement window, and make adjustments as necessary.