The big picture window in the Cottage, that is, is being replaced.
The carpenters started this project after the other 4 single windows had been replaced.
They removed the triple window one sash at a time.
When Charlie sent me the “in progress” photo I noticed one of the shingles was chipped (to the left of the window) so I texted him to ask him to repair it while the trim was off.
He Dremeled the nailheads off, removed the old shingle, and replaced it with a salvaged unbroken shingle.
There are a few more cracked shingles which he will also replace before the tenant repaints the entire exterior in June.
Meanwhile the window installation continued. The sill under this window was also repaired due to some rotting wood.
The new sashes look very much like the old ones except they were single panes and these are double-glazed Pella TermaStar windows.
The new ones equally so.
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