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1. Your Original Window

Understanding your traditional double-hung window. Your existing traditional double-hung wooden window units probably looks very similar to the illustration on the right, if you…

2. Jamb Liners and Fin Pile

Two of the primary elements of the entire system are the “Jamb Liners” and the “Fin Pile Carriers”. Using a carrier is merely a method of ensuring the Fin Pile is properly positioned…

3. Meeting Rail Weatherstripping

The Meeting Rails are the hardest place in the whole window to seal properly. Most traditional windows merely rely on the friction between the two wooden parts…

4. Top and Bottom Rail Weatherstripping

Composed of open-celled foam and a polyethylene liner which provides maximum long-term performance with low compression force, and resistance against…

5. Sill Treatment and Jamb Liners

These components work together to stabilize any deteriorating fabric in the sill as well as protect it from further degradation. In addition, they work together to create a smooth…

6. Balancing Options

Balancing your windows is important if you intend for them to operate. Proper balancing enables the sash to stay where you place it, throughout it’s vertical travel. With balanced…

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