In this video, I'm gonna show you how to install a pocket replacement window on homes that have vinyl, aluminum or wood lap siding, or a brick exterior. Common to the eastern part of the country. Now if you live in a stucco home, which is typical of the West Coast and some other regions, make sure you watch that video, which you can find at Lowes.com/videos. But regardless
of what kind of window you're replacing, if you haven't watched the removal part of this series, be sure to do that first. And if you want a professional to install window, just call Lowe's. Now as I mentioned in the last video, different brand windows install differently, so be sure to refer to manufacturer's instructions. Now on your window frame if you have window weights, you may be able to fill
the weight pockets with loose fill insulation. Clean up any debris or old paint from the opening, and add flashing tape as required by the manufacturer. Next you wanna check the holes on the new window and make sure they line up with good existing wood on the frame. If not you may have to remove any bad wood and replace it with solid wood filler. To prep the window, first remove the
packaging material then install the sill adapter in the sill accessory groove. Before you install the window, it's a good idea to do a test fit. With the window closed, set the bottom in place and tilt the top into position. Make sure the window is against the blind stops, and that the sill adapter is on...
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