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The new kitchen window, almost

We are putting in a wider window at the kitchen, to bring more light into the heart of the house.

The framers removed the existing single-pane aluminum-frame window — dating back to the original construction of the house in 1968.

From the exterior, this was the opening in the brick for the original kitchen window.
From the exterior, this was the opening in the brick for the original kitchen window.

Inside the house, Ranserve framed up the opening for the new window. It promises a dramatic transformation.

From the inside, the opening for the new kitchen window is framed, demonstrating one small part of the transformation coming to Emerald Hill.
From the inside, the opening for the new kitchen window is framed, demonstrating one small part of the transformation coming to Emerald Hill. There’s also a new header over the window opening, framed correctly to carry the load of the second floor, replacing the studs that were drilled through for the original vent stack — drilled through to the point there was very little structural integrity to the remaining wood, which is one reason the second floor dipped above this location.
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