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What light through yonder windows breaks

This is not a house of Shakespearean balconies, but the new Milgard windows are taller, wider, opening what was a dark house to more light.

Today, the framers installed the large front windows — three units joined into one, fixed glass at top, operable awnings below.

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From outside, the framers install the three narrow vertical windows at the new front wall of the new front entry.
From outside, the framers install the three narrow vertical windows at the new front wall of the new front entry. On the ladder, one of the framers installs flashing around the larger vertical window that is 90 degrees turned from the new location for the new front door — again, a new way to pull more light into the house. The original entry to the house was four feet back from this new front wall, with a solid door that closed off the hallway from daylight.
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