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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-01-2019, 08:34 PM
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That is a beautiful old piece. We don't do a lot of restoration out here in the "Wild" West. But I can see that just replacing the window is just not the same as having the original. I hope we will see more.

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Well done and the documentation is appreciated.

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Thanks you for your words! Good dokumentation is a must (for me). In our climate replacing the old windows isnt cleaver because it efects badly in the ventilation of an old house. The original windows is an important part of it. Unfortunantly people more belive in what the industry says what is better for your old house than a professional building restorer (me!). But that is how it IS nowdays.

I have now five customers plus my own needs so I think there could be things to show you on the future 😀

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An old reparation that wasnt that perfect. The sawings or how do you say it should Be in a 35-45° not 90°and the cut outside should be tilted so that the front is longer. Also the joint lacked glue. It was nailed with about six nails and the end of the nails was just hammerd flat against the oposit side. The hindge was screwed on the end of the repair piece.
On the plus side is that the replacement part is made of solid slowely growen good looking timber.
Hop this is understandable 😀
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After this I just have to paint the frame. In this pic I have impregnated the frame with raw linseedoil.
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