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Quiz: Remember the definition of mal de mer?
(in a double-hung window) the rail of each sash that meets a rail of the other when the window is closed.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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is secured utilizing end caps secured to the frame with screws through the cap and into the jambs.
is attached to the frame jambs with one screw per end.
is attached to the frame jambs with screws.
of the primary window must align with that of the storm sash.
of storm windows must coincide with that of the existing sash.
The storm comes up so high now that it completely covers the
and you can't see any of the detail of the windows.
and the strong shadow lines it casts are important features to retain.
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