I have five of these old metal windows in my basement.
I will need to replace them at some point.
I was going to hire someone like Lowes to do it, but then I thought "could I do this myself?"
And I carried on thinking..."could all my buddies over at Terry's place give me some tips?"
So what would I do? I assume I would need to chip the old ones out by chipping the brick on the inside. Is this right? What would I use? The rotary hammer?
Or would I cut the window to get it out?
And how would I measure for the new ones? And how would I fit them in? Screws? Cement? Caulk?
Or is this a no-no for a DIY?
Just the small basement windows. The upstairs ones are double-glazed, vinyl and fine.