Window Measurements

Step 1. There should be at least 1" of flat area all the way around the existing window to recieve Storm Window. The example shows approx. 2 - 3/4 "

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Step 2. If there are existing blinds in place, they can still be used ; but there needs to be at least 1 - 1/8 " behind them to allow the Storm Window to pass behind it.

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Step 3. Measure bottom of existing window at location of where Storm Window will be placed. Measurements should be with-in 1/16 " if possible. Tip: Draw a sketch on a piece of paper and write the dimensions in appropriate location so you don't mix things up!

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Step 4. After measuring bottom, move up to the middle and measure it and write measurement in appropriate location on sketch. Tip: If this measurement is the same as Top and Bottom; no need to write it down.

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Step 5. After writing middle measurement on the sketch; measure top of window at location of Storm Window.

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Step 6. Now measure Left and Right side, and write this measurement in appropriate location on sketch. Again; try to be within 1/16 "

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Step 7. Measure Center and write this measurement on sketch.
Tip: Like other middle dimension; if this is the same as Left and Right side; no need to write it down.

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Step 8. Now measure the last side and write it in the appropriate location on sketch.

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Step 9. Although "Timely Interior Storm Windows" are quite flexible and adjustable; it is important to manufacture them as close as possible to fit existing openings - using a book or a magazine as a tool to determine which corner(s) are square.

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Step 10. This picture shows what an Out-of-square corner looks like; note the bottom right and lower left arrows are in contact but other arrows are away (step 9 shows a relatively square corner; only a slight gap at top side arrow).

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