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Egress Basement Window Set up | How To | Diy Household Enhancement





How to set up an egress basement window. A Diy house improvement job that not only adds a ton of mild, but also substantially will increase the value of the …

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  1. Does it work?????

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  2. Where is this company??

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  3. Please recommend a person in Fairfield county CT! I had a contractor literally disappear and now I have serious trust issues.

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  4. I made similar with woodprix instructions 🙂

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  5. Wish you ahowed more about how you put the drain in. It looks like it was already there.

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  6. Nice project! Was wondering if you had to pull a permit for this project? And if there was any talk about adding any additional header for above the window since you widened the whole? I'm looking to do the same project and my windows don't have any additional concrete or header above them, so just wondering if it is necessary. Thanks!

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  7. that's some savage asss concrete cutter… good tips on cutting concrete, thanks. you guys are awesome, carry on!

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  8. You made it look easy, by a quick video, and surprisingly kept the correct red flag to have professional concrete cutters for the foundation. Video appreciated, and liked.

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  9. I did this exact same thing at my but i cut the Foundation myself same window and all

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  10. Could you have dug the hole deeper and just buried the concrete that was cut out under the window well?

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  11. Amazing video,love it

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  12. yeah an easy do it yourself job yeah right 🤣🤣🤣

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  13. My fat girlfriend would have a hard time getting out of there if the parents came down and found us

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  14. It seems like if you placed on a really sunny spot you could even make a lovely little inground greenhouse to something like that…look out into your delicate little seedlings when you wake up in the morning 🙂

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  15. The effort it took to upsize your window to stare at metal & gravel you could've made a walk out basement.

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  16. Why use wood for the frame?Instead there are better options like granite,marble or slate, it can be weather sealed with cement and silicone and lasts decades, I dont understand why people on the north hemisphere still insist using wood in civil construction, it's frail and dangerous.

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  17. Great video I'm intrigued by how your dog is looking like he's ready to get out of the gate

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  18. Concrete cutting looked like some serious stuff

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  19. Nice.

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  20. Well the window is quite crappy.. not a fan of pella myself, but the well Is really good I sell them at my company.. all in all great job looks great!

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  21. How much space between houses u need for this project.
    Is this ok for snowy states

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  22. not mad about youtube algorythem, it was pretty nice now

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  23. beautiful work and fast! but don't frogs and other amphibians fall in? 🤔🙂🇪🇪🇪🇪🇪🇪

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  24. Did you verify the window sill was no more than 44” to meet egress requirements?

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  25. I have only one question, what will happen when it rains, I mean rain and snow?

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  26. Everything is wrong with that kind of construction. First it going to fill upp when it rains and leafs and other crap get stuck in the drain and plug it shut and the water starts geting in around the window. No water barrier on the basement wall witch leds to ground moister is going to penetrate in to the wall.

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