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Old 06-13-2019, 09:13 PM   #15
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For those of you who have gone the DIY method... how much money in materials are we talking about? I am having the fog issues in most of my windows... 18-20 (panes).... I am looking at 2k+ to have a company come out and do it, so I am trying to weight out the DIY (my time & materials) Vs. paying the piper.
You can do two windows for a little over $100 now.
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You can do two windows for a little over $100 now.
so just to be clear, doing the DIY method would run about $100 in materials for a dinette sized window (2 panes) ?? or would that cover 2 dinette sized windows?
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so just to be clear, doing the DIY method would run about $100 in materials for a dinette sized window (2 panes) ?? or would that cover 2 dinette sized windows?
The roll of sealer is 66' long so measure your windows. Measure both windows separately and add the total. You should be able to do two windows, four total individual windows, unless they are unusually large. You can probably repair more windows if you order an extra tube of sealer.
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