12/5/18 By Jenica Richards Engaging in the arts is undisputedly good for one’s health. Viewing art can increase one’s ability to empathize and think critically, while creating can relieve stress and...
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How to Install a Replacement Window
Last weekend Ethan, Kim and I worked with a team of five other volunteers to install six replacement windows in a 1950s split level home. The original windows in the house were constructed of solid wood. They were likely beautiful in their time, but years of weather and several coats of paint had not been kind to them. Their energy inefficiency was also an issue, with cold drafts leaking through in the winter and no Low-E glass to block UV penetration in the Summer. As with many homes from this era, the windows were protected on the outside with storm