Pass thru window "retrofit"

MisterMetApril 29, 2014

I have a kitchen window that is 120" x 42".
A new window is installed but it looks wrong. It looks like the new vinyl window was installed inside the original frame and partially covered with vinyl trim. I want to get it fixed but I'm not sure where to start.
Please see my picture and any advise would be great.
Thanks

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jakethewonderdog

Ok, could you zoom out and take a picture of the entire unit?

Is this wood frame/drywall construction, or something else?

What is it that you want to accomplish / how much are you willing to spend to do it?

Here's the thing: Yes, I think you are correct, they put a replacement window inside the frame of an existing unit.
Clearly this was done to "get in and get out" without disturbing the drywall, etc. and it doesn't look great.

The alternative is taking out the window, removing the metal frame, possibly getting into some drywall, exterior siding, etc.
and getting a new window unit that fits the opening.

    Bookmark   May 2, 2014 at 8:20AM
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