Wooden screens and storms
My house windows have a wood frame on the outside of the original double hung windows (circa 1915-20) that the screens and storms slide into, from the inside of the house.
The screens and storms have a bull tongue on top an and the bottom of the top window has the groove for the lower to go up into, the sides of the windows have the groove where as the frame has the tongue.. whew... so....
Is there anyone familiar with this? As I need to make some replacements for some windows that are missing.
Are there any specific router bits for doing this?
Trying to find info on this, there ain't any,seems to be a forgotten trade, or a secret no one wants to share! As I try to explain that I have wooden storms and screens that remove and installf from the inside, people look at me like I have a third eye!
How they stay in, you ask? There are locking screws on the frames. Some have finger knobs, some flat tip screw heads, some a combo of both.
In advance Thanks for any info N E 1 may have.