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Home Window Work at Thistle Hill
Brent takes us on a journey through a historic restoration project spanning two years, focusing on the meticulous restoration of windows dating back to the early 20th century. He showcases various restoration techniques, uncovering surprising elements like pivot windows designed for optimum ventilation in an era without air conditioning. Exploring different areas of the house, Brent reveals the evolution of window design, from stained glass stairwell windows to large operable picture windows with hidden weight pockets. The video concludes with updates on the restoration progress, including the installation of durable materials to ensure the longevity of the restored elements. 

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