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How To Get the Best Contractor Tim Carter finishes the installation of a new vinyl window in an existing frame wall covered with fiber cement siding. Watch the entire four-part series to see how to create the hole in the wall with precision. Discover tips about remodeling from national award-winning master carpenter and builder Tim […]

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Tim Carter demonstrates in this third video of the series how to cut out the wall sheathing and install the much needed sill flashing. The window install has been happening over a period of days and it's being done on a garage that has fiber cement siding for the exterior. Tim shows the importance of […]

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Tim Carter demonstrates in this second video of a four-part series how to create the actual rough window opening. Tim has removed the drywall and starts to install the king studs that run from the wall top plate to the bottom plate. Then he shows how to install the header across the top of the […]

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Tim Carter shows in this first of four videos how to install a new window in an existing wall. This first video covers the planning and important tips to consider before demolition begins. Installing a new window is not as simple as you might think. There's much involved, even for a simple wall with wood […]

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You can install glass blocks yourself with these simple tips from Tim Carter of AsktheBuilder.com. You can make glass block windows, showers, walls and much more, once you learn the basics of glass block installation.

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Window cleaning can be quick and easy with the right tools. AsktheBuilder.com host Tim Carter shares window washing tips about which window cleaning supplies to use, what tools work best and how to clean windows properly.

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Window cleaner is only one aspect of streak free window cleaning. This video shows you window cleaning secrets to get results like a pro window cleaner. The most important thing is using the right window cleaning tools. Rather than store bought or homemade glass cleaner, use a squeegee and the right soap.

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