Anyone know if you can remove the middle post in this type of window?
I have one and one side of the window pops out easy but the other is sealed in and you can carefully remove that but then there's this post and no evidence how it would be removed.
is it a sliding window? does it open? is that middle post structural? it probably is. if its structural then you need to cut out that whole window frame and install a lintel before replacing it with a non-standard size of glass.
you'd be better off just getting a window man to hook you up with a new window. better than not having a clue as to what you are doing and wasting money trying to randomly remove pieces from your house only to have the glass crack under stress.
Ok here is the window, the right portion slides and can easily be removed but the left side does not slide at all, it is sealed in with caulk but we have carefully removed that before and still were unable to get the middle post out without breaking it but maybe we are missing something. (sorry for the white out but its necessary on this site)
yeah definitely, i was hoping there was a magical way to get it out but sadly don't think there is. my problem is that I can't get a decent sized couch in my basement due to the fact its a split level and trying to go down the stairs is impossible because you can't adjust the couch at all to get it through the doorway
Heya op my dad's a glazier and I grew up building these frames should be one or two rivets on the top and bottom of it outside drill them our or remove however you do then measure and buy a piece of glass to fit it should have the lip edge for the glass sheet to sit in remember if you measure edge to edge of it then add 5mm each way instead of the 10mm it will need to be tight then buy rubber spaces and use them in the corners