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How to Obtain Correct Layout for Non-Standard Sash or Glass Heights
Determing Rail and Bar Widths, Glass Heights, and Sash Height

Finish Width and Face Measure of Sash Components
Section of Sash Rail or Stile and Sash Bar Illustrating Finish Width and Face Measure

Daylight Opening and Glass Opening Sizes
Illustration Of Daylight Opening and Glass Opening

Trimming and Sanding the Sash
How to Trim Off Stile Horns, Tenons, and Finish the Joints

Gluing Sash Joints
Notes On Gluing Sash Joints

Tools and Materials Needed
Obtain the Following Tools and Materials Before Starting Work

Pinning The Joints
How to Install Sash Pins

Clamping the Sash Together
Clamping Up the Joints and Keeping the Sash Square

Preparing Sash for Assembly
Chamfering Tenon Ends Prior to Assembly and Making Grooved Clamp Blocks

Laying out Sash Components and Putting Together Sash
1- Parts Set Out - 2- Put on Rails- 3- Drive Rails In with Mallet- 4- Put on Second Stile- 5- Drive Stile on with Mallet

Traditional Joinery
Mortise-and-Tenon Sash Joint Detail

Standard Full-Length Wood Screen for Double-Hung Window
Custom Made Wood Window Screens

Standard Quality Storm Sash
Wood Storm Sash Custom Made for Your Original Windows

K-D Sash Components
Assemble It Yourself Wood Storm Windows

Cottage Window Storm Sash
Wood Storm Sash Made for Cottage or Oriel Windows

Single-Light Storm Sash
Storm Sash for Single-Sash Windows

Circle-Head Storm Sash
Circle-Head or "Round-Top" Storm Sash

Measuring Window Frames for Storm Sash
Determining Sash Opening Width and Height

4-Light Storm Sash for Victorian Windows
Victorian Style Storm Sash