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Egress Window

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This hole was about 56″ wide, out 38″ and 60″ deep. You want 12″ of rock fill for the bottom, below the window unless there is drainage tile along the wall footings then u need to dig down and tap into that. 505 more words

Basement

Egress Windows 

Egress Windows
Everyone knows that below grade bedrooms are required to have at least one operable emergency escape,

But did you know :

The sill height of the emergency escape and rescue opening should not be more than 44 inches above the floor. 85 more words

E-Gress Windows: Everything You Need To Know

Whether you are looking to replace the windows in your home or simply want to familiarize yourself with proper safety regulations, e-gress windows play an important role as they provide emergency exits in the event of a fire. 237 more words

Windows And Doors

The Importance of Egress Windows

Selecting windows can aid in the aesthetic appeal of your home. Today’s selection presents many options, which can be tailored to meet a particular aesthetic look and feel: casement, awning, bay, triple slider, and specialty shaped are just a few options available to those looking to replace or install new windows. 190 more words

Home Renovation

Stop Basement Water Leaks With E-gress Windows

Have you noticed large watermarks on your basement walls? or puddles forming? Your basement windows may be the problem. Perhaps your old windows are no longer getting the job done right – and it’s something you can’t ignore. 253 more words

Home Renovation

Emergency Egress Windows For Bedrooms

In Ontario, an Egress window is not required in a bedroom. However, it is still a preference for most homeowners to want an egress window installed in all the bedrooms of the home.   206 more words

Windows And Doors