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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev7274 View Post
    Yes, mine just hang, no drilling.

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    I have a lip that is over the siding, guess you could call it a drip edge. I just hang it off if it.

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    Looks like this https://m.lowes.com/pd/georgia-pacif...UWlGuvJRoClYQQ

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    The bracket just gangs from it


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    I framed 1/2 PVC with Nodes mounted to Boscoyo Chromatrim V3 and they're just friction fitted inside the window frame. It has worked fro 3 year with no issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNF250 View Post
    I framed 1/2 PVC with Nodes mounted to Boscoyo Chromatrim V3 and they're just friction fitted inside the window frame. It has worked fro 3 year with no issues.
    Sweet! Didnt think it would hold out, but it seems like its ok. ;)

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    I ahve double hung windows inset into the brick facing of the house. I built rectangle PVC frames to fit inside the inset and made them as close fitting as I could. Then I tied a short 550 paracord to the top of the frame. When I place the frame in the inset, I open the top of the window, pull in the paracord, and close the window trapping the paracord. Works for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry-Rigs View Post
    I ahve double hung windows inset into the brick facing of the house. I built rectangle PVC frames to fit inside the inset and made them as close fitting as I could. Then I tied a short 550 paracord to the top of the frame. When I place the frame in the inset, I open the top of the window, pull in the paracord, and close the window trapping the paracord. Works for me.
    Nice! What a great simple idea!
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