How Do You Install Glass Block Window In Wood Frame?
Installing glass block windows is a straightforward process. Most people install them in basements or in concrete openings, but installing them in wood frames or on other levels in the home involves the same process. With the correct materials and some preparation, you can do the job in a minimal amount of time. Remove the old window and window jamb using a wrecking bar and circular saw. Measure the rough opening making sure to subtract 1/2 inch from the length and the width. Purchase the glass block from a local home improvement store. If they don’t have the correct size, you may have to fabricate a special window using a glass block fabricator, which you can find in the phone book or online. Screw the block of wood to the underneath of the top sill plate several inches from the outside edge of the hole. This is to prevent the window from falling inward during installation. You can determine how far in the block gets placed by seeing whether the glass block will set flush with the out