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Unread 03-15-2006, 05:47 PM   #16
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I know all about leaking windows.

It's possible that your windows (like mine) weren't installed properly when the house was built. This could mean: improper or no flashing, incorrect caulking, and a host of other things. If this is the case, you will always have leaks. I had to get a ton of windows ripped out (12) and replaced. If your house is stucco, they rip out the stucco around the windows, rip out the window, repair interior sheetrock, framing, etc, put a NEW window in correctly, re-stucco and do interior finish work. It's not cheap and easy but if not done right, you will never be rid of this problem.
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