I'm replacing old wooden windows.
The current windows have brick mold built into the frame of the window and they used the brick mold as a sort of nail flange. So, when i take the window out, i have cedar siding stopping about 2" short of the actual rough opening.
I'm thinking it would best to get a new install window with a nail flange and just install it like normal, then add brick mold over the nail flange to cover it.
Would this be best? Or would it be better to get a replacement window and install it that way?
I'll try to add pics in a couple of minutes if I can.
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I replaced one window with this white one just to see what white would look like. So pay no attention to the install. Its just sitting in there for looks. I just want to show the space between the RO and the siding and get some ideas what would be best to use there.
The second pic is what the brick mold looked like around the old window. I placed it up to this new one to show how it covered the gap.http://www.flickr.com/photos/84416460@N05/13221860423/http://www.flickr.com/photos/84416460@N05/13221861393/