Re: Windows Installed Before or After Rendered House?2
Jun 24, 2006 1:45 pm
Yes, mandatory to install them first.
Sometimes they are left out for a short time but only if the job has to continue and they are'nt ready from the manufacturer but a complete pain in the neck to try and fit later.
Plaster sheet, you may get away with it for a short time so long as the opening is protected from weather but solid plaster no way. The plasterer needs and uses the reveal (edge) of the window frame to trowel to.
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