While I do like the idea of hands-free hair drying, I don't really need it while sitting on the couch watching tv. So we decided that we needed to do something about our leaky, drafty windows. I did some research on solutions for historic windows and they are all pretty pricey.
The options are:
1. replacement windows $$$$$
-(which would have to be approved.)
2. wood frame exterior storm windows $$$
3. aluminum frame exterior storm windows $$
-(I refuse to do these. I think they completely ruin the exterior aesthetic of a historic house.)
4. interior storm windows $$
5. interior window "shrink wrap" $
I'll let you guess which we choose. Here's some photos to help you figure it out:
|I'm really happy with the way it turned out, not that "crack-house-y" at all.|
|I was trying to get some shot where you could see the edge of the wrap.|
|And we stuck it right down to the sill.|
Here's Marc doing his attention to detail and then his "kill shot" poses.
(He apparently had just watched that movie Date Night, hence the "killshot" reference.)