I purchased a 1976 trillium
a year ago & have completely gutted it.
I bought 2 new side windows
for it. I wanted to increase the size of the window opening by about 3/4" on each side. On a trillium
next to the window it flares out a bit so I thought I'd cut right at the flare & install the new windows
. I was speaking with someone & they said don't cut away the flare because it's structural. I don't understand how an area that's flared out 2' up/down would really be structural.
I have attached a photo where I would be cutting.
My issue is I've bought the windows
already, any suggestions comments?
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