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Sealing tall recessed windows for winter.

supabeastsupabeast Registered User regular
edited December 2009 in Help / Advice Forum
I live in an apartment with high ceilings, 15 feet, and my windows run about twelve of that. Two of them are drafty as hell and I need to seal them off for winter. The problem is that the windows are recessed almost a foot back from the wall, so there’s no frame to put plastic over. The only solution I can think of is to borrow a ladder and caulk them (they don’t open anyway) but I was wondering if there’s a less permanent option.

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