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I need to replace aluminum windows in a brick home, because the foundation has shifted slightly during a drought making the windows hard to close all the way.

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You are not going to get good advice about house windows in a Cars and Trucks category.

The problem is not the windows, it is the opening. It is no longer square and that is the real problem. Just replacing the window in a bad opening will not help. You need to square up the window in the opening, probably with shims.

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