A replacement window will not work without leaking in this application. Your going to need to use a new constrution window.
The old window comes out, a new wooden frame will need to be built and Tap Coned to the brick using lots of silicone on the back sides with pressure treated wood at the bottom.
The top and bottom pieces go in first then the sides, so the side will force the top and bottom tight.
The nailing fin can be then covered with strips of vinyl lumber ripped to the width you need.
Most often a Hopper Style window is installed in a basment. (do a Google on Hopper window)
You need to dig down in that window well about 2' and install some form of stone for drainage and to stop all that splash back. It also would be a great idea to have gutters.
Last edited by joecaption; 01-10-2011 at 09:02 AM.
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