One of my pet peeves is bathrooms without windows. They always seem dank and mildewy. Well, the house I'm about to buy has two windowless bathrooms! I consider myself a fairly handy guy but cutting a hole in an exterior wall and properly installing a window there is not something I feel confident doing, so I'll probably buy glass block windows (the ones with vents in them--I've seen these going for about $100) and then pay someone to install them. How much should I expect to pay for this service, per window? The house is a single story ranch and the exterior walls in question border the yard with no obstructions, so it couldn't be simpler in terms of access. As for what's on the interior, one of the bathrooms has a tiled shower stall and the other has a bathtub with a prefab wall wrap. Both of these fixtures are along the exterior wall, and I'd want the windows installed in the middle of each one. Is there a big problem with that idea? And finally, can anyone recommend a contractor in the Central Ohio region? I'd probably be looking to get this done sometime before the end of October.