I wanted to make sure I used the cellar window. It is supposed to go at the bottom of the the left side of the house. But because I’m putting the left side on top of a garage, and so eliminating the window opening, I decided to relocate the window to the right side of the house, under the kitchen bay.
This meant, of course, that I had to cut an opening for the window. It was fairly easy to cut through the thin foundation piece.
In fact, the foundation piece fell off as I cut it, which turned out make the window easier to put in. So maybe the cellar window should be inserted before the foundation is glued on?
The four cellar window pieces (from top to bottom): Back, sill, window trim, and window frame.
The sill slides under the foundation, the notches fitting around the foundation piece (very much like the window sills in all the other windows in the house).
The back of the window is glued to the sill–the back’s edge is flush with the bottom of the sill. (If you glue the back on top of the sill, it will be too tall.)
The plastic window glued to the back of the frame.
The window frame set in place, resting on the sill.
The window trim over the frame, ends resting on the sill.
Foundation glued back on house with window in place. I added the bricks to the foundation to finish it.
The cellar window done and in place.
As you can see, I’m also in the process of bricking the foundation (textured brick paper).
I plan to finish trimming this side of the house before returning to the left side.