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Natural light and fresh air pours in through the <a href="http://www.sierrapacificwindows.com">six windows</a> (each three feet wide by six and a half feet tall) that pattern both sides of the home. “We picked out this size because it’s the biggest you co

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Originally appeared in Portland's Cape Cod Remodel
on January 24, 2011
Natural light and fresh air pours in through the &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.sierrapacificwindows.com&quot;&gt;six windows&lt;/a&gt; (each three feet wide by six and a half feet tall) that pattern both sides of the home. “We picked out this size because it’s the biggest you co
Natural light and fresh air pours in through the six windows (each three feet wide by six and a half feet tall) that pattern both sides of the home. “We picked out this size because it’s the biggest you could buy and still be standard,” says Boardman, mindful that custom windows cost a whole lot more. Photo on left by Sally Schoolmaster; photo on right, courtesy Atelier Waechter.

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