The first step took all day. It was the building of the extra sturdy, and hopefully movable, scaffolding.
With that in place he was able to get up close to the second story kitchen window and start cutting away at the stucco. No, he didn't use a craft knife, there was a cement blade on a grinder involved.
When the old window was lifted out I was amazed at how large the hole seemed! If only there was room for a window that large. Unfortunately the window frame takes up a lot of space.
After getting the window out.....he put it back in for the night. Admittedly there were good reasons for that.
First, more stucco had to be cut away and that was a dusty procedure. Second, wasps were being attracted by the smell of dinner cooking. Third, it was almost time for company to arrive for a 30th birthday celebration. (Not mine.....I passed that milestone a couple of decades ago!).
Anyway, after an evening of visiting with "children" and grandchildren he was back at work today.
The new window is securely installed, but needs trim work inside and out.
Any questions? Well...don't ask ME! Like I said, I was just the hold this, fetch that, keep quiet and outta the way, kinda gal.