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A: A basement egress window is a window that meets specific size and accessibility requirements to allow safe exit from a below-grade basement room in case of an emergency.
A: The International Residential Code (IRC) requires that a basement egress window has a minimum opening width of 20 inches, a minimum opening height of 24 inches, a minimum net clear opening of 5.7 square feet, and a maximum sill height of 44 inches above the floor.
A: A basement egress window provides a safe means of exit in case of a fire or other emergency. It also allows natural light and ventilation into the basement, making it a more comfortable and livable space.
A: Yes, the IRC has specific requirements for basement egress windows, including size, accessibility, and location. It is important to consult with a professional contractor or building code official to ensure compliance with local regulations.
A: The cost of installing a basement egress window can vary depending on factors such as the size of the window, the complexity of the installation, and the location of the window. A major factor is whether the window is below-grade. Below grade egress windows requiring concrete-cutting, excavation, area walls, and covers start at about $5,000, but an egress window mostly above-grade may cost as low as $2,000.00.
A: It is possible to install a basement egress window yourself, but it is not recommended unless you have experience with construction and building codes. Improper installation can result in safety hazards and code violations.
A: The installation time for a basement egress window can vary depending on the size of the window and the complexity of the installation. However, a typical installation can be accomplished by an experienced crew in a single work-day.
A: Yes, a basement egress window can be used for ventilation, as well as providing natural light and emergency egress.
A: Basement egress windows can be made from a variety of materials, including vinyl, fiberglass, and wood. The material you choose will depend on factors such as durability, energy efficiency, and aesthetic preference.
A: Proper maintenance of your basement egress window includes regular cleaning, inspection, and repair of any window hardware, if necessary. It is also important to ensure that the egress window well area drain is clear of debris and functioning properly.
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