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I am putting my dryer in the basement and I need to vent it outside. I'd rather not cut a hole in the wall if I can avoid it.

My basement window openings measure 21" x 32-1/2" and I would be attaching to block or brick, depending on where the window sits.

Finding such a window has turned into more trouble than I would have expected.

Does anyone have any experience with this type of thing and have and lessons learned they can share?

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We have multiple window manufacturers in our area. They will make a vinyl window to whatever size you need. I have rental properties and they make me a basement sized window where 1/2 has a 4 inch hole for a dryer vent and the other half is fixed glass. I have also seen guys use glass block (kind of like bricks mortared together) and leave one glass block out and pass the dryer vent thru there.

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