Hi, i'm about to take on a bathroom reno and one of the task involved in the reno is to take out an aluminium window so that it can be resized to make the inside wall bigger. Unfortunately i'll be on a short deadline as the place is a rental property and I would like to plan the process before hand to be as prepared as possible.
The main problem I face is that the window is in an upstairs bathroom and the outside wall is brick veneer. The inside walls will be stripped and full access to the window surrounds will available from the inside.
My question is: can the window be removed from the inside and if so what is the process for removal?
From my research, I've seen that most aluminium windows are attached to the outside of the reveal, meaning they are put in from the outside and then bricked over. Will it be possible to cut the reveal out from the inside or is it too hard to tell without getting in there first?
I've attached 2 photos, one is of the inside showing most of the window (all i've got of it so far) and the other is the outside wall.
Thanks for anyhelp that anyone can provide me.