Should be fine for what it is, as long as the holes/cracks were cleaned out first.
I'd suggest painting the areas once dry, to help reduce the water that gets in there & would weaken these areas. It doesn't look like it was a "high dollar" job, so it should do fine. There is more work that could go into something like this... but sometimes it's not worth going overboard...
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My Uncle in law used some sort of concrete sealer over cracks on my shops chimney.. Ill call him next to see what that product was, it worked great.I have a feeling im going to have to just fab all custom caps for the windows, bleh as if i didnt have enough to do already hahaha...If you look at those pictures close, you can see that the windows are not sitting on the actual window sill. Looks to me as if the guy sized the window with crap wood to make the windows "fit"...What a mess =)
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