Tuesday, 27 October 2020

Saved up for and done!

Kitchen, small bedroom and bathroom windows changed. Before:



And afterwards:



Not cleaned at this stage as it was pouring down but they did remove greasy marks after these pictures were taken. 

They were also kind enough to leave us a couple of very long strips for us to fix at a later date, above our electric sun blind, where the rain drips down onto the windowsill and keeps us awake.

10 comments:

  1. Very nice and looks smart.. just how I buy, save up and buy it.

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    1. We always try to do it, don’t like credit.

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  2. Much better to be able to open the bottom window. They look good.
    During lockdown. when I've been nowhere, bought no fuel for the car, bought no more lunches and coffees out - I have saved enough money to treat myself to a few luxuries. A dishwasher, to start with; a Cornish holiday (which I decided to cancel because of the fear of Covid); some nice, green houseplants and the services of a gardener to keep my garden in order. They all brighten my days! Just like your new windows brighten yours.

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    1. It’s good to get them done, especially the kitchen ones for saving my shoulders. Also the bathroom one was no longer easy to open so had been locked for a few months.

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  3. Such a difference. Looks wonderful.

    God bless.

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    1. We are pleased with them. Been waiting ages.

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  4. They look lovely, and it will be so much easier to be able to open the kitchen windows now.

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    1. Plush the glass insert is thicker and quieter and the mechanism different so hopefully no future closure problems.

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