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Window or conservatory problem?

From broken window locks to leaking conservatory roofs, we have got a cost effective solution for every kind of repair.,
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Bay and Bow Windows Are An Attractive Feature To Any Property...

They make a big difference to the feel of a room, making any room feel bigger. They are constructed using normal fully reinforced window frames. The frames are connected using structural bay pole assembly kits or reinforced corner posts for square Bay/Bow windows. The external sill, which the frames sit on, is welded together to create one sill under all the frames.

Conversion To Bow/Bay Windows...

It is possible to create a bay or bow window from an existing flat window.

A bow window can be created cost effectively without the need for building regulations. A flat to bow window has the same frame construction as a normal bay or bow window but with a new roof.

    









 
 
 
 


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