My bathroom window pane is broken, and needs replacing. It’s decorative glass, double glazed in a uPVC frame, measuring 96x137cm(HxW). The bathroom is on the 1st floor of a quasi-semi detached house in Salford.
I’m looking to remove an old window in my garage & brick this up. The window is single glazed in a wooden frame & doesn’t feel that securely fixed at present. I’m not entirely sure to what standard this has been fitted. I originally added this job for a builder as I’m not sure which tradesman could help here.
We need a conservatory finishing off in Darwen Lancashire and are looking for independent people or smaller contractors to get in touch. No idea what you would charge an hour, day or job so ignore the budget.
Supply and fit a bathroom window in bathroom with opening fan light and obscure glass to match existing. This is a flat (2nd floor) and will need to be fitted from inside. Exterior is brown and interior white. Approx 1050mm h and 910 w. Existing tiles to stay as waterproof wall boarding being fitted after installation. #Been quoted £400 but that seems to high for one small window.#
Recently we have noticed a wet patch in our conservatory can’t understand where it’s coming from it’s at the bottom, last year it wasn’t apparent . It’s in a corner joining to the main house . Any one who can identify the work / problem would be much appreciated. I’ve have added some pictures. Thanks
Approx 7x4.5 conservatory in need of some repairs
Roof is made from PVC and is supported by timber frames
Has been leaking in various parts and some of the frames are potentially rotten..
In need of some maintenance/upgrade
Key Requirement - Available to visit site for inspection + provide written quote
Looking for range of options from a quick fix to immediate leaking parts to looking at replacing roof
Work Available immediately provided the right person
we live in a 4 year old town house, its a second floor window. The window is leaking but not visibly (there isn't a puddle of water) other than the internal window sill is warped and damp is starting to appear up the wall.
Remove 3no. existing sash windows and install 3no. new sash windows. The frames need to be installed, then two sashes fitted to each with ropes and weights being fitted into the frames. Ironmongery then needs to be installed.