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IED Building services, we specialise in UPVC windows doors and conservatories, no upfront fees, call us on 07585 242 823

 

I don't think I would dare searching for your company name on Google :hihi:.

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Give us a call at Crookes & Son Traditional Joinery ltd , we specialize in the manufacture and installation of sliding sash windows.

We are also approved by sheffield city council for work on listed and heritage buildings in conservation areas in and around sheffield.

 

please take a look at our website at http://www.crookesjoinery.co.uk for more information, or pop down to our workshop in Hillsborough , we will be more than happy to help.

 

We are one of the only companies in sheffield who are certified ACCOYA specialists!

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Anglian Home Improvements are really good quality and finish, have a look on the website.

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If you live on an estate that all houses have brown windows can you change yours to white and do you have to go through planning. Includes soffits and facias . :suspect:

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Hi,

 

Does anybody know where I can buy a made to measure uPVC window as supply only?

 

Thanks

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If you live on an estate that all houses have brown windows can you change yours to white and do you have to go through planning. Includes soffits and facias . :suspect:

 

Brown upvc has to be filed next to avocado bathroom suites and polystyrene tiles. What were people thinking? Presumably we are supposed to think they look like wood. No, they look like brown plastic. Upvc windows are the right answer for some houses, but they've got to be white.

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Brown upvc has to be filed next to avocado bathroom suites and polystyrene tiles. What were people thinking? Presumably we are supposed to think they look like wood. No, they look like brown plastic. Upvc windows are the right answer for some houses, but they've got to be white.

 

Are you for real ./ You seem to be in a very complicated world :loopy:

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Are you for real ./ You seem to be in a very complicated world :loopy:

 

The world IS very complicated. I'm sorry if that is a shock to you.

 

But back to brown upvc windows - they look horrible. Do you disagree?

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The world IS very complicated. I'm sorry if that is a shock to you.

 

But back to brown upvc windows - they look horrible. Do you disagree?

 

So sorry to hear your world is so confusing but i can see why . The answer to your question is if i lived on an estate of say 40 houses and they all had brown windows i would confirm and put brown windows in mine . You would probably put white ones in to stand out from the crowd.Thats why they have planing laws to keep things nice. You will not see the logic behind this thats why you live in a complicated world. :loopy: I may be wrong but this is the way women think so youre prob female.

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So sorry to hear your world is so confusing but i can see why . The answer to your question is if i lived on an estate of say 40 houses and they all had brown windows i would confirm and put brown windows in mine . You would probably put white ones in to stand out from the crowd.Thats why they have planing laws to keep things nice. You will not see the logic behind this thats why you live in a complicated world. :loopy: I may be wrong but this is the way women think so youre prob female.

 

Planing law (sic), aesthetics, feminism - is there no end to your expertise?

 

Anyway, my opinion is brown plastic windows are never a good thing. You can disagree if you want, see if I care.

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Planing law (sic), aesthetics, feminism - is there no end to your expertise?

 

Anyway, my opinion is brown plastic windows are never a good thing. You can disagree if you want, see if I care.

 

When in a flat spin have another drink :hihi: roll on 8. 30 pub time. :hihi:

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