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Posted By: jamesingramon large council house estates uPVC look no different from poor quality wood or crittal , possible betteras they look a bit tidyer , less paint flacking off when poorly maintained etc.enviromental , no there not a great product in the production/ end use side of thingsbut for draught proofing , reduced heatloss there a very affordable option.poor quality and poorly maintained wooden window rot out quite quickly so may not last as long as upvcI've uPVC in my home( 1950s utility build) 10 years old and as good as new , they cost £800 for 7 windowsyes I'd love Oak 3G windows but they were out of my price range at the time (and still are), and to be honest I'd think they'd look a bit out of place down my streetI just think uPVC do have a place, and I also think uPVC in place of sash on a period property should be a floggable offensecheers Jim
Posted By: EvSadly, the 'exclusion clauses' are open to interpretation, by BCO's. And at times damaging solutions are both forced on owners and owners wish to carry out damaging solutions.
Posted By: EvI think you know what I mean.
Posted By: Mike GeorgeAh well - had my say - you've had yours. Let's let someone else have a go
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