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9 d9 dECOECOECOECO posted:
Window Sale - Getting Urgent... ***must move in September***

Selling is going well, but I need it even weller ;-) because we MUST MOVE factories starting September, and I do not want to take any…

16 d16 dECOECOECOECO posted:
Window Sale - Getting Urgent... ***must move in September***

Because we are busy, we are still struggling with getting our stock numbers.
OK... minimum discount on stock items is 50%. Send a list to loann @ ecoeco .com.au she…

21 d21 dECOECOECOECO posted:
What type of windows are these?

The frames look good where you can see the grain, the thicker paint is OK if it doesn't foul the operation of the window, otherwise, yes, sand them back, but…

21 d21 dECOECOECOECO posted:
What type of windows are these?

I agree with Arcadelt.
But you likely can't get parts for the vintage spiral balance so you will need to buy new.
Here's Bunnies
Se-YGNegpOo

What type of windows are these?
28 d28 dECOECOECOECO posted:
Window Sale - Getting Urgent... ***must move in September***

If you need double glazed windows and doors,


and you can be flexible on size and maybe colour, we have some bargains right now.
We will be doing a stocktake this…

1 month1 monthECOECOECOECO posted:
Dimensions for a replacement window

You're welcome
I have no interest in your requirement, but, your risks are
Breakage on delivery
Incorrect size
Incorrect glass
UV stability (PVC)

1 month1 monthECOECOECOECO posted:
Dimensions for a replacement window

I think the outside dimensions of the window will be the actual window dimensions.
If you're going to employ an installer, you need to have him measure for the new window,…

1 month1 monthECOECOECOECO posted:
Dimensions for a replacement window

Try scraping the surface with a screwdriver - is it plaster or mortar? It is highly likely that this is a cement render with steel ties. I suggest you find…

1 month1 monthECOECOECOECO posted:
Dimensions for a replacement window

The inside and outside dimensions will be the same.
You will need brick ties to attach the new window to the brickwork.
Is that a cement render on the inside? If so,…

1 month1 monthECOECOECOECO posted:
Window pricing

A 2400 wide panel requires a crane, and that can add $1000 - $2000 (assuming 2100+ height). Plus the glass will be thicker, which may require the frame to be…

1 month1 monthECOECOECOECO posted:
Dimensions for a replacement window

Can you post a pic?
Otherwise, best guess would be to measure your existing window on the outside, and yes, subtract 5mm (total) HxW. Just make sure that your opening is…

2 months2 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Door handle height

looks weird, no such thing as standard height, except to swimming pools.

2 months2 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Remove & replace aluminium windows in double brick wall

WA is a different market, where frames are installed with brick ties and bricked around during construction. Added to that, the render is a major complication.
Get someone local to…

3 months3 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Door Issue

To be fair... and I think yours is 2340? They could have had the doors rebated rather than the mushroom stop. I think new doors are in order, maybe…

Door Issue
3 months3 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Broken Glass Pane In Double Glazed Window

The whole double glazed unit is sealed and your glazier would have brought one with him and removed the old one and installed the new one. Nothing else would…

3 months3 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Door Issue

That is a mushroom stop, for whatever reason it's not working.. complain.

3 months3 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Double glazing

Hi
Sorry I don't recommend in Sydney, I am not up to date with the Sydney market.
Thanks
Ed

3 months3 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
UPVC windows vs aluminium thermally broken

Hi
We sell all over Australia. But we cannot provide service support outside Victoria, only spare parts.
We no longer provide EcoTherm because our standard non-broken product, EcoTech, is equal in performance.
Our…

UPVC windows vs aluminium thermally broken
3 months3 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
WERS Air Infiltration

Welcome.
The casement was not separately tested, so it defaults to 5 and yet it uses the same profiles and seals.. The awning tested at 0.15, I have no idea…

3 months3 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
WERS Air Infiltration

Hi
All windows are physically tested in a NATA accredited laboratory under AS2047. This includes rain and wind consisting of negative and positive pressure. Our casement window and awning window use…

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4 months4 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Tinting ComfortHush - a 6.5mm laminated glass

My "attempt" was an answer, sorry it was not the answer you wanted. :-?

4 months4 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Tinting ComfortHush - a 6.5mm laminated glass

They are saying that it is a risk and they won't cover it. I do know that the risk is there.
Your choices are to ignore that at your peril, or…

4 months4 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Tinting ComfortHush - a 6.5mm laminated glass

And as I said, ask Viridian... but I am pretty sure they will say it is unwise.

4 months4 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Gaps around windows during build

Thanks Jason...

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4 months4 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Gaps around windows during build

This is normal for windows with architraves. The gap is intended and is used to square the window and make it operable. There needs to be a packer behind…

4 months4 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Gaps around windows during build

Unacceptable.
Sounds like a brickie problem, but it may be deeper. Complain to a higher level...

4 months4 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Tinting ComfortHush - a 6.5mm laminated glass

Yes, but low-E glass is already a heat absorber, so adding tint will absorb more heat and could cause spontaneous fracture...

4 months4 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Tinting ComfortHush - a 6.5mm laminated glass

You already have low-E glass, so no need for solar absorption film. The tint is all you need, but a film is likely nor recommended for your glass and…

4 months4 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Security Screens Vs. Insect Screens

There are substitutes for security which will maintain the view, but really none when you have the door open and rely on the flyscreen to keep insects out.
The only possible…

4 months4 monthsECOECOECOECO posted:
Another defective house story

But by the time it has affected them it is no longer a hot topic, they can't go back in time an fix the original cause.

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