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  • mt
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    middle aged?

    petergee
    Member

    Seriously. I thought with all the Fergie talk this was going to be about the Man U owners. Sorry. I can’t help you.

    Premier Icon Bregante
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    Quadrant windows in urmston did me a great deal a few years back, after some haggling. In fact, when I went in to pay them I was told the salesman had “moved on” so maybe I drove too hard a bargain! 😀

    I’d definitely use them again.

    http://Www.quadrantwindows.co.uk

    Thanks Bregate, will take a look.

    mt – no, 27. FFS….

    mt
    Member

    you lucky git, don’t worry it’ll come. 🙂

    Can anyone recommend a reliable, quality and relatively cheap double glazing maunfacturer/fitter in Manchester?

    Christ….that’s just about the most depressing sentence I’ve ever written.

    unovolo
    Member

    Sunshine Windows

    Small family company based in Dukinfield.
    I used them to supply only most of my windows but had them in to do a Big box bay window that I did not want to mess up.

    They did a first class job,they dont advertise much as most of there work comes from word of mouth which speaks for itself.

    globalti
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    Do NOT use Safestyle. You need a famiy firm whose fitters will screw the frames properly into the rebates, not someone whose fitters are on a target of fifteen windows a day and will just glue the frames in with foam then scarper and allow their rectification mates to sort out the consequences for the few customers who know – or bother – to complain.

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    I would recommend Alexander Windows. we used them last year to do a full house worth of windows. Decent showroom in Hazel Grove, Stockport. No pressure quote and open to a bit of haggling. The installers were professional (on time, polite, courteous and cleaned all their crap up!) Couldn’t fault them.

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