Conservatory Roof Corners let in Draught - Is This Correct?
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ryan0583
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Conservatory Roof Corners let in Draught - Is This Correct?

by ryan0583 » Sat Jan 30, 2016 1:11 pm

Hi there,

We had a conservatory installed a couple of years ago, and I always wondered whether or not this is a problem. The window frames at the top on either side stop where the eaves beam is. This means that in the corners there's a gap, which lets in quite a draught.

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Is this correct, or should the window frames be cut to fit into these gaps?

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Re: Conservatory Roof Corners let in Draught - Is This Correct?

by tileclipproman » Sat Jan 30, 2016 7:03 pm

I am surprised you have left it this long conservatories should be leak proof
whether water or air thats why you have windows so you let int the air when you want.

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