Replacing wood conservatory
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rightspanner
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Replacing wood conservatory

by rightspanner » Thu Sep 06, 2007 1:26 pm

I have a wood conservatory about 15 years old and the frames are starting to go along with dodgy drainage and some stained windows where someone removed the plastic that was on the upper windows.

Is it going to be cheaper to replace the whole thing from the concrete wall bottoms up or refurbish???

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