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Wooden window renovation/replacement

Posted by nkimgn - Created: 7 years ago
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Posted by A Breath of Fresh Air - 7 years ago

Repairing windows could well be cheaper than replacing, find a local menusier.  But replicating existing windows will certainly be more expensive than replacing them.

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Posted by axasxm - 7 years ago

Try to contact the guy named Patrice at 0688 822529

Ask for a quote so you can decide from there.

Hope it helps.


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Posted by nkimgn - 7 years ago

Thanks for you replies..... we will get some quotes from both of those companies for all the windows.

Does anyone know a company that will renovate windows- and a joiner who can replicate the ones that are not salvagable -  we  would like to see if this is a cheaper option.



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Posted by robbie1400 - 7 years ago

We have just had our windows replaced by K par K. We used them because our windows are arched and Lapeyre could not do these in wood. Plus our frames were in good shape so we only wanted the actual windows replaced not the whole units.

The service was very good from start to finish. Their first quote was a little on the high side but we managed to negotiate them down a bit. They handled everything very efficiently, replacing 15 windows and doors in 2 days with very little mess or disruption.


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Posted by GAnthony - 7 years ago

You might try Lapeyre.  They have a selection of windows in plastic, aluminium, pine and oak to suit most window sizes.   We have recently had all of our windows and French doors replaced with double-glazed units in oak frames. We are currently replacing the shutters too.  You can see their catalog on www.lapeyre.fr and see what they offer.  They will quote for the whole job, or you can buy the parts and have them fitted by your own man.  Hope this helps.