Double glazing firm (well respected local firm) wants just over £1,000 to supply and fit three windows (part of a potentially larger order). B&Q windows are approximately £129 per window for similar sizes (waiting for quote for exact sizes). So potentially say £450 for 3 windows and a couple of general builders on site building the rest of everything - shouldn't cost £550 in labour to screw the windows in and run some foam and mastic round.
O.K. don't have the DG firm's warranty but B&Q are liable for quality and the builders are liable for fitting. So I don't see any reason to employ the DG company to do this bit.
Is there any reason not to just buy and fit? And is there a bettter supplier than B&Q for ready made or made to measure windows? Oh, and I do find it frustrating that you can't see UPVC windows on the B&Q website but have to go into the store to discover that they actually sell the damn things and can also have them made to measure.
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