Correct me if I'm wrong (and I know you lot will!) but isn't it supposed
to be installed groove side down? I walked past a building conversion
the other day where they were fitting it tongue side down but didn't
like to say anything - first, because I wasn't absolutely sure and
second because I could guess the reaction if some old codger passing by
called out "Oy! You're doing that wrong!"
Is it a building control issue or just something the new owner will have
to shrug over and replace in a few years time?
That's called external glazing. It probably is slightly less secure
because those strips can be popped out. But whether you can then get
the DG unit out so easily I'm not sure. But we made sure when we got
all our DG done that it's internally glazed.
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you were my wife, I'd drink it."
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