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    Divide existing single uPVC window into 2 panels, one glass, one infill panel for cat flap

    Been quoted minimum width glass for catflap is 335mm and that's for the small ones. There needs to be enough glass around the hole otherwise wont be as strong I guess. The security concerns above are also valid. Without the divider someone could just kick the window at the join and it would...
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    Divide existing single uPVC window into 2 panels, one glass, one infill panel for cat flap

    Yep, about £40 for the PVC panel with hole cutout and £50 for the DG panel.
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    Divide existing single uPVC window into 2 panels, one glass, one infill panel for cat flap

    Thanks JobAndKnock, I thought that might be the case. Currently considering keeping all the existing beading and just using a 300 x 300 PVC panel below with a 300 x 1500 glass panel above, with a strip of black sticky sealant (came with a velux window) between and covered with a little bit of...
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    Divide existing single uPVC window into 2 panels, one glass, one infill panel for cat flap

    I think I need some king of muntin, ideally a upvc joining strip for 28mm glass, but can't seem to find anything like it online, only long aluminium ones...
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    Divide existing single uPVC window into 2 panels, one glass, one infill panel for cat flap

    I'd like to put a catflap into a tall, narrow double-glazed window (300mm x 1800mm), but the window isn't wide enough for a new glass panel with circular cutout for cat flap adapter. The next best solution would be to divide the window into 2 panels. a 300mm x 300mm infill panel at the bottom...
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