2 things i would look at. Maybe the bay roof assuming that is a roof on top of the bay and also the rain running between the cill and bottom of...
Just seen this. don't use the forum much. What are you after
residence collection do flush doors
It looks very damp. I thought maybe leaking from the window above and running down the cavity
Have you got a window above. if so look at that
I cannot see why the fitter/supplier should take all the risks. we have done jobs totaling £10'000 with nothing up front only then to be knocked...
If the door is not face drained and the drainage is under the lip of the cill you should have siliconed the ends of the cill and then put the end...
don't push on the glass then it won't rattle
Nothing to do with residence. Glass would have been from others.
Make that 3 solidor slabs. Just had another crack
some fitters do some don't.
Had to change 2 solidor slabs due to cracking
Get an aluminium door
You make me laugh. So his been out once to look at it and then quoted to supply and fit a new lock which he would the guarantee but you don't want...
Is that a join on the roof? maybe there is a split on the roof a the rain is taking a while to seep through. Nice bra:)
Lol that is just ott. The stamp is there to tell you its toughened its not a work of art...some customers
We have fitted more Reynaers than origin, i would go with Reynaers it is a lovely door
probably dropped and catching on the bottom or a keep. needs toe and heeling
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