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QUOTE - TS19 Area - Fit upvc frame and door with side panels

Discussion in 'Windows and Doors' started by janz70, 3 Apr 2011.

  1. janz70

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    Basically got a friend of a friend to fit my door frame with panels at each side (all in one frame 2000mm x 1800mm) glowing recommendations etc etc
    Anyhow he has ballsed it up and I need someone who knows what they are doing and does this all the time to refit and make good on the interior and exterior

    The frame is only screwed in at present - no silicone

    need doing ASAP - Please contact me with a quote
     
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    basically got a friend of a friend to fit my door frame with panels at each side (all in one frame 2000mm x 1800mm) glowing recommendations etc etc

    After 8 hours he still hasnt got it finished - I even helped him remove all the old wooden frame and door, hes only got the frame screwed into the brickwork and the panel in but the frame is scew by about an inch on the left compared to the right hand side (its futher set back on the left if this makes sense).
    The door opens but does not click shut, it needs to be closed fully and then the handle pulled up to lock.
    When the door is closed until the bottom corner of door touches the frame the top corner is about 1/4 inch away from the frame. This is stopping the door from just being pushed closed and it "clicking" shut

    Not a happy bunny and told him not to come back luickily I he ran out of time before he started to silicone - he also appears to have only screwed the sides as the frame and it has a load of give in it,

    Anybody in Teesside area TS19XXX - fancy a cash job to refit this and make good interior



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