Removed trim from window and can see roof line

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Hi,

I’ve had rogue traders install some double glazing and the work was awful. I’ve removed the trims from my bedroom window because I was getting some damp in the corners and I can see the roof liner as there is a 40mm gap…it doesn’t look right, what should I do?
 

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Yes that's how it is on older houses without a tray lintel above the frame.

Use expanding foam. You don't fill the whole lot, just enough to seal the gap. 50mm deep or so, let it expand down a little, let it dry and then cut it off flush ready for the trim or plaster finish.

Likewise for sides and cill if you like
 
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@^woody^ thanks for your response. I walked up and down my street and all of the houses had a course of bricks above their
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windows, it’s just my house that doesn’t? I’ve uploaded a photo of the outside to show what I mean
 

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