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May 4, 2013 at 13:55 #13491

PeterN
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To those who may be interested. I have just installed a complete new set of side windows on ‘Salara’. The job was long overdue and all the frames were badly corroded. I realised that the cost of replacement would be a little heavy and so over time I had investigated various non standard options all of which were unsuitable and still costly. The only answer was to ‘go for it’ and order five new pairs from Seaglaze Ltd.
I provided some templates to enable them to quote and they quickly gave me a price for the windows and delivery to Greece. I accepted their quotation for five pairs of windows including internal fixing trims, all fixings and Arbocol tape sealer. The units being the bolt through type.
A set of hardboard templates was despatched to me in Greece to compare with the existing windows so that manufacture could go ahead over the winter period. I arranged to have the new windows shipped to Greece to arrive the week before I returned there from UK.
Nikki Chapman at Seaglaze dealt with my order most efficiently and all went exactly to plan. The product is very well made and I had no problems when I installed them. It is really a two person job but as I have run out of wives I managed to do the installation fairly easily alone.
The finished job looks great and I have no hesitation in recommending Seaglaze Ltd. Check out their website http://www.seaglaze.co.uk

August 5, 2017 at 07:02 #26134
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We’ve been rebedding or replacing all portlights on Rainshadow this year because they were leaking.

In summary, we are simply removing and rebedding some portlights, we had to reglaze some portlights before rebedding, and we installed 3 new opening portlights (we did sail to warmer climates and now we need much more ventilation!).

I just added a post about this effort to our personal website, which you can read here.

Marilyn, Moderator

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