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  How to DIY uPVC Windows and Doors - and save money

 

Follow these simple instruction on how to fit your new double glazed uPVC windows

How do I save money on my new house windows?

There are two ways to go about this, one is to buy the windows and doors etc. from Easyfit Window Warehouse and fit them yourself, alternatively buy the windows and doors etc. from us and employ a local tradesman to fit them for you. Either way you will achieve savings.

 

I want to Do it Myself, how do I go about it?

First thing to do is measure your windows so that you can get a price for them. If you just want a "ball park" figure, take the inside measurements and add 50mm to both the width and the height, go to the relevant menu item on the left menu (i.e. casement windows, tilt & turn windows, patio doors, composite doors etc.) and enter the sizes and other requirements to get a price. If you like what you see, and want to get a more accurate price then you will have to measure the windows and doors as detailed in our online instructions here..... Measuring instructions and then re-enter these correct sizes to get your definite prices for the goods. If there are any products not listed, then please ring us on 0161 486 6049 or email us at sales@easyfitwindow.com and our staff will be only to pleased to help you.

Next, you will need to know if you have all the necessary tools you will need to do the job, you will find a list of the tools and equipment you need here...... Fitting Windows & Doors. Most households already have the tools listed so there's not much you would need to get.

I would prefer to let someone else fit them for me..

 

That is fine; just carry on as above to get the price for the goods and then find a local tradesman or perhaps a colleague to fit them for you.  If you have a favourite odd job man with the skills needed to do the job then this should suit your purpose. If not, ask your friends and neighbours if they know of anyone they could recommend. A glance through your local paper's classified adverts can also help but do be careful to choose someone that has got decent references.

How much can I save?

We can't give a definite answer to that question, but we can guarantee that if you have bought your windows and doors etc. from Easyfit, and either fitted them yourself or had them fitted by a local tradesman, you will have saved a large sum of money compared to even the most modest of installation Company's. That's a fact.

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