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Author Topic: Tripple glazing return on investment etc.  (Read 2022 times)


  • Joined Mar 2017
  • Gower
Re: Tripple glazing return on investment etc.
« Reply #15 on: August 18, 2019, 08:00:14 am »
Don't do it! both Anglian and Everest subcontract the fitting, which is as important as the unit, so that can be and in our experience has been as bad as any - to the extent of being able to see the garden through the gaps! Their excuse is it is standard practice in the industry, which reveals their bog standard business philosophy. And the units are no better either - again we've had both (though double not tripled glazed). The largest panes blew about a day after the guarantee ran out. We would not use either ever again, and are now in process of trying the best-reviewed local firm for a replacement.

 Let's know how you get on please.
I have not forgotten! It is pending, as the man in charge had a heart attack; he's on the mend, but I guess that's a disadvantage of using a small local and especially long-established firm, and we are not in a hurry so are happy not to pressure while the backlog is worked through.


  • Joined Mar 2016
Re: Tripple glazing return on investment etc.
« Reply #16 on: August 19, 2019, 02:59:28 pm »
Everest and Anglian are much more expensive and a large percentage of the extra cost goes on the marketing and no on the superior product, best you can do is find a company that is recommended by someone that you know.


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