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Temporary window removal - Windows job in Finchley Church End, North London

Job description

We're moving into a 1st floor flat in London come mid-August but already it appears the front door is going to be too narrow to fit most big furniture pieces (sofas, etc.) and possibly white goods (washing machine, fridge, dishwasher, etc.). The front door width space is 63.5cm between the frame and height is about 63.5cm.

As we don't want to compromise on items we like which may be too big, we are looking to consider the option of getting the biggest window panel removed. The window is double-glazed, aluminium-framed and bay-styled. Property was built in 1900s and window hasn't been changed in the last 20 years. Have a look at it by copying and pasting the lin: http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/jac.low2/BayWindow?feat=directlink

Is it possible to remove the window temporarily to get all the pieces in, and to restore it once done? How much would it cost?

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We needed Tony to temporarily remove a window in order to get some large furniture into our new flat on moving day, and to replace the window again after they were done.

He was a pleasure to deal with in the run up to the job and was prompt in his replies. When it came to the actual day, he turned up pretty much as scheduled (apart from a few traffic difficulties), was polite and friendly, and had the window out in about 5 minutes. When we were all done with the moving he returned and had put window back in no time.

He was supposed to turn up with a colleague to help him, but unfortunately they couldn't make it in the end, so he knocked £50 off the price, which was much appreciated.

Overall I would definitely recommend Tony for any window/glazing job.