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  1. We really like Internorm triple glazed windows....and pricing at the moment is not too bad. However, we had originally planned to have solar glass to reduce solar gain in the summer. Someone mentioned to me that solar glass on triple glazing can appear very dark. Does anyone have experience of/views on this pls?
  2. Our VELFAC windows are being delivered next Wednesday and our VELFAC approved installer, E R Aluform, has just advised they're ceasing trading as of today. We paid them a 50% deposit. Please no abuse on why we agreed to pay them a 50% deposit for the installation; I'm feeling rather fragile and would be grateful if anyone can offer any advice on what to do— whether we can recoup the money? and / or who can fit VELFAC windows at such short notice. Thanks in advance
  3. Advice Please! A triple glazing rep (Gaulhofer) is due to call tomorrow. And I don't want to look too much of an idiot when talking to him. So what should I look for, or ask about? I know the basic stuff about his brand of windows, like the figures for the glass and frame -they're all within the range for PH - if they weren't the rep wouldn't be calling. I need pointers towards what I should look for in terms of manufacture. I'm conscious of the recent thread on windows and security, so I'll ask about the relevant standards. But to be honest with you, at the moment, to me, windows are windows are windows. But I'll be spending a good chunk of our budget on them. .....Not a time to get it wrong.