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Can you explain to me how to measure windows and doors to get a quote?

Our recommendation is that you get a tradesperson to measure, eg builder or carpenter so you have no issues with product not fitting correctly.

If you decide to measure yourself here are some tips to help you but we still recommend a professional tradesperson.

1) You need to evaluate how you are going to fit window or door.

2) Is the brickwork all in line or stepped back on the inside?

3) If brickwork in line you need to take at least three measurements across both horizontal and vertical faces, in case the brickwork varies, make a small allowance to have window fit the opening and this becomes your window size.

4) Product will be supplied with fins. Note: If full brick (double brick) consider having your windows de-finned, if using angles. If de-finning decide on size angles required and order enough to cover both inside and outside faces.

5) Responsibility of sizing is with the installer, so have your carpenter take the sizes as windows cannot be altered after the are made.

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