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Hi Mark,
 
I'm glad I saw your question. My husband and I were asking our selves the same when we took care of the seasonal repairs at home last year. Jeff is an avid crafter and giving his brilliant woodwork, we thought that dealing with the windows won't be much of a big deal.
 
We contacted a window supplier and started counting the days till the arrival of our luxury Italian windows. The day finally came and our delivery was in front of our newly renovated house in Sydney. Six bruises and four broken windows later, my hubby and his friend were finally able to bring the windows to the renovation site. Or at least, what was left of them.
 
In the meantime, our fellow and neighbor Terry, who was also having a complete home redo, decided to book some [http://www.paulswindowcleaningsydney.com.au/|windowwindow cleaning company] forcompany for the supply and glazier [http://www.paulswindowcleaningsydney.com.au/glazier/|glazier] work. In the course of a day, his windows had arrived and were already shining bright on his newly renovated two-story house.
In the meantime, our fellow and neighbor Terry, who was also having a complete home redo, decided to book some [http://www.paulswindowcleaningsydney.com.au/|windowwindow cleaning company] forcompany for the supply and glazier [http://www.paulswindowcleaningsydney.com.au/glazier/|glazier] work. In the course of a day, his windows had arrived and were already shining bright on his newly renovated two-story house.
 
He did pay some extra for choosing to hire a company, but what we paid for shipping another set of windows was a much higher price. Plus, the government has specific regulations for work from height that must be applied whenever it comes to window replacement, roof repair or anything that has to do with a hight higher than 1,5 metres, if I recall right. You can check out more about it in [http://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/sites/SWA/about/Publications/Documents/812/Falls-from-Height.pdf|this document] by Safe Work Australia.

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Original post by: Ariella Polter ,

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Hi Mark,

I'm glad I saw your question. My husband and I were asking our selves the same when we took care of the seasonal repairs at home last year.  Jeff is an avid crafter and giving his brilliant woodwork, we thought that dealing with the windows won't be much of a big deal.

We contacted a window supplier and started counting the days till the arrival of our luxury Italian windows.  The day finally came and our delivery was in front of our newly renovated house in Sydney. Six bruises and four broken windows later, my hubby and his friend were finally able to bring the windows to the renovation site. Or at least, what was left of them.

In the meantime, our fellow and neighbor Terry, who was also having a complete home redo, decided to book some [http://www.paulswindowcleaningsydney.com.au/|window cleaning company] for the supply and glazier work. In the course of a day, his windows had arrived and were already shining bright on his newly renovated two-story  house.

He did pay some extra for choosing to hire a company, but what we paid for shipping another set of windows was a much higher price. Plus, the government has specific regulations for work from height that must be applied whenever it comes to window replacement, roof repair or anything that has to do with a hight higher than 1,5 metres, if I recall right. You can check out more about it in [http://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/sites/SWA/about/Publications/Documents/812/Falls-from-Height.pdf|this document] by  Safe Work Australia.

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