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Richard Thomas said: Posted on: 07/08/2013 13:17

Membership Number 89991
Surname Thomas
Email address randnproperties@yahoo.co.uk

Subject = Double Glazed Window Restrictors ? Third Floor Flat - Required?

We have bought a third floor flat with three double glazed windows that open at the bottom and have no restrictors. So you can open them fully - they open outward and upwards.

Do we have to have restrictors on this type of window in the eye of the law, or not.

Could you please offer any advice, or point me in the right direction?

Thank you.


Regards,

Richard

Richard Thomas

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Nigel Coe

randnproperties

T: 0773 412 8312
E: randnproperties@yahoo.co.uk

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