Windows & Doors
Oct 23, 2019 11:33 am
Our property has a window which instead of being removed was covered and painted over - this was to save time and money by the previous owner. It looks totally fine inside, wouldn't know it is there.
If we wanted to have the window removed and bricked up, how would this be done? Could it be done from the outside leaving the inside totally untouched or would it need to be knocked through and done from scratch?
Concern is that over time the seals in the window will degrade and will need upgrading etc, and it will be a job that needs to be done down the track.
Thanks for any advice.
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