any window fitters around?

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Found 4th Apr 2010
I have an issue with damp in my bedroom and want to fit some trickle vents to help stop the problem, i have found varoius websites selling them but is it possible to fit these to pvcu windows that dont have them already? is it a case of drilling a hole and fitting them over the top? Also i am after some pvcu strips about 2 inches wide and about 1cm thick? any advice would be good
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xp - vista or win7, lol
wickedteen;8287389

xp - vista or win7, lol



thos i can handle, dont want to mess up my windows though
here what can i do for you
fragaliciousbob;8287675

here what can i do for you



is it possible to fit trickle vents to pvcu frames that have not got them on? looking for some pvcu strips about 2 inches wide and 1cm or so thick
masterruckus;8287685

is it possible to fit trickle vents to pvcu frames that have not got them … is it possible to fit trickle vents to pvcu frames that have not got them on? looking for some pvcu strips about 2 inches wide and 1cm or so thick



its possible if there is no reinforcing in the frame you can run a sharp drill through and buy surface mounted vents
If you dont want to wreck your windows then fit a vent in the wall instead.
so something like this would do the job


ebay - 190271091298
masterruckus;8287762

so something like this would do the jobebay - 190271091298



Yep that would do it.

When they fitted my windows last year they were just pre-routed holes in the windows and the fitters used similar
cool ill take a look tommorrow to see if its reinforced. thanks forall your info. rep left for all

now if someone could tell me where to get some plcu strips that would be great
masterruckus;8287860

cool ill take a look tommorrow to see if its reinforced. thanks forall … cool ill take a look tommorrow to see if its reinforced. thanks forall your info. rep left for allnow if someone could tell me where to get some plcu strips that would be great



you should be able to get them at any diy store


wickes.co.uk/bin…sia
I've had a good result with damp cure by using interior dehumidifiers ( plastic pots of beads stuff) - £1. each 3 in a room - last for week,s no wet on the window sill either. Got the last ones in Asda.
Half my windows have trickle vents & half don't but I don't use the trickles much because I can't stand the draft.
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