I'm free this coming weekend (6/7th).
I also made an overview of the outside of the house so you can have a better idea of what's what, given that you wouldn't have seen the house.
This is attached.
Thanks for your help,
On Sun, 31 Aug 2014 15:49:34 +0000, Ken Lees wrote: > Hi Sean, > > In a direct response to this email. This would need a visit from a > surveyor to measure the new items for the other half of your windows. Robby > Yapp is no longer with us, so it would be another surveyor. What is your > availblity for the surveyor to visit. We will also be able to tie everyting > up in one visit. > > I am dealing with the remakes of the ribbon designs. I will let you know > when they have been delivered. > > Regards Ken > > > > Hi Ken, > Given that it looks like you're going to be producing the other half of > the windows units for me sooner rather than later, Richard Lawrence > suggested that I confirm with you those and the 'special glass' that is > part of that batch. > These are for the upstairs toilet and more importantly, the front porch. > I've attached pictures of what the existing designs/patterns for those > are, as I'm not sure what you have and I don't have a record of that > either. > Looking on the website for the styles of obscure glass is proving to be > obscure in itself. > > > The original purchase agreement didn't cover this other half, so I think > we should get them sorted out before it becomes a problem. > This would then total: > living room/lower front of house - includes 5 of the small stained glass > design > porch - with the special glass (looks like fluted) > upstairs hallway - same larger stained glass design as the hallway > upstairs toilet - with the other obscured glass (looks like > seashells/pebbles) > rear patio doors > What do we need to do to make this happen?.. > > Regards, > Sean Meacher > > > On 27/08/2014 08:49, Ken Lees wrote:
ES1910AR overview of existing windows.pdf
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