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Encapsulated Stained Glass - Any Opinions

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  • pboaepboae Forumite
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    I think the people living there now might object to that ;-)

    Hardman's Windows in Wallasey http://www.hardmans.co.uk/location.html have examples in their showroom, or they used to anyway. They did ours. There are other branches of Hardmans in Wirral, but it's the Wallasey one you'd want.

    I thought it was much more obvious from the outside that they were encapsulated, than it was from the inside. It didn't make a huge difference inside, but from a distance outside there is a slight sheen to the window, especially when it's very sunny. I presume because the surface is now completely flat, so you can tell. But that doesn't happen so much indoors.
    When I had my loft converted back into a loft, the neighbours came around and scoffed, and called me retro.
  • FrancesanneFrancesanne Forumite
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    Doozergirl wrote: »
    omg, is that your dog? It's adorable! I want one! What kind of dog is it?
    I'm glowing with pride, glad you like him. He's a little podgy terrier cross. He's 10 years old now. We got him from a rescue centre when he was 6 months old. He's a real wimp and hates the postman, thunder etc., etc. but he's the love of my life. All the best.
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