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Window frame

The fixed, nonoperable frame of a window, consisting of two jambs, a head, and a sill, designed to receive and hold the sash or casement and all necessary hardware.

window frame

The fixed, nonoperable frame of a window designed to receive and hold the sash or casement and all necessary hardware.
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The subject of the contract are construction works in the area of faade renovation, replacement of window frames, window grates, repair of a concrete ramp, roofing in building no.
Removal of old window and window frames and blind box and installation of new wood or wood / metal window frames as well as new windows.
* Water infiltration: Warping or decaying window frames can make it easy for rain or snow to get into the home.
The new 23 million [pounds sterling] Weston Tower features 500 leaded windows and every window frame is protected with the company's Interpon powder coatings.
Next it will be white window frames, white wedding dresses and white emulsion paint that are banned.
Some of the nave window frames are so corroded that they are beyond repair and many of the glass panels are cracked and broken.
Make one using bricks or timber screwed together and a couple of old window frames with the glass still in them.
She says: "It's where I saw the old window frames. I kept seeing them outside the shop on Rose Street and thinking, 'I could do something with those'.
Perhaps your ageing window frames have seen better days?
One of the most popular are UPVC window frames, due to their low cost, energy efficiency and ease of maintenance.
Window frames are made of three main materials: wood, UPVC and metal.
It offers a great range of window frames made in uPVC, Timber, Aluminium with thermal insulation and combinations of Aluminium and Timber as well as uPVC and Aluminium.