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Old Posted: 31-07-2009 , 09:56 PM #1
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I would like to know if anyone knows of a discount/retailers in the Dublin area who do double glazed patio doors cheaply.
I have to go easy on the coins now.
we all do suppose!
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Old Posted: 01-08-2009 , 06:19 AM #2
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B&q Wicks Very Good Prices
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Old Posted: 01-08-2009 , 03:55 PM #3
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B&Q offers over 60's a discount card, they can get 10% off every wednesday on their purchases.
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Old Posted: 01-08-2009 , 04:19 PM #4
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The over 60s dont even have to buy the item they just have to be there when you do, its a bit grab a granny
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Old Posted: 01-08-2009 , 08:09 PM #5
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exactly lol I'm still trying to grab a granny tho for it lol I think I'll just have to go in on a wednesday & ramble around until I see one in there & ask very very nicely haha
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Old Posted: 02-08-2009 , 11:50 AM #6
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hi minnie pal, I think my mam has one to take away, Im not sure of the size and the track it goes is would be all thats needed.
If you want pm me your measurements and Ill get my dad to measure it.
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Old Posted: 02-08-2009 , 12:45 PM #7
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OOH that would be great cathy. I will measure up too here, i suppose you measure from concrete side to bottom of floor, but i donno, will ask my neighbour.

I believe this sitting room does get alot of water in! my neighbours are flooded in winter, well a wee bit.
My doors are ROTTEN and warped.
shall measure when i get my neighbour so that everyone knows the space.
thanks will get back to you. Hold on to them doors please! neighbour seems to have gone on a sunday walk-a-bout.
Pm if you wish.
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Old Posted: 02-08-2009 , 01:15 PM #8
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he minnie pal, i am just wondering why not do like we do down here go to your local window/door maker and ask him does he have any doors that were made for a job and were the wrong size
now if you have your sizes with you you will end up getting it a lot cheaper than if you had to order 1 as its now considered second hand
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Old Posted: 02-08-2009 , 09:00 PM #9
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Thanks for answering ye three!
Cathy, I look forward to hearing from you soon and also a chap from this site too, contacted about doors too.
I will also take up the suggestion of finding a retailer who has 'odd' doors lying around!
thanks for pulling out all the stops. This is keeping my spirits up as they have flagged and dipped a bit recently, as its all exhausing and seems to go on forever.
I LOVE this site!!!
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Old Posted: 03-08-2009 , 11:20 AM #10
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Patio door size is as follows 6ft 9in high and 5ft 1in wide.

He measured up as i locked myself out and he had to jump the wall!!!
We were both in jammies!
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Old Posted: 04-09-2009 , 12:16 AM #11
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this is an urgency now, anyone around who can help me!!!
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Old Posted: 05-09-2009 , 08:59 PM #12
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If Munster Joinery are still around they were always really good value and Irish manufactured as well.
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Old Posted: 05-09-2009 , 09:09 PM #13
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Hi Minnie...


There is a FREE to advertise in booklet called Local Trader... it comes out every tuesday for friday... and costs 2.50 to buy... its a great book and has a wide following... and you can advertise anything ...cars , jobs, animals you name it... there is also a wanted section ....


All you have to is decide on what you are going to text, and text it before 12 o clock on a Monday morning... text to 087 7761302 or call / fax 041 6858333/ 6856888 or email localtrader@hotmail.com....

Dont give your home number only a mobile number!!!!


Its worth a try, especially as it wont cost you anything...

I have found some great things from here...



good luck

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Old Posted: 07-09-2009 , 06:27 AM #14
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Thank you 4Eyes and Summersun.
Yes i know that magazine and used to get it. Will get again tomorrow.
I have to get the patio doors as really tis an urgency now and i simply have to see as much of 'garden' as i can.
friend of twin is over from London and SO enthuasiastic is gonna help me get the garden together, 22 with two years as a horticulturalist where they did mega prestige gardens in a day 'sort of thing'
my ugly swingseat WILL HAVE TO GO!
I cannot see Buddha from my bed because of it.
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Old Posted: 07-09-2009 , 07:33 AM #15
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Munster joinery are still going strong, they cover the whole country. Could be worth ringing them, a big company like them could have loads of odd doors lying around.
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