We recently had replacement upvc windows fitted throughout the house, on two of the windows there is little reveal - window frame showing inside with just mm showing at the sides and the bottom, with not even the same width showing top, bottom or at the both sides. It looks odd, the fitter says it is because our walls ahd been re-plastered and it is out of wack, though it is the same plaster he measured during the survey. The fitter says we are being picky and the windows are normal. We also said that we would be tiling some cills, but we have been left with such a small amount of frame, we can't now do this. Throughout the house the reveals are of different widths, ranging from just a few mm to approx 9cm, this makes the windows look as if they are different styles and not having been fitted at the same time, again the fitter says this is normal, though we have had upvc windows fitted in previous houses and never had been windows looking like this. My dad is a carpenter and says he thinks they have been made to fit the outside messurement and not taken into account the inside measurements, therefore they are too big, hence little visible frame showing inside. Should we have expected a uniform look to all the windows, with similar amounts of frame on show on all the windows ? The fitter syas if this is what we wanted (uniform frame showing) that we should have asked for it ? Is this correct or are we being picky ? The opionion of a professional window fitter would be auch appreciated .