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Discussion in 'Other Trades Talk' started by wild man, Apr 27, 2005.

  1. panlid

    panlid New Member

    bog standard, like i say it must be 80% that have them so that'll be one with recessed bits wouldn't it? so 2 cuts aint never gonna happen.

    roj that was where i started going with my point last night but he went off on one!

    here in n/w every company uses the cill spelling.

    dont know if diff. down south but here it has always been cill.
     
  2. Rojjie

    Rojjie New Member


    dont know if diff. down south but here it has always
    been cill.

    nope, in all my days, man and boy, and all that it's always been a cill down here.
    But Handycapped lives in another world so there it may well be sill
     
  3. Mr. Handyandy

    Mr. Handyandy Screwfix Select

    I can't believe you two rosie and sid.

    I have quoted you from two different dictionaries on the spelling of sill, and you still have to disagree.

    That makes you ignorant.

    80% of the windows I took out did NOT have recessed sills.

    That's not my fault. That's the way they were built. Is it no wonder that I think that's 'normal' ?

    You just can't take a beating, never lay down. You hate to be told what you should know.

    Not one thing you have picked me up on, have you justified to be incorrect.

    So how come your brains can't overcome the mental block, which says Handyandy must be wrong. It's you that's wrong.

    Disputing a dictionary, that's the tickler, hahahaha.

    ''nkers.

    "But Handycapped lives in another world so there it may well be sill"

    It's in the fkin dictionary

    ''nkers

    I'm still sitting all chuffed hahahaha


    Handyandy - really
     
  4. panlid

    panlid New Member

    If the window is the original window as fitted when built, sid, you will find that the sill does not extend into the brickwork numbnut.

    remember that one!!!

    80% of the windows I took out did NOT have recessed sills.

    That's not my fault. That's the way they were built. Is it no wonder that I think that's 'normal' ?


    not arguing what is normal!

    im arguing that you have clearly stated i am a numbnuts because as you say the cill on an original window fitted when built does not go into brickwork..
    its there at the top of this post.. look at it.

    what about the other 20% of windows you took out?
     
  5. panlid

    panlid New Member

    andy as i said i am not going to argue all night with you as it is pointless.

    but as you want the last word i will leave it open for you!!

    are you ready???

    get set!!!!!

    GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  6. Mr. Handyandy

    Mr. Handyandy Screwfix Select

    If the window is the original window as fitted
    when built, sid, you will find that the sill does not
    extend into the brickwork numbnut.


    remember that one!!!

    I remember that one. If you watch a building going up the builders build up the window -with no frame in- so why on earth would they want to put recessed sills in afterwards ?(you will argue that this is not normal)

    80% of the windows I took out did NOT have
    recessed sills.

    That's not my fault. That's the way they were built.
    Is it no wonder that I think that's 'normal' ?


    not arguing what is normal!

    im arguing that you have clearly stated i am a
    numbnuts because as you say the cill on an original
    window fitted when built does not go into
    brickwork..
    its there at the top of this post.. look at it.

    what about the other 20% of windows you took out?

    Of the other windows I took out, I would guess that 10% had recessed sills, the other 10% would have some other arrangement(sat on tiled sills eg)


    And when I saw these sills I would think Oh fk. The sill is recessed(that means an extra cut)


    I do hope you are satisfied with my explanations(especially where I quoted from the dictionary-and I know it wasn't you)


    Ladidah






    Handyandy - really
     
  7. Rojjie

    Rojjie New Member

    80% of the windows I took out did NOT have recessed
    sills.

    That's not my fault. That's the way they were built.
    Is it no wonder that I think that's 'normal' ?



    Handycapped - really

    So what you're saying is 2 of the windows you've fitted didnt have horns and the other one did?
     
  8. Mr. Handyandy

    Mr. Handyandy Screwfix Select

  9. Rojjie

    Rojjie New Member

    to quote your own link,
    (also chiefly Building cill)
     
  10. BUTTING IN HERE....but thought it was

    WINDOW CILL.....tell me to fornicate off if i'm wrong :)
     
  11. panlid

    panlid New Member

    to quote your own link,
    (also chiefly Building cill)


    LMAO:D

    roj and m3, that spade of his is digging that hole even bigger.
     
  12. Mr. Handyandy

    Mr. Handyandy Screwfix Select

  13. Pieman

    Pieman New Member

  14. panlid

    panlid New Member

    andy. please tell me where i said the speeling with a 's' was wrong!
    i merely called it cill and not one did i pick you up on your spelling of it.
    i only pointed out that generally window companies use the spelling cill!

    again you go off on one.

    to be honest with you my main gripe was that you called me nimbnut and ignorant for saying windows of a changeable age( and notice the term andy, not new build or built in last 20 years) had the horns set into brickwork which most do.

    now you say 80% of windows you did didnt have this scenario. i simple ask you why you changed so many windows which werent old. which then leads me to think you musnt of changed many windows. i can honestly say that over 80% of the windows i have done do have horns going into brickwork.
    if you say otherwise i guess i will beleive you as you have no reason to lie.
    i can only go of my expierience as indeed you can too.

    good discussion though:D
     
  15. panlid

    panlid New Member

    sorry forgot to say, its only good because you are giving the HA fan club more ammo.

    carry on dic**pit!!!!
     
  16. Mr. Handyandy

    Mr. Handyandy Screwfix Select

    > andy. please tell me where i said the speeling with a
    i merely called it cill and not one did i pick you up
    on your spelling of it.
    i only pointed out that generally window companies
    use the spelling cill!

    again you go off on one.[/i]

    On page 6 in a reply to you sid I said,
    "I do hope you are satisfied with my explanations(especially where I quoted from the dictionary-and I know it wasn't you)








    > to be honest with you my main gripe was that you
    called me nimbnut and ignorant for saying windows of
    a changeable age( and notice the term andy,
    not new build or built in last 20 years) had the
    horns set into brickwork which most do.



    No-one ever mentioned 'changeable age' before, so why now ?

    > now you say 80% of windows you did didnt have this
    scenario. i simple ask you why you changed so many
    windows which werent old. which then leads me to
    think you musnt of changed many windows. i can
    honestly say that over 80% of the windows i have done
    do have horns going into brickwork.
    if you say otherwise i guess i will beleive you as
    you have no reason to lie.
    i can only go of my expierience as indeed you can
    too.



    The windows I changed were ex-council house type and yes, they weren't that old. You could probably say that it was those that made up the 80% that were not recessed.

    good discussion though:D


    Discussion ? Snipe more like. Still think I am untarnished. Especially over the sill/cill bit.
    It's in the books that the english language is
    all about. (and I know it wasn't you)
    :)



    Fancy Rojie not knowing that cill is spelt S-I-L-L


    Rojie(oh I can't be bothered)


    Handyandy - really
     
  17. panlid

    panlid New Member

    im assuming by the way that most frames of a replacement age have horns on the head and cill and require cutting.(just a bit of knowledge from EXPIERENCE)
    page 2
    ok you got me!
    i said replacement age not changeable though i didnt think you would be bothered by this small discrepency.
    you know... horns/ recessed!!!!!

    yes i agree about council houses. i did a prior to paint contract changing probably 600 frames on 20 year old houses and they were all actually flush cills, though i am not going to get into an argument about the quantity of council houses to private dwellings.
    the standard 3 bed semi post and pre war are/were recessed horn typed cills.
     
  18. Gusset

    Gusset New Member

    This argument is getting quite cilly.
    More! More!
     
  19. Mr. Handyandy

    Mr. Handyandy Screwfix Select

    So if I say Sid is a cilly sunt, it quite right. :):D :^O



    Handyandy - really
     
  20. panlid

    panlid New Member

    well done andy you never change.
    my last post had some valid points which you choose to ignore again, like every point that doesnt suit your agenda.
     

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