Window beading

Discussion in 'Builders' Talk' started by WDWGunner25, May 16, 2020.

  1. WDWGunner25

    WDWGunner25 Member

    Afternoon all,

    So just found out that the beading in our conservatory is inaccessible normally due to it basically being buried behind plasterboard etc (pic attached) can I guess this is going to mean we would have to remove the plasterboard to access it, If the window needed to be replaced? We didn’t put in the conservatory and only just noticed it. A builder came over recently and said ‘God help you’ however we aren’t sure how much we trust him - we know it’s a job and a half, but he seemed to catastrophise quite a lot.

    I would add the exposed parts and the crack are from where the previous owners attached things with no more nails.


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  2. Abrickie

    Abrickie Screwfix Select

    No, you can just cut the fixings externally to remove the frame ;)
  3. stevie22

    stevie22 Screwfix Select

    Windows not broken: why worry about something you don't need to?
  4. WDWGunner25

    WDWGunner25 Member

    Not worrying at all, but I’m trying to learn stuff etc as I go so just interested to know for future reference that’s all :)
  5. ginger tuffs

    ginger tuffs Screwfix Select

    just cut back plaster and place plastic trim on the angle so you can get at bead in future

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