59 days ago

Window door repairs

Karl from rejuvenate fixations

DRAUGHTY WINDOWS AND DOORS

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We can fix draughty windows and doors that don’t seal properly.
This time of year it’s important to seal out the cold air from outside to maintain the heat inside our homes, we are offering with every window stay replacement WE WILL REPLACE THE SEALS FOR FREE!! We comply with the healthy homes agreement. Warmer dryer homes 🌞

We also do all window door maintenance, sliding door wheels, locks, hinges and handles. check to eliminate draughty windows, look at the top of the window, if you can fit a card (one of our business cards work best😉) or just a eftpos card this could mean that the stays that holds the window in is not sealing properly, and handles are pulling the window in tightly, We want to help😀, get in on this deal..

For a free quote
Email: rejunenationfixations@gmail
Ph Karl 02102738337
Www.replenishme.co.nz

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