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Home Living : November 18th 2008
2 HLC - HOME LIVING: CENTRAL, Tuesday, November 18, 2008 Glass is no longer a pane Use gloves to remove broken glass. Smooth the putty. Replacing broken glass in a window pane is relatively easy, but extreme care is needed to safeguard against injury and to make sure the job is completed correctly. Use a chisel to remove the old putty or beading from the window frame. Also remove all broken pieces of glass. Wear protective gloves. Use pliers to pull out the old glazing sprigs from the frame. Then measure the frame to work out the exact size of the new glass. Have the piece of glass cut 2mm-3mm smaller than the internal dimensions of the window frame to allow for expansion and contraction. You can do this yourself with a hand-held glass cutter. But because this can be dangerous, we recommend that you take the glass to a glazier or hardware shop and have it cut for you. Squeeze a thin layer of putty into the corners of the frame. Position the glass in the frame, pressing it firmly (but not too hard) into position. Tap in the new glazing sprigs every 200mm to 300mm to hold the glass in place. Add new putty around the edges of the glass. The putty should be smoothed so that it is neat, tidy and level. Trim excess putty around the edges and leave it to harden. Details: Visit www.renobrothers.com.au or email firstname.lastname@example.org HOMELIVING built-in WARDROBES Lifetime Warranty Free Measure & Quote Custom Design Built-in Wardrobes Renovation of existing Wardrobes Sliding Mirror doors in a variety of colour frames Hinged or sliding Federation Doors FACTORY & SHOWROOM Unit 1, 183-185 McCredie Rd, Guildford 9632 5444 Lic. No, 160400C www.waratahwardrobes.com.au 2157200i hlc wk1 ALUMINIUM WINDOWS & SLIDING DOORS BETA - VIEW BETA - VIEW 900x900 (3'x3') $138 1200 x 1500 (4' x 5') $202 1200 x 1800 (4' x 6') $224 1200 x 2400 (4' x 8') $328 web: www.betaview.com.au - email: email@example.com PRICES FOR WINDOW ONLY & INCLUDE GST AVAILABLE IN BROWN, WHITE, HAWTHORN GREEN, PALE EUCALYPT, STONE BEIGE, CLEAR ANO, PRIMROSE FREE QUOTES FOR SUPPLY & INSTALL Unit 6, 9 Kurrajong Rd, St Marys Master Lic No 408872083 Lic 84933c 2028726i hls wk34 Ph:9623 5611 F:9623 5091 ABN 14 070 225 197 GLASS CUT TO SIZE OPEN SAT cumberlandnewspapers.com.au Advertise your water saving product or service in Water Wise, published weekly in Home Living. For details of how we can introduce your business to over 1.8 million* prospective customers. phone 9689 5395 bewaterwise *Roy Morgan Readership Survey, September 2006 Metropolitan Built-in Wardrobes Pty Ltd FREE MEASURE & QUOTE SHOWROOM OPEN 6 DAYS Mon- Fri 8.30am - 4.30pm Sat 8.30am - 1pm T: 9763 5899, F: 9763 5877 www.metropolitanwardrobes.com.au Unit 6, 1-15 Wentworth Rd Nth, Homebush (off Bellona Ave) 15 YEARS GUARANTEED 2186337i hln wk42 cumberlandnewspapers.com.au 2189101 Inspiration, innovative products and practical solutions Each week Home Living provides you with the latest in renovation, interior decorating and design Introduce your business to over 1.8 million* prospective customers. phone 9689 5395 *Roy Morgan Readership Survey, September 2006
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