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Old 11-25-2013, 01:04 PM   #1
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I live in a standard mid terrace 2 bedroom house in Kettering and i need an A frame fitting in my roof. It seems one wasnt fitted when reroofed.

What sort of price should it be? I have been quoted 280 so far.

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Old 11-25-2013, 06:40 PM   #2
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Better description please, there's a difference in trade terms between UK and US.
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Hi,

I live in a standard mid terrace 2 bedroom house in Kettering and i need an A frame fitting in my roof. It seems one wasnt fitted when reroofed.

What sort of price should it be? I have been quoted 280 so far.

Matthew
A whole lot gets lost in the translation.
What's a mid terrace? An A frame in the US is a home that has no straight walls and is just rafters.
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No ones going to be quoting prices here. You would need to get three local quotes for that.
Posting a picture of the home would help clear things up.
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