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Gary D

Building a house in Bataan

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31 minutes ago, hk blues said:

We pondered this as well and decided to go without.  Unless you are going to install ones that can be swung open quickly  in event of fire you are taking a risk, and it makes washing windows and painting the frames a more challenging task as well.  Our street is about 50/50 so I'm not the only one - if I were we would probably have installed them.   

More than 50% of the houses in our street the idea of a window is a hole in the wall, a bit rural here.

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Well couldn't put it off any longer, all moved in.

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Looks like a GREAT place to hunker down during the pandemic. :thumbsup:

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That looks really nice GaryD!

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A lovely place Garry D, lovely place, with all this lock down the Virus has caused I have put a stop on any more building but we are still making the hollow blocks for the compound walls, we don't have to rush and the exchange rate is very poor at the moment. 

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