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    frank, wellington

    Hi, can you please explain why the wood should be stacked 20-30 ft away from the house? We have limited space so it is stacked against the house … is it a fire risk?

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      Tracey Mackenzie

      Hi Frank

      I think this is to allow some air to circulate to help keep the wood dry as well as reducing any likelihood of fire hazards. If you have limited space I’d recommend you do your best to allow some kind of gap/area for air to circulate.

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    Alex

    How much do double glazed windows cost compared to normal windows?

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      Tracey Mackenzie

      Hi Alex

      It’s best if you post a job on Builderscrack and ask for some prices. It really depends on the unique set of needs your home has. The savings in heating and warmth in your house are other factors to consider when comparing prices also.

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