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Best size and type of Gardiner Pole, 3 story velux etc


Cristian

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Hi folks, 

 

what would be the best size and type of Gardiner pole for Velux Windows on new 3 story houses, and doing 4 story flats and possibly low level solar panels on normal size houses.

 

 

cheers

 

Cristian 

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its hard to say with out looking at the jobs you have m8 but i find the best thing and easest would be to have to poles for glass wich is my set up 

 

slx 22/25 for standerd houses

 

super max 47/50 for high stuff 

 

as you can allways brake the pole down when needed i usly dont bother tho as my super max 47 is still lite enough  but if you get a high job you dont have to bugger aboutwith extions 

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I have a Xtreme 22 and add 2 slx sections onto the bottom of that to make around a 32ft pole which reaches veluxs on 3 floor houses but depends if land falls away etc so you may need a 35ft pole, I am only 5ft so just manage to get some of them with a reasonable amount of pressure on glass. 

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