NO - if your windows are damaged in anyway you should not accept. Plus if there is a lot of damage to the foil it sounds like the
PVC bar lengths where worked on before the foil was 100% dry.
Once the foil is fully dryed to the PVC it is very tough and does not damage that easy.
But if the damage is only on the edges that will be hidden behind the plaster it won't make a difference.
But going by the sound of your question it seems like these chips are quite visible. Look at it this way would you accept a brand new TV with a scratch in the middle of the screen. No one would, well you have the same rights with windows.
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