The worst thing about estate agents, of course, is the fees they charge.
It is unlikely the new windows will match the old ones, and the issue of two types of glazing in one room seems a nonsense. BP, Bury St Edmunds Jeff replies This is a typically absurd result of the new Part L of the Building Regulations, which came into force on April Fool's Day.
All windows in new houses, and replacement windows in existing houses, are supposed to be double-glazed with low-emissivity ("low-E") glass.
Does "gf" stand for "gas-fired", or for "ground floor"?
And does "D/gge" mean a double garage, or a detached one?
The ceiling rose contains a sensor, and the battery-powered switch can be screwed or stuck to the wall in the usual position.