We are considering having the windows in the house replaced by UPVCv windows. We need to consider the installation of nets around the bay as the front rooms are over looked from the street. Normally this is done by stretching a wire around the outside of the bay at present( we have wooden windows) and the net is on the wire and hooked into the curve places. Now from experience, I realise the UPVc is not made for screwing into with curtain hooks. So can you recommend a solution? I have used those stick on ones in the past but either the wirejunps out as the curve of the hook will not hold the wire, or the dam things come unstuck under sideways pull. Similarly with the main curtains At present, they are mounted on a wooden protrusion which carries the curtain rod and the 2 curtains are drawn from the side, around the curve to join in the middle. For this si might be able to mount a board upon the wall above the new windows and mounts fitting on that if long enough. So good folks you opinions and views please..Ps the wife does not like blinds on the front as to get the light they need to be up and that means people I the street ca look directly inside the front room and the front bedroom from across the street. Thank you in anticipation.