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Why blown double glazed sealed units need replacing

15th September 2019

If and when condensation forms on double or triple glazing it tends to only form in 1 of  3 locations. Firstly, either, 1) on the inside of the inside glass pane, or 2) in-between the 2 glass panes or 3) on the outside of the outside glass pane (the latter tends to appear centrally with...

Our September Prize Draw

3rd September 2019

Hazlemere have some exciting plans lined up as we prepare to announce our greatly anticipated new product range.  Whilst all the details of the new line are still under wraps, we have decided to begin the celebrations of our new launch with a prize draw fit for a king. At Hazelmere we truly believe that...

Hazlemere is Giving Back

1st September 2019

Hazlemere are always happy to raise money for charity and we are pleased to announce our next fundraising plans. Donating to charity is a great way to help those in need whilst also giving us the chance to further connect with our local communities. We are lucky to have the ongoing success that Hazelmere has...

How to obtain a replacement FENSA certificate

1st August 2019

When buying or selling a property that has had replacement windows or doors installed since July 2002, you will need to provide the seller or purchaser with a FENSA certificate. Not having this important legal document can hold up the sale of the property, so do please make sure that if you have had (or...

Why fit a composite front door rather than an aluminium door, timber front door or PVCU door?

1st July 2019

There has to be a reason surely why more and more UK property owners opt for a composite front door over a replacement timber door, PVCU door or even an aluminium front door. No one disputes that real timber looks great when first fitted, but it is rather expensive and being wood can warp and...

The truth about Neighbours Consent when planning a home extension

13th June 2019

Under Permitted Development Rights in England, a home owner cannot usually extend a property further from its original rear wall more than 4 metres on detached properties, and 3 metres on all other properties. Recently, the Government announced that the temporary laws that allowed property owners to extend up to 8 metres on detached houses,...

A+ Energy Rated Windows The Way Forwards

1st June 2019

With 2020 approaching fast, and energy bills growing ever larger as a proportion of income and household budget, it is now more important than ever that homeowners here in the UK replace their inefficient windows and doors with thermally efficient ones. That said, to ensure a property enjoys the full benefit from an investment in...

Its not only about Location, Location, Location, but also Ventilation, Ventilation, Ventilation

1st May 2019

It is genuinely not only about Location, Location, Location, but also about Ventilation, Ventilation, Ventilation, particularly if you have a single storey extension with roof lantern, a conservatory or have been in a glass extension or indeed a room with inadequate ventilation on a hot sunny day, as you will have first-hand knowledge of how vital...

High or Low Maintenance Replacement Roofline - Your Choice

1st April 2019

Wooden cladding despite its many drawbacks, surprisingly still remains an option for some UK property owners when it comes to replacing their existing rotten wooden cladding, fascias and soffits, but like with all choices relating to protecting your dwelling, there are pros and cons. Selecting wood as a building material can lead to a variety...

What Suits You Most, a Composite or UPVC Door?

27th March 2019

The front door is an important part of any home. It provides protection and welcomes you after the busy workday. Your front door is the first element of your home that greets guests and the right front door can leave a lasting impression. The front of your beloved home should reflect your household and represent...

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