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Is your letterbox causing problems?

5th February 2019

You may not have put much thought into the placement of your letterbox. For many of us our letterbox is a means of receiving post and beyond that does not hold large significance in our minds. You may be interested to learn that for some postal delivery workers your letterbox can be a bit of...

What is FENSA?

1st February 2019

FENSA is a government authorised Competent Person Scheme for the replacement of windows, doors, roof windows and roof lights in England and Wales that ensures replacement windows and doors supplied and fitted comply with the relevant Building Regulations, enforced by regular spot checks and suspensions for any not immediately rectified non-compliance.  What a FENSA Certificate...

Self-Cleaning Conservatory Roof Glass, Reality or Fiction?

1st October 2018

Self-cleaning glass was once described as “an impossible dream”, but thanks to an intensive research and development programme many years ago by the World’s leading glass manufacturer, Pilkington, self-cleaning glass is not fiction, but a reality, although not a miracle cure, but it can even over time (with a little precipitation to assist) make bird...

The Truth About Condensation in Homes and Whether or Not Replacement Double Glazing Eradicates it

1st September 2018

Have you started noticing condensation on your double glazed windows?  Double glazing condensation can occur the outside pane of glass or elsewhere on the window.  Naturally this can be alarming, particularly if the windows or doors are new, but it is not necessarily something to be concerned about. There are many factors causing condensation but...

Why it is important a replacement front door enhances rather than blights a property

1st August 2018

An investment in a replacement front door should enhance the aesthetics, thermal efficiency and security of a property, and by doing so will increase the property’s appeal and value, so in order to do so it is sensible to choose the materials, door type, door design, door furniture, colours and door installer with this in...

Hazlemere now has even more secure doors

6th July 2018

We know that industry technology and product development is in constant change, that’s why at Hazlemere Windows we are always looking to keep ahead of the game. We are conscious that security is of huge importance to our customers when purchasing new doors and windows and we are proud to be using, as standard, the...

Aluminium Fenestration - Environmentally Friendly Home Improvement Products

1st March 2018

Whether it be your Carbon Footprint, Global Warming, or the recent focus on Plastic Filled Oceans, it’s hard to escape the news that our choices as consumers affect the world that we live in. We’re now beginning to make a concerted effort to ensure that the detrimental impacts our human habits have on the planet...

Show Your Home Some Love With Our Replacement Doors

19th February 2018

Did you treat your loved one to a gift or two on Valentine’s Day last week? We most certainly hope so and you should continue to express the adoration you have for your partner, just like you should constantly demonstrate the fondness you have for your property. How exactly do you do this? By making...

Composite vs UPVC

13th February 2018

Because it’s such a focal point of your property and meant to offer enduring resilience, you need to get your decision making exactly right when buying a new front door. Householders have never been so swamped with choice in terms of the breadth of replacement external door designs there are available nowadays; a market that’s...

Why fitting new thermally broken double glazing to homes is a no brainer

1st February 2018

With energy prices at an all-time high and set to constantly rise ever higher, even one bed flat owners in the UK will benefit from having thermally broken “A+” rated or even “A**” energy efficient windows installed, especially when done in conjunction with draught proof, thermally efficient doors. The vast majority of 1st and 2nd...

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