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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...

Everything You Need To Know About UPVC

25th January 2018

There’s lot to think about when you are in the market for brand new replacement windows and doors – you need to decide on an appropriate window style, colour and frame material. On the topic of frame materials, one of the most common window and door frame materials found in the window and door ranges...

How To Put An End To Condensation

18th January 2018

One of the most common questions we receive from customers at this time of year is “How do I protect my windows from condensation?” Window condensation is a frequent problem in winter for some and the last thing you should do is ignore it as not only does it look unsightly, but it can also...

2017 Home Improvement Trends And What Might Come In 2018

18th December 2017

It’s fair to say that 2017 has been one of the most eventful years in recent memory and during the past 12 months, various new trends have been established in the home improvement field. The world of home improvements is forever evolving and we can say with much confidence that 2018 will see a whole...

Improve Your Home's Energy Efficiency With A+ Rated Windows

13th December 2017

The Window Energy Rating (WER) scheme offers consumers a clear way to understand the energy efficiency of windows, using an A to G ‘traffic light’ system. In 2015 A+ and A++ energy rated windows beat A-rated windows as the most energy efficient available under the WER scheme. Here at Hazlemere Windows, we are proud to...

The beauty of timber doors and the pitfalls

5th December 2017

On a period property or on a traditional country cottage a wooden door can lift the frontage of the property, elevating the first impression from ‘a nice home’ to ‘a beautiful property!’ However that isn’t to say that a wooden door is perfect or easy to maintain, there are some pitfalls which come with having...

Finding out before to avoid falling through the floor

1st December 2017

You may have come across media adverts from double glazing companies in which they claim that their product prices will be cheaper because they do not have to rent a showroom? Their products could well be cheaper, but it might be worth asking yourself why, as it may be not because they do not have a...

How To Weather Proof Your Home This Winter

14th November 2017

Even the world’s best mind reader would struggle to foresee what the weather will do over winter such is the unpredictability of the UK climate. It’s probably best not to be side-tracked by research conducted by the World Meteorological Organization that uncovered that 2017 is set to be one of the top three warmest years...

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