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Save Yourself The Hassle, Invest in Composite Door Not Timber

18th September 2017

Are you considering purchasing a timber front door? Find out why it may save you a lot of time and hassle by purchasing a composite door instead. Did you know timber doors require maintenance. This includes taking the door off its hinges and stripping the paint off. Even if you don’t want to remove all...

Do I Need Planning Permission For An Orangery?

23rd August 2017

Planning permission may never have crossed your mind if you are thinking about integrating an orangery into your home. This is why it’s important not to get too far ahead of yourself as there is the possibility that any potential orangery installation will require planning permission before the building can be erected and added onto...

The Perks Of Having Bi-Folding Doors

15th August 2017

A growing favourite with householders in terms of home improvement products are bi-folding doors. People adore how stunning they are on the eyes and the unique way that they open and close – similar to a concertina. If you were to have a set of them fitted at your home they would no doubt be...

Is Triple Glazing Better Than Double Glazing?

1st August 2017

A better question is which of these two very different options is the better product for you and your property? Nowadays, although they do cost more, triple glazed UPVC windows, residential doors and French doors are not massively more expensive than double glazed products, but nevertheless do cost a fair bit more. The extra up-front...

Revitalise Your Home With A Glass Extension

28th July 2017

Extending the home has become highly fashionable as more and more people in the UK find themselves being squeezed out of the housing market. Improving not moving is the trend. Some do it by converting a loft or garage to create more usable space, whilst others decide to have a conservatory or orangery fitted. At...

How to obtain a replacement FENSA Certificate

7th July 2017

UK home owners buying or selling a dwelling that has had replacement windows or doors installed to replace existing external windows and doors since 1st July 2002 will need to provide the seller or purchaser (or their sellers or purchasers Solicitors) with a FENSA certificate. Not so long ago these used to cost £20 each,...

Enjoy The Summer With Bi-Folding Doors

29th June 2017

Bi-folding doors are one of our hottest home improvements this summer if the number of people we have had enquiring about them is anything to go by. Residential homeowners adore them, architects ache after them and self-builders are captivated by them. Anyone would find it hard to deny that bi-folding doors are immensely beautiful and...

Top 5 Things To Consider Before You Buy Windows

23rd May 2017

Buying new windows for your home is something you will only usually do once in your lifetime so it makes sense to put some serious thought into it before handing over your hard-earned cash. There are at least five things you should think about ahead of commissioning your local window supplier to equip your home...

View Your New Conservatory Or Orangery Before You Buy

9th May 2017

Purchasing a home extension is a financially demanding investment, so getting the right conservatory or orangery for your home is imperative to ensure the money spent does not go to waste. But finding the perfect conservatory or orangery is only possible if you go and see the various possibilities in person. That’s why we would...

Why It Pays UK Property Owners Dividends to Opt For Technologically Advanced Replacement Windows

1st May 2017

We all know it makes sense to replace inefficient, outdated or inefficient existing windows, given the ever rising costs of electricity and gas, with the most affordable thermally efficient replacement windows in the UK marketplace. However, the upfront costs can be a reason to keep putting off improving your property’s aesthetics, living environment and keep...

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