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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...

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 do you rate your existing windows?

1st March 2017

We are all constantly being encouraged to do our ‘bit’ for the environment and are accustomed to the energy efficiency labels that are on all the white appliances that we buy, as these indicate the extent to which the product we are purchasing is energy efficient, and therefore how environmentally friendly it is. With this...

Heritage Windows Don't Mean Sacrificing Modern Benefits

2nd February 2017

Sourcing sufficient replacement windows is easier for some homeowners more so than others. Those living in a period residence or property situated within a conservation area often find it difficult trying to find a window design that offers near identical styling to retain the traditional character of their house and satisfy the local planning authority....

Why spending more on a timber front door is worthwhile to prevent problems in the future

1st January 2017

It is well worth property owners in England who are looking to replace their old wooden door or who decide they would like a new timber front door, carefully researching the wooden door before they order it. This is because the vast majority of timber front doors are prone to twisting and warping, so it...

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