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Window treatments and finishes are covers or modifications you can make to your windows to enhance the performance of your windows or improve the aesthetic in your room. Types of window treatment and window treatment ideas Hard window treatments: internal and external window finishes made from wood, plastic, or vinyl such as shades, blinds and shutters are called hard window treatments. These types of window treatments can be used as...
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How to take care of your conservatory Whether you’ve had your conservatory for a number of years, or you’re interested in building a conservatory and looking for tips on conservatory maintenance, our conservatory cleaning advice has you covered. From understanding how to clean conservatory roofing, guttering and windows, to keeping the inside spic-and-span, learn more from our guide today. Conservatory cleaning Ensuring that your conservatory is kept clean and tidy,...
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A garden room extension is deemed as a semi-glazed building with a tiled roof rather than glass – and is also known as Sunroom or Solarium. However, conservatories, orangeries and pool-houses all constitute as garden room extensions – but are built using varying features which make them unique to garden rooms. How to furnish a garden room Garden room extensions can provide living spaces for a variety of room options,...
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Interested in purchasing flush casement windows? Find out all the information you need to know before making your purchase. Our detailed guide has you covered. What is a flush window? Flush windows, also known as flush casement windows, are characterised by their sleek window lines which fit flush into the window frame. These differ from stormproof windows, which overlap in the frame. Flush windows offer a simple and elegant look...
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Although your conservatory is predominantly built with glass walls (either windows or doors looking out on to your garden), decorating the inside of your conservatory can refer to the décor, the furniture you use, the flooring and carpet, and the colour scheme. Our guide puts together both large and small conservatory décor ideas – and provides inspiration for you on how to decorate your conservatory. Not only can you create...
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Interested in purchasing uPVC windows, but want to know a bit more information first? Our ultimate guide has you covered. From how to clean your uPVC windows to how much they cost, find out more now. What are uPVC windows? uPVC (unplasticised polyvinyl chloride) material is a form of plastic, also known as rigid PVC due to its hard and sturdy nature. Because of this, uPVC is proven to be...
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While it’s not possible to put an exact figure on how much value an extension can add to your property, Nationwide’s research – which looks at average three-bedroom houses – found that an extension can add up to 23% to the value of the property. This is dependent on what enhancements your extension has created for your home – for example, this research is based on an extension creating a...
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French doors are a pair of doors with glass planes extending for most of its length. They open outwards on a hinge and are primarily all glass. French doors are typically a light construction and can often also be referred to as French windows. So, why should you choose French doors for your next home renovation project? Benefits of French doors Installing a set of new doors into your home...
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When it comes to choosing a front door for your home, it can be a tricky decision. You want a door that not only has a warm and welcoming feel, but one that matches with the existing exterior of your house perfectly. Whether you prefer a more traditional feel to your home, or you’re looking to keep it contemporary with a modern twist, a composite door is the perfect choice....
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