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composite doors vs upvc doors
Your front door not only counts for so much of your home’s unique character but, most importantly, is at the frontline of keeping you and your loved ones safe. It’s your family’s face to the neighbourhood and ought to exude warmth and invitation to the guests you welcome, whilst also being reliable, robust, and endurable enough to barricade your property from potential intruders.  And so picking the best kind of...
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Conservatories and orangeries are some of the most popular and financially fruitful home renovation projects that are available to homeowners.  Not only do they add market value to your home, both conservatories and orangeries bring in a wealth of sunlight and provide a unique space that enables communion with nature. Adding an orangery or conservatory to your home can increase the value of your house, and is a quicker way...
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how to prevent condensation on windows
As vexing as condensation can be, it’s the most common form of dampness that can threaten the condition of people’s homes. We are all familiar with the anxieties that appear when we start to notice a build-up of condensation; that mould will foster, paint discolour, or wallpaper ripple.  And the British winter does us no favours with the unhelpful temptation to close windows and doors against the cold snap. But...
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how to adjust uPVC windows
Learn how to adjust uPVC windows. The great news is that once installed, the popular uPVC window design usually requires very little adjustment, thanks to the consistently high-quality materials that they’re made with.  This style of window is typically top-hung, where hinges are installed that enables the window to open up and outward from the frame.  This top-hung fashion is popular for many reasons, one no doubt being that it...
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UPVC Maintenance Guide windows and doors
UPVC windows and doors are beloved by industry professionals for their performance and durability, just as much as they are a favourite amongst customers eager for a bargain, thanks to their affordability and low maintenance. Follow this UPVC maintenance guide for your uPVC windows and doors to remain in exceptional condition for years to come.  What is UPVC?  The acronym stands for ‘unplasticised polyvinyl chloride’, which is a robust form...
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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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In the realm of luxury home improvements, the bespoke garden room is soaring in popularity amongst British homeowners. These beautifully crafted structures do wonders in elevating a whole garden. They are warm, comfortable, and private; offering all the benefits of a traditional extension with more than a little unique charm. Garden rooms invite sunlight and nature into your newly expanded living space as well as conveniently bolster the overall market...
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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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