It is so common to have double glazing in a home that many people forget what a useful function it serves. If you are buying a home without double or triple glazing, then you will need to take a lot of care when it comes to providing yourself with the best form of glazing for your new home. Continue reading
One of the fastest growing trends in UK home improvement is the use of composite doors and windows. These have become very popular among homeowners who simply want to improve their property without having to invest in building work or extensions to the property. Continue reading
When you want to sell your property, one of the most important changes that you can make is to the doors in the property. There are two sorts of doors which can be changed, exterior and interior, and you may decide that only one needs to be changed, Continue reading
Home improvement has become a popular pastime in recent years, with more and more people trying to take advantage of property booms to sell their houses, or buying cheap homes in order to redevelop them to make a profit. Continue reading
Windows have been fitted with glass, known as ‘glazing’, for more than two centuries, and modern advances in glass manufacturing and fitting means that windows are now more professionally glazed than ever before. Continue reading
The history of conservatories in England really begins in the seventeenth century. They were mostly stone buildings with slightly more glass in them than usual. Continue reading
One of the reasons people choose a conservatory is to let in as much light as possible to create that inside outside feeling. That is why the type of conservatory windows you have is so important. You of course want to let the light in, but what you don’t want is to let the heat out either.
It is not surprising that uPVC windows are so popular in the UK. There are several reasons why homeowners choose them so frequently.
These are the three main reasons people choose this type of window:
Today we see the third stage of the tour de France coming to Essex, the stage starts in Cambridge with the route snaking through Essex and then on to London for the finish. It looks like the weather will be fine and dry and so hydration will be of paramount importance for both cyclists and spectators alike!