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    COP26 – Striving for a Greener Future

    Colder winters & rising energy costs – what’s your pledge? We’ve been hearing from the world’s leaders outlining their climate commitments to a global audience at Glasgow’s COP26 global climate summit. They’ve pledged to accelerate action and, somewhere down the line, we’re all expected to see how we must fit in with their agenda for […]

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    Safety Screens & Social Distancing – The New Work Normal

    Businesses in England are beginning to get back to work. However, safety screens, hand sanitiser and one-way-systems are the new normal for keeping workers and the general public safe. Many businesses around the country are happily throwing open their doors to employees and customers alike. Factories, offices and some shops have been operating since mid-June. […]

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    Integral Blinds Provide Light & Shade

    Integral blinds are the perfect solution if you have a room which you avoid using on a sunny day. Windows with built in blinds allow you to control the amount of light so that it’s just right for you. Rooms such as south-facing lounges, conservatories and Orangeries can experience too much light at certain times […]

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    Top Tips To Stop Mould Around Windows

    Top Tips To Stop Mould Around Windows Many homes, particularly older homes, are prone to getting mould around windows. This can cause damage to window frames, especially timber ones, and cause health problems. Whilst the mould certainly doesn’t look nice, it’s not the biggest problem. Living with mould in your house can lead to health […]

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    Why Does Double Glazing Get Condensation On The Inside?

    Why Does Double Glazing Look Misty? Double glazing units are formed by two panes of glass with a gap between them. Depending on the rating of your double glazing, air or gas is trapped between the two panes and sealed in to create an insulating barrier.  It’s only when this seal fails that condensation can […]

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    Orangery or Conservatory?

    If you are looking to upgrade your home or need extra space. You may be deliberating between a conservatory or an orangery. So, what is the difference between the two? Both an Orangery & Conservatory have similarities in their construction. As they are both built on a solid concrete foundation and will usually incorporate some form […]

  • Why You Should Include Mirror in Your Kitchen (and how to use it)

    Incorporating a carefully chosen mirror into your kitchen is a clever design move. As well as injecting a touch of glamour, a mirror brings other benefits too. The reflective surface bounces light back across a room, boosting brightness and adding a sense of depth. It’s also a simple but highly effective way to make your […]

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    How do you Fix a Draughty Door?

    Do you find that you just can’t keep your house warm? Although windows and wall insulation are often the obvious culprits, we’ve also seen a lot of problems caused by a draughty door. In this article we’ll look at some of the causes of draughty doors, and what you can do to fix these issues. […]

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    Four Tips To Make Your Home Ready For Winter

    The nights are beginning to draw in, and there is a definite chill in the air. With unpleasant memories of last year’s energy bills lingering, what can you do to ensure that your house is as snug, cosy and energy efficient as possible ready for winter? Here are a few essential tips for householders: Tip […]

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    Make The Most Of Your Conservatory – All Year Round

    Millions of people in the United Kingdom currently have conservatories installed in their homes. However, the problem is that most people will make the mistake of thinking that a conservatory can only be enjoyed during the summer. This is most definitely not the case. There are so many different things that you can do in […]