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If you live in a conservation area, you may not be able to replace your current timber windows with uPVC windows. Whether you want to give the windows an updated look or to get double or triple glazing fitted, replacing … Continue reading
If your home is looking a little tired and you reckon it’s time for a bit of DIY, you may want to consider giving your wooden doors and/or windows a fresh coat of paint. There’s a misconception that wooden doors … Continue reading
Wood is the greener and more durable option compared to uPVC. There are a number of advantages to choosing wood over uPVC for your windows and doors, such as its beautiful appearance and its greener and more hard-wearing nature. Wood can … Continue reading
Tired of rattly, draughty, single-glazed traditional sash windows, but casements won’t suit the style of your property and you don’t want to opt for PVC? Then solid wood, double-glazed sash windows could be the smart choice for your home.
You may never have really thought about replacing your windows; however, there are occasions when you need to consider the impacts of failing to do so. Well-maintained windows could last up to 20 years, yet will never last forever. So, … Continue reading
While opting to use one type of material and tone exclusively might be to your personal taste, the most popular and dynamic spaces make use of different materials that all complement each other aesthetically and bring balance to the room.
If your windows are in need of a replacement, it can be a little overwhelming choosing suitable styles and materials when there are so many options. Here are a few things to consider to ensure that you purchase the most … Continue reading
If you’ve recently purchased a listed property, you’ll probably already be familiar with the pitfalls of renovation. You’ll have spoken to your local conservation officer and have a clear picture of what you can and cannot do to your property. … Continue reading