With Winter rapidly on its way, many of us are packing up our Summer home projects and saving them for next year when the sun’s back out. So maybe during the Winter we can’t re-tile the roof, spend hours in the garden or get that wood project moving in the front garden, but that doesn’t mean we can’t continue to renovate the inside of our homes during the cold season.
We have accumulated 7 ways on how to revamp your home this Winter:
Technology is seeing advances every day and we’re not just talking about mobiles and computers – we’re talking about windows.
With all the science, research and products around these days, it can be overwhelming to choose what windows are best for you. When making an investment that big, you want to ensure that you are getting the best deal but end up with a final product that is best for you and your needs.
At Crystal Clear we have compiled a simple list of what we think should be on your check list to consider before going out and making the purchase.
In the world of windows, we are truly spoilt for choice. Have you even ever heard of a Hybrid
Window? To put it simply, a Hybrid Window is similar to a double glazed one except the inner and outer frames are made from different materials. It is very popular for coloured window frames due to the material it is made out of.
We have accumulated some FAQ’s and answers to help you decide whether a Hybrid Window is best for you or not.
Noise pollution is a real problem for many homeowners with noisy neighbours, nightlife and the biggest bugbear, busy roads. Particularly if you are raising a young family or working during unsocial hours, getting proper rest without the worry of noise is paramount.
Thanks to advances with technology, getting access to noise-cancelling windows is very affordable and makes all the difference. Take a look here to find out how double glazing can be a solution for your noisy home and other ways to keep the noise out.
Given the constant changes in the great British weather, it’s not surprising that many have turned a blind eye to conservatories. Cold in the winter months and oven-like in the summer are common preconceptions leading to a decline in interest from many. Or so was the case.
Sophisticated designs and improved materials over the past few years have boosted their popularity. In fact, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors suggest the addition can boost the value of your home by 5%. According to Savills it could even be as much as 10%.
If you’re still not convinced, take a look below and find out how you could benefit from a conservatory all year round.
We all know the saying, “you don’t get a second chance to make a good first impression”. And when it comes to your home, the same adage holds true.
Whether you’re looking to sell up and move on or simply give your home a refresh, you mustn’t forget the importance of kerb appeal.
In fact, many will associate the condition of the exterior and surrounding landscape with the condition of its interiors. As such, potential buyers are likely to make a decision about the property before walking through the door.
So what should you consider in order to successfully revive the front of your property? Find out our top tips below:
Upgrading your windows to Double Glazing can have a significant impact on both the aesthetics and daily operations of your home.
From safety features to thermal performance there is a range of features to ensure your investment in Double Glazing is on that is worthwhile.
Find out how Double Glazing could benefit you and your household below:
As the saying goes; first impressions count. And, as we have recently found out, this apparently doesn’t just apply to you individually. In fact, the exterior of your home can say a lot about the people living inside.
Dulux Weathershield have recently completed research that revealed Brits make an assumption about a person in just 10 seconds after seeing their front door.
It seems that we really are a nation who judges a book by its cover. Find out what the colour of your front door supposedly says about you below:
Despite the promise, and the no-show, of snow just a couple of weeks ago the weather seems to only be getting colder.
So, if you haven’t already now is a good time to take a look around your home and make sure you’re prepared and comfortable for the long Winter nights.
This month we’ve compiled a few of our top tips to help ensure your home is both warm and energy efficient with easy fixes and long term investments.
Have a read below:
Choosing the right material for your front door can often be a tricky decision; especially when you’re a little inexperienced about what is on offer.
A traditional timber finish is a much sought after appearance for many residential properties. However, they are often expensive and generally require more maintenance. uPVC is certainly the cheaper option but can be seen as less secure and not quite as visually appealing.
Composite doors however, offer the best of both worlds and are, in our eyes, the clear winner. Let us explain to you in a bit more detail: