We’re delighted to bring you our Spring newsletter just before we all head off to relax and enjoy the long Easter weekend.
In this issue, we have included some useful hints and tips on easy maintenance to carry out on your home this season, recipes that use some lovely Spring vegetable and our latest composite door from Apeer.
With James Maggs joining our sales team, our newly refurbished showroom now being complete and some new products, we’ve had a busy start to 2019.
Without further ado, here is our Spring newsletter. Feel free to ask any questions and let us know what you think.
With all the uncertainties of how the economy is going to fair in the wake of Brexit it wouldn’t be surprising if either maintaining or increasing the value of your property was not foremost on your mind.
However, adding value doesn’t mean you need to break the bank. Sometimes it’s just a case of maintaining what you currently have or touching up areas in the house and garden for a small cost that can really make a difference
Read on below for 5 different ways you can help add value to your property without breaking the bank.
Are you looking to improve the quality of your house is it just in need of a general revamp? Renovating your windows to be more energy efficient is one of the best things that you can do for the value of your house as well as your own comfort whilst you still live there.
Choosing to switch out vinyl or aluminium to PVC can make a massive difference to your home. Of course, treating yourself to brand new windows will also make the place look lovely but you need to remember that all windows will come with maintenance.
Find out exactly what PVC windows are and how you can look after them below.
As we enter the winter months and the run up to Christmas, we are delighted to welcome you to our first newsletter, with helpful hints on maintaining your home, recipes and new products available to improve your house.
We’ve had a very successful year with lots of stunning new products and new additions to our team, please read below to find out more and we look forward to receiving your call or welcoming you to our showroom soon to experience these new products first hand!
Spring is finally here with sunny days and flowers all around. Do you dream about opening up space, letting the sunshine in and finding immense pleasure in the panoramic view of your garden?
Conservatories are ideal for upgrading your home and breathe new life into any property. Spring is the perfect time for installing your conservatory to be ready for summer garden parties. Why not awe your friends when they come for a barbecue?
We have collated the best conservatory types for you to choose from below.
Big city life is magical with all its buzz, culture and exciting new experiences
however, with all that is going, it can make living in the midst of other city dwellers a somewhat noisy experience.
If you enjoy living in the city but just want to enjoy the sound of silence in your own home then the acoustic glass is for you and when fitted can prevent the noise of outside life from making an unwanted intrusion into your life.
Nothing is more beautiful, than a crisp sunny winter morning when you watch the Sun comes up. That is when you can see through your window or patio door and your view is not obstructed by water drops or in worse cases some water raining down in the inside of your window…
If you experience this, your home is most likely affected by condensation.
(and why you should have them fitted in 2018!)
This is the time of the year, when Christmas is approaching and with all the family having chosen to gather and celebrate festivities at your home on the day, it feels like it’s going to a little too tight for space again this year. You could take them all to a local pub or restaurant to celebrate but could be rather expensive (certainly if you’re the one paying). You could even make plans to move to a bigger house in 2018 – rumoured to be even more expensive than eating out on Christmas Day! So why not consider upgrading your home in 2018 with bi-fold doors instead?
One cold morning after waking up, you notice some condensation on your double glazed window or patio door. Wiping away doesn’t help and the moisture stubbornly remains in view. Unfortunately this time the condensation sits between the two glazes of glass and this typically occurs when the seals on your windows are damaged or broken.
Halloween just behind us, what can be scarier than broken window seals, that let cold and damp in?
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: