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What are composite doors?
Composite doors are the latest in door manufacturing trends. They take the best bits from various other methods of making doors and combine them to make a door which is a jack-of-all-trades. But what should you look for when buying a choosing a composite door for your home? Well, this article will give you all the information you need to make that decision.
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As a new season beckons, it’s time to decorate your home to ring in spring and it all starts with your front door. You can choose wreaths, twigs or berries, or a collection of fruits and vegetables or fresh flowers from your garden to give your front door a fresh look. Continue reading Front Door Decoration Ideas
Whilst many might be concerned about contractors coming and going for months – as can sometimes happen for other home renovations – getting a new front door is quick and simple. We can get your door made usually in less than a week, so you can have it delivered and fitted as needed.
If you are in a hurry and need a new front door quickly, you can request this upon making your order and our team will make your door a priority booking. We would then deliver it to your home and fit it the same day, ready for use straight away.
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A conservatory is a stunning addition to add to your home. Conservatories typically have the walls and roofing made mostly out of glass, similar to a greenhouse. It’d generally be attached to your residence and conservatories are hugely famous in Britain.
An Extension to your house, on the other hand, makes for a perfect addition to your home if you’re specifically looking for an extra bathroom or bedroom, for example, to be added. Below we’ll go through the pros and cons of both extensions and conservatories to help you understand which one is best for your specific needs and requirements.
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The addition of a conservatory or sunroom to your home is a wonderful thing – it adds more space, gives you a lovely location in which to relax (especially in summer) and offers you the opportunity to be creative in terms of décor. But what makes a well-decorated conservatory? Here are a few ideas.
You obviously don’t want to obstruct the view from your conservatory of your garden or block out the sunlight, but there will be occasions you want privacy during the day and to make it feel ‘homelier’ at night.
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During winter seasons, the main obligation is to know how to keep your house warm. Many people insulate their house walls and floor in order to keep their home nice and cosy.
However, many people always forget to insulate their windows and thus leaving a space for freezing air to pass through. Apart from replacing the windows for the winter season, there are diverse ways to insulate your windows for you to finally start calling your house, home sweet home. One quick example is to transform your home with stunning new double glazing windows which will help make your home more energy and heat efficient. Thus, the following are different ways on how to insulate windows for winter.
You can cover with Window film
Generally, the window film effectively creates an insulating barrier which is between the interior of the house and the windows. The kit comprises of the plastic shrink film which you can apply to indoor window flame using the double-sided sticky tape. To do this efficiently, you can heat the film in order to shrink it and also to remove the wrinkles.
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Thinking of adding class and elegance to your home? Why not try installing some French doors?
French doors offer a sophisticated aesthetic appeal to buildings and houses, giving them timeless classy look both on the inside and the outside.
Typically, they have framed glass panes, having the looks of a standard window, as it traces its origins in the Renaissance period as windows reaching the floor. In this article, let’s talk about 5 beautiful French door designs that will hopefully give you some inspiration and ideas for your next dream house.
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A lot of people are torn between the question of whether they should have double-glazed windows in their houses or not. To avoid being caught in this situation, it is best to know what benefits double glazing offers to your house. Though they are considered expensive, these windows are worth your while.The following are the major benefits that you need to know to start gearing up to have this kind of glazing at home:
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How to Clean a Conservatory Roof
Your home is a perfect sanctuary of peace and the conservatory is a pleasant place to relax and unwind. This low-cost home extension alternative gives many homeowners a particularly green and sunny place to relax, probably as you enjoy a cup of coffee. Apparently, anyone with a conservatory knows how fast they can get dirty. It’s natural for algae and moss to build up on your conservatory roof and gutters especially after long damp winter months. The uPVC can easily become weathered and dirty, and glass surface can lose its gleam. Here are some tips on how to keep your conservatory roof sparkling clean.
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Double glazed windows have been used for many years as a cost effective way of insulating buildings and increasing energy efficiency and security. But we all know too well the annoying sight of water droplets and condensation building up between the panes of glass and how impossible it feels to get rid of.
Why does condensation form in double glazed windows?
Condensation is the result of a difference in temperature between the outside – which is usually colder – and the inside – which is warmer – surfaces of the glazed window. Condensation occurs when vapour is cooled to a certain temperature – resulting in water droplets appearing.
Double glazing units are typically made by two panes of glass being separated by a metal or plastic space forming a gap in which gas can be used or a vacuum created for insulation. The cavities between the panes of glass are usually sealed to the window frame using a rubber seal which prevents air escaping. However, over time the seal can fail, compromising the cavity and allowing warm air between the panes – resulting in condensation
Thanks to the wet winters and humid summers we experience in the UK – condensation is a common occurrence in our homes.
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