Not so long ago, anyone renovating their windows and doors would simply put them into a skip and send them off to landfill.
Experts will tell you that fogging or condensation in your double-glazed windows isn’t actually a problem which can be fixed. At least, your window won’t be able to ever be restored back to its original performance level.
As temperatures cool and energy prices rise, we’ve put together our best ideas on how to keep your home warm this winter, while having the added benefit of saving money on your bills.
To look at, PVCu windows generally all look the same. Particularly if they have the traditional white plastic look. So, does it really matter which company you use or which product you use?
Your front door is the first thing guests will notice about your home. Not only that, but the right front door can also increase the value of your house and influence the thoughts of potential buyers.
Our WARMroof system is the most configurable and structurally robust solid, insulated and tiled roof in the UK market. It can be used in our garden rooms, sunrooms, single-story extensions and a part of a conservatory refurbishment project.
When you’re having windows and doors replaced, how do you find an installer you can trust? There’s an easy way: look for a FENSA Approved Installation company. They’ll make sure your installation complies with building regulations and is registered with the Local Council – these are both required by law.
Why choose a FENSA Approved Installer for replacement windows or doors in your home? We’ll tell you why! Since April 2002, all replacement window and door installations in England and Wales need to comply with Building Regulations and be registered with the Local Council. This is to ensure your home is safe and energy efficient.