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Hazlemere Flush Casement Windows - A Modern Twist On Timber

30th May 2019

The flush casement window was first created in the 19th Century and is called a ‘flush casement’ because when the window (or sash) is closed, it sits flush within the frame, creating a flat surface on the outside. It’s quite rare to see an original set of traditional timber flush casement windows in the region...

Enjoy A Beautifully Bright Summer In A Glass-To-Floor Conservatory

13th May 2019

We live in hope that this summer will match, or even emulate, the gloriously hot summer we had last year. Even if it fails to live up to those expectations, at least we know we’re guaranteed long, light days.   The extra hours of daylight can have a positive impact on our wellbeing, making us...

Why Sell Your Property When You Can Just Extend It

26th April 2019

If you have owned your property for a considerable amount of time you can grow a little bored of the place and also find space harder and harder to come by. Moving to a brand new house is of course an option, but it’s a very financially and physically demanding option that you have to...

Introducing Hazlemere Flush Casement Windows, An Exciting Range

16th April 2019

To see an original set of timber flush casement windows in-situ you will likely need to travel to a conservation area or visit one of the listed buildings in our region as there aren’t many left in existence. The flush casement window isn’t completely dying out though, thanks to Hazlemere Windows. Our flush casement range...

How Do I Know If I Need Planning Permission?

10th April 2019

The recent improvement in the weather could have given you the motivation you need to make some much-needed alterations at home or possibly extend your property. But, before you do, have you stopped for a moment to consider whether you might need to obtain planning permission ahead of getting whatever work you have in mind...

The Best Fixtures And Fittings For Your Conservatory

19th March 2019

Whether you already own a conservatory, are about to invest in one or are considering buying one sometime in the future, remind yourself that it is or will be a permanent attachment to your property. It should therefore be treated like any other room in the house and by that we mean that you should...

Composite vs UPVC Doors: Which Is Best For You?

13th March 2019

You should view your front door as far more than just a door. It needs to offer you more than solely a route into your home as it must also help protect the building and add plenty of style to it. A lack of door security will increase the chances of your possessions being pilfered...

3 Tips To Keep Your Home Energy Efficient For The Rest Of The Year

11th March 2019

One thing you can never bank on in this country is the weather! From a roasting hot end to February to a so far very gusty, chilly March, it’s anybody’s guess what conditions will be like for the rest of 2019.   It’s always best to be prepared for the worst, especially when it comes...

Show Your Home Some Love After The Harsh Winter Weather

22nd February 2019

Is it really still winter? It feels more like late spring at the moment with pretty much the whole country experiencing record high temperatures for the time of year. This very unexpected and unseasonal surge in temperatures should see you get outside and try to tidy up the condition of your home if the harsh...

What does the colour of your front door say about you?

7th February 2019

Our engineered timber doors are highly secure, low maintenance and non warping. More importantly, they are extremely attractive and provide some beautiful colour options. You may be curious to find out what the colour of your front door says about you and your home. Why choose an Engineered Timber door? When considering your new front...

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