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What You Need To Know About Home Renovations

6th March 2017

Brighter, better weather may be the motivation you need to renovate your home ahead of a (hopefully) glorious summer. But before you make a start, sufficient forethought is required. The last thing you want is for things not to go to plan and be left counting the cost. Use the below as a starting point...

Why it pays to have energy rated thermally broken windows

1st March 2017

All UK householders are all constantly being encouraged to play their part in helping the UK environment and are accustomed to the energy efficiency labels that are on all the white appliances that they purchase, as these indicate the extent to which the product they are buying is energy efficient, and therefore how environmentally friendly...

Add The WOW Factor To Your Home With Bi-Folding Doors

2nd February 2017

UK TV schedules are filled with a host of property shows: Amazing Spaces, Location, Location, Location, Grand Designs etc. etc. Millions of us regularly tune into such programmes for aspirational reasons and inspirational guidance, hoping to obtain on trend, up-to-the-minute ideas that we can incorporate into our own dwelling. There are very few additions to...

New Timber Door Range Launched At Hazlemere

8th November 2016

People love the authentic look of timber, how can you not? What they don’t love as much is the amount of maintenance they need to dedicate towards looking after it in terms of repainting, varnishing, sanding etc. They’re also put off by the insufficient thermal insulation and security they provide. Fancy a timber door fit...

Why it is wise to comply when replacing windows

1st June 2016

It pays property owners who are considering replacing windows, to be aware of the current England and Wales Building Regulations, as UK home owners can get their fingers badly burnt by either a) not bothering to find out what they must do to comply, or b) knowing the regulations. To go ahead and order one...

Which extra wide bespoke door option to go for?

1st April 2016

The answer to the question is not at all straight-forward, and is a dilemma that faces UK home owners who have an existing wide aperture they wish to fit replacement doors into, or who plan to create a new builders opening with a new lintel above wide opening doors. The options are not black and white,...

What to Expect When Hazlemere Replace Your Windows & Doors

1st March 2016

A very nice lady, we’ll call her Mrs B, popped in to the High Wycombe showroom this week. She knew exactly what double glazed windows and door she wanted; the material, the colour, the Georgian bar, which handles, everything. The only thing she didn’t know was how to dispose of the large set of patio...

Why Property Owners Should Choose A+ or A++ Energy Rated Replacement Windows

1st December 2015

If and when replacing inefficient, outdated or inefficient existing windows, it surely makes sense, given the ever rising costs of electricity and gas, to choose the most affordable thermally efficient replacement windows? Technological advances in the UK double glazing industry over the last decade have caused the first and second generations of replacement double glazing...

7 Home Improvements That Prevent The Need To Move

17th November 2015

Moving home is sometimes due to necessity rather than an actual urge to relocate to a new property in potentially a completely different area. For instance, the house that you first moved into may no longer provide the spaciousness that it did because of a growing family. In those circumstances we would recommend that you...

Ensure your mid-rift is not too wide!

21st March 2015

Whilst the width of your girth is probably far more concerning to you than the width of your external door mid-rails, it is possible since the new window energy ratings (WER’s) came in on 1st October 2010 that your door mid-rails might be too wide if adjacent to side panels with matching width mid-rails. These...

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