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Does Planning Permission Apply To Solid Roof Installations?

12th March 2020

Solid roofs are a massively popular product amongst existing conservatory owners as these lightweight tiled roof coverings have proved that they can make even some of the oldest conservatories liveable again. You might be thinking of getting one fitted ahead of the summer to ensure the temperature inside your conservatory is just right when it’s...

Our Many Accreditations Tell You That Hazlemere Is Trustworthy

10th March 2020

Not sure who you can trust to fit new windows and doors at your home to the highest possible standard? Look out for window and door specialists with recognised accreditations – Hazlemere has more of them than most. As well as being FENSA registered and a GGF member, we are also a Which? Trusted Trader...

Hazlemere Window Company Go Extra Mile So Their Customers Have Extra Peace of Mind

1st March 2020

Hazlemere Window Company Ltd are not obliged to provide an insurance backed warranty to conservatory or orangery customers, however they do. Why? Because long ago Hazlemere decided it would include a 10 year insurance backed warranty from Home Improvement Protection (HIP) in every one of its new conservatory and orangery packages. Competent Persons Schemes like...

3 Ways To Get A Better Sale Price For Your Home

27th February 2020

Looking to make a fresh start and move elsewhere in 2020? Prior to contacting any estate agents and asking them to come out and value your property, ahead of a potential sale, you should do a recce of the place to see where any enhancements can be made to ensure it attracts a great asking...

Why Modular Extensions Are Best Avoided

21st February 2020

It’s easier to extend your home since the government decided to allow larger single-storey extensions to be added without planning permission. The taking away of the previous red tape associated with extensions could be motivating you to buy an extension of some sort, more than likely a conservatory or orangery. But there is a further...

Love Your Home this February

14th February 2020

Whether it’s time to pamper the old place or you have just chosen your new pad, our passion for windows, doors and living spaces will help you fall in love with your home all over again. In the month of Valentines, we’d like to remind you to Love Your Home, and with all this rain...

How To Turn Your Home Into A Romantic Setting For Valentine's Day

12th February 2020

Do you have something romantic lined up for your partner this Valentine’s Day? With just two days to go until it’s here, we would hope that you have! Perhaps you’ve booked a table at your favourite restaurant or you’re having a stopover for the night at the hotel where you enjoyed your first getaway together....

How Is Condensation Caused And How Can It Be Prevented?

10th February 2020

What do you see when you pull back the curtains first thing in the morning? A beautiful frosty landscape, or are you not that fortunate and only ever greeted by the sight of condensation? Condensation rears its ugly head a lot during the winter months. It emerges for different reasons. It could be due to...

Hazlemere's New Range Extreme Solid Core Doors

1st February 2020

Your door is more than just access to your house – it’s a warm welcome home, a statement of character, and most importantly, a line of defence and protection for you and your family.  First impressions really count – so when it comes to choosing the right door for your home, you shouldn’t need to compromise...

When a Part P Electrical Certificate or Building Regulations Approval is needed for a new conservatory or orangery

29th January 2020

Whether you build an extension, a conservatory or an orangery, a Part P Electrical Certificate and/or Building Regulations Approval is often needed in order to prove that all the electrics in your new structure comply with Part P of the Building Regulations for England and Wales, and the build/design itself also complies. The current Building Regulations...

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