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What Is A Solid Tiled Roof Orangery?

28th September 2018

Orangeries have significantly evolved in terms of how they’re utilised and how they look since they were originally developed in the 17th Century. Whereas back then they were predominantly used for growing oranges and other citrus trees, nowadays they’re solely used as extended living spaces and very lavish ones at that. The original orangery design...

Live In A Flat? Beware Of Replacing Your Windows!

27th September 2018

Now that temperatures are on a downward spiral many of the people living in flats that they either own or rent will be considering replacing their existing windows. But in order to do this they must have the relevant permissions, otherwise they run the risk of paying more than double the cost of replacement windows...

Have You Seen The Latest Window Trend? Hazlemere’s Modern Flush Casement Windows

24th September 2018

Never overlook the importance of owning a reliable and stylish set of windows as they’re a major focal point of any home, including yours! Window trends are forever evolving and if it feels like the right time to be seeking out a suitable modern replacement window for your current windows check out Hazlemere’s flush casement...

Can Energy Efficient Windows Have That Much Of An Impact On My Home?

10th September 2018

Buying a new set of energy efficient windows will be one of the most lavish investments that some people make in their entire lifetime so we can easily appreciate anyone who questions if they’re worth it. But, when you properly analyse everything they will bring to your home there’s absolutely no doubt that their impact...

What Is A FENSA Certificate? Let Hazlemere Fill You In

5th September 2018

When searching for a home improvement specialist to supply you with a brand new set of windows and doors or home extension you may have spotted the FENSA logo on the marketing literature of some companies. FENSA will mean nothing to a lot of householders if they’ve never employed a home improvement firm before but...

What Is Condensation And How Do You Stop It?

3rd September 2018

So, that’s the last Bank Holiday been and gone until Christmas, which can only mean one thing; autumn and winter are on the way! Let’s hope that summer hasn’t finished quite yet, but at some point temperatures will start to plummet and that’s when condensation is most likely to form on your windows. It can...

How to avoid being forced to replace replacement windows

1st September 2018

Sadly, many property owners are not conversant with the current England and Wales Building Regulations, which come into force the moment any homeowner decides to replace any door or window, or indeed if creating a new builders opening or adding an extension. To avoid any nasty surprises in the future, it is therefore important before...

Autumn/Winter Interior Decoration Ideas

21st August 2018

As pained as we are to say it, summer will soon be coming to an end. It’s been a very un-English summer, one of the hottest on record, but autumn is just around the corner with winter not too far behind it and it’s just about now that you should be changing up your home’s...

Is Planning Permission Required For A Glass Extension?

15th August 2018

When you’ve just agreed to buy a brand new glass extension for your home from Hazlemere you’ll understandably want it built and up and running as quickly as possible. We want that too, but sometimes one thing can get in the way before any construction can commence – planning permission. No-one wants to be held...

Update Your Home With A Roof Lantern

13th August 2018

You may think that you don’t know what a roof lantern is but if we tell you it’s very similar to a skylight or rooflight that may spark some recognition. The simplest way to describe a roof lantern is as a ceiling window that you can incorporate into the current ceiling of a particular area...

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