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Benefits of Good Ventilation in the Home

Updated on 09 March 2017 - 16 days ago

Benefits of Good Ventilation in the Home

Good ventilation is a key factor in making sure that your home will always be comfortable and welcoming, both for yourself and for visitors. There are many products available to ensure good ventilation. Homes fitted with UPVC windows and doors...

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What is a low aluminium threshold ?

Updated on 16 January 2017 - 2 months , 9 days ago

What is a low aluminium threshold ?

You may of heard the term "low threshold" but not know exactly what it is and why exactly you would need one, and if this is the case please read on. This is an option you’ll need to take into account if your in the market for a new front or back door as it relates to the step at the bottom of the door. The threshold itself is the part of the door that separates the outside from the inside, so when entering you would "cross the threshold".

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Christmas and New Year Opening Times | 2016

Updated on 16 December 2016 - 3 months , 9 days ago

Christmas and New Year Opening Times | 2016

As we fast approach the end of another sussessfull year here at Just Value Doors we are today announcing our opening times throughout the Christmas period...

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Anthracite Grey RAL7016 is the new black!

Updated on 03 October 2016 - 5 months , 22 days ago

Anthracite Grey RAL7016 is the new black!

Here at Just Value Doors, one of the things we pride ourselves on, is our extensive range of products. With such a large and demanding market in the UK, it's important to stay on top with trends in designs and style. This years hot topic seems to be Anthracite Grey, currently our most popular non-white window and door request.

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Having problems with cloudy or condensated windows?

Updated on 23 September 2016 - 6 months , 2 days ago

Having problems with cloudy or condensated windows?

Many of us have seen the visual effect of an old glazing unit breaking down. Misted panes, condensation between the glass or even frost inside the unit during Winter! These are all unsightly, but what effect could it be having on the running cost of your home?

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