• How long will my double glazed Upvc Windows last

    How long will my double glazed Upvc Windows last

    If you love unplasticized polyvinyl chloride products like double glazed PVC windows, you would be enjoying years of less spending on your windows. This is why a lot of people prefer to make use of steel frames or steel hardware that would support their fitting.  Today, we have double glazed Upvc windows that would last as long as thirty five years. Some companies have given the users of these windows up to ten years as a guarantee for the use of their windows after purchase. Cheap windows fitted perfectly would hardly give a user challenge when making use of it.

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  • How does a stable door work

    How does a stable door work

    Stable doors have been around for a long time. They have traditionally been used on farms and other places where livestock and especially horse are kept, for their inherent practical qualities. However, these days many more people are incorporating a uPVC stable door or PVC stable door into their homes because of their obvious benefits.

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  • How to Make Your Patio Doors More Secure

    How to Make Your Patio Doors More Secure

    Patio doors are a wonderful way to provide access to your patio or garden. They provide easy access to the outdoors, a good view of your garden even when they are closed, and plenty of natural light flowing into your house throughout the year.

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  • Changing a broken letterbox on your front door

    Changing a broken letterbox on your front door

    Something we will probably come up against in the future, if we haven’t already is to replace a broken letterbox on your front door. There are a few reasons why your letterbox may become damaged or broken over time, and for one a postman in a bit of a rush with a combination of a poor quality letterbox is right up there on the list, along with a dog being a little to keen to please their owner by bringing them their mail, or maybe a little to keen to see off the intruder!

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  • Draft excluder and do you need one

    Draft excluder and do you need one

    Using draught excluders to stop cold air entering your home has been a common practice during colder winter months for a long time. Many years ago they used to be nothing more sophisticated than an old blanket or piece of fabric rolled up to form a tube and then placed at the bottom of front doors, back doors and other external doors to simply keep the wind out.

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