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sunrooms, conservatory blinds and accessories here.
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| FASCIAS, SOFFITS & CLADDING
Save money on painting your home, or repairing / replacing rotting fascias
/ soffits. Replace your fascias, soffits, barge board, guttering with low maintenance
PVC-U building products.
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| GARAGE DOORS & SECURITY GATES
Review of Cordula garage doors, security shutters and security gates. Quality
high security products for UK homes.
[more about garage doors and security shutters]
| PATIO AWNINGS
Imagine how wonderful it would be to spend more time enjoying your garden
- adding extra living space to your home and creating the perfect environment
for outdoor entertaining all year round. With an awning you can!
[more on garden and patio awnings]
Internal Secondary Double Glazing can be a cost effective solution if the
main window is essentially sound and in good condition but there is a requirement
to improve thermal and / or noise insulation.
[secondary glazing information]
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glazing and conservatories.
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| SLIDING SASH WINDOWS, BOX SASH
uPVC and Hardwood Sliding Sash windows. Information on replacement wertical
sliding sash windows for decaying Box Sash Style Windows
[sliding sash and box sash windows information]
| DOUBLE GLAZING REPAIRS
Has your supplier gone bust or are you out of guarantee? We can help. Find service
engineers and suppliers of replacements locks, sealed units local to you.
[double glazing repairs]
| WOODEN SHUTTERS, INTERNAL SHUTTERS
Internal wooden Shutters, Plantation Shutters, Timber Shutters, Interior Shutters
- The Alternative Window dressing for your new windows.
[more on wooden shutters, plantation shutters]
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|NEW - Featured Questions / Discussion from Ask-Questions.com: Ask questions about conservatories, double glazing replacement windows, kitchens, bathrooms and all types of home improvements. Check out the links below
|>> My parents have recently had replacement windows with K Glass fitted throughout the house and have noticed that scratches are present on a lot of the panes. Some are on the inside of the double glazed unit and others on the outside. I want to know if this is normal of K Glass
[read more on glazed units with K glass]
>> I am presently having a conservatory installed. The glass was specified as 28mm Pilkington 'K' glass, but when the panels arrived they had labels on them stating that they were 'Regency tuffglass' Further research on my part showed that the glass had been provided by Glaverbel and that it was 'Planibel G' I have been told by the conservatory company that this product is just as good and that there is no difference in cost. Is this true?
[read more on this glass issue for the conservatory]
>> U values - could you explain the formula given (W/mēK) [read more on U values]
>> RIP curtains, long live shutters! Curtains have been increasingly under
siege now for many years – and it’s not hard to see why. For hundreds
of years they were a great idea – indeed the best, if not only idea – for
dressing windows, retaining warmth and maintaining privacy. But times have changed
and 21st century alternatives leave curtains in the shade. [read more on window shutters]
>> We had a sealed double glazed unit replaced because of condensation and were horrified by
how easy it was to remove it from the outside. It took less than 10 minutes and
there was hardly any noise! I have nothing in writing from the double glazing company
that states their external beading is secure. We are not stupid people so I can
only assume they stated this verbally when quoting for the work but now we have
Has anyone experienced a similar situation? Does anyone have advice for what
we can do?
[read more on replacement window issues]
>> I've recently had double glazing fitted and on two of the windows the condensation almost runs like a river. I thought that with double glazing windows, and air in between sealed panes, condensation should not happen. Can someone please advise as I believe these UPVC double glazing windows were not fitted properly.
[read more on condensation issues with double glazing]
>> I am interested to learn of the regulatory position regarding double glazing windows in a
domestic refurbishment setting. To be more precise, is it possible to reglaze
and overhaul existing single pane wooden frames without breaching the regulations
and would a specific type of glass have to be used for the purpose? [read more on refurbishing wooden windows]
>> For home owners requiring information on gaskets / seals for double glazed windows
[read more on gaskets and seals for double glazing windows]
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