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Boarding Up Service

If you've had a break in or somebody has vandalised your windows or glass doors, your locksmith can board up your broken or shattered glass and secure the window.If your domestic or business premises has fallen victim to a break in, we can help make your property secure again. Often, burglars will leave damage where they have gained entry. Any damage needs to be repaired as soon as possible to ensure your safety and security of your premises. We ca...

Aluminium v uPVC. Which Is Best?

uPVC v Aluminium  windows – it's often a question that is asked which is better.  For customers it can be a very difficult decision to make when choosing new windows or doors. uPVC vs aluminium…..DurabilityuPVC  has been probably the most common choice for window frames since the eighties. It’s a very durable material and is very resistant to rot, which means it has a long lifespan and usually requires very little maintenance other than cleaning with the correct chemicals....

Why Is Certification For Your New Doors & Windows Important?

You want to be sure that your new home improvement complies with Building Regulations…. and so does the Government. That’s why every window and door installation or replacement in England and Wales must now be registered as reaching the standards set by the Government’s Building Regulations. If you were to have work carried out that did not comply with Building Regulations, the installation would not be legal and could cause significant problems when you come to sell your home. Don’...

Do You Need Planning Permission For A New Solid Roof On My Conservatory?

Most new‐build conservatories with either a solid, tiled or glazed roof will not need planning permission, because they are covered under what is known as a ‘permitted development’. There are just some limits and conditions regarding placement and size, which you can find details of on the Government’s Planning Portal.Building Regulations will apply if you want to build an extension on your home, but not for a conservatory, if certain conditions are met. In order for your conservatory to be c...