What is uPVC Sash Window?

Traditionally wooden sliding sash windows have been changed for double glazed units using 50/50 split windows that half open at the top or the bottom or both. This was used as a cost effective way of replacing the old draughty... More

What makes double glazing windows secure?

Always enquire about the type of locks and security features being fitted with your double glazed windows all modern double-glazed replacement windows feature multi-point locking espag type locking, which will also "lock" partially open in a "night-vent" position. There's also... More

Choosing New Windows and Doors

When you require replacement upvc or wood double glazing in your property you may change its visual appearance. You should carefully choose a Window style that matches and enhances the features of your property. This is more important when having... More

Why is the roof the cornerstone of your conservatory?

The roof is the most important structural element in any conservatory, providing strength, stability and ventilation to ensure you get the maximum enjoyment from your new conservatory; so you should choose the best available. Ultraframe roof systems in the South... More