There are many types of window glass on the market today. Choosing the right type of window glass for your project can be crucial.
We explain what a PAS 24 certificate means and why The Publicly Available Specification (PAS) is an industry standard.
A flush frame window is where the window panels fit flush with the outer frame to give a seamless and elegant enhancement to any property.
French doors are a popular option for replacement doors and windows in modern or period homes, both attractive and providing lots of light.
Most professional window installers will agree that a newly installed, good quality window should last at least 20 years before it needs repairing or replacing.
Bifold doors are those where panels concertina together when they are opened. Bi-folding units have doors that open inwards or outwards.
The front door says a lot about you and your home. It is the first impression visitors get of your property, so it pays to take time over a replacement.
Energy-efficient windows can cut your household bills and reduce your carbon footprint, a warmer home and more peace.
Conservatories not only extend the living space to your home but also add light and air but planning ahead is highly recommended.
Windows will often determine the character of a home and choosing a new or replacement window requires some thought.
Modern replacement door and window products need a minimal amount of care but we offer a few tips on how to keep yours looking like new.
When property owners decide to replace windows and patio doors they have a choice – aluminium or uPVC and it's not an easy decision.
Casement windows are a highly versatile type of window, very popular with UK customers and prized for their practicality, convenience and low cost.
Composite doors have many advantages over single material doors and cover all the requirements for quality external doors.
It can be difficult to choose between sliding doors and bi-fold doors. Here is a short guide on the advantages and drawbacks of each.
Double-glazed windows are one of the most cost-efficient ways to keep homes warm. So it is one of the first things to consider for home improvements.
If you are on the lookout for a new or replacement wood door one of the first considerations is the type of door to choose.
With a little regular care and attention, PVCu windows and doors installed in your home will stay looking good and give many years of service.
With such a wide choice of interior doors available on the market today, people can easily get confused about the different door types.
Aluminium bi-fold doors can add huge aesthetic appeal to any property and never more so than when the chosen colour is the right one.
The first step in protecting your home against a break-in or burglary is to make sure that external doors and windows have secure locks.
Windows don't last forever, and the time will come when every home could do with some new windows. But there are things to think about first.
Many window suppliers offer uPVC or PVCu windows and customers can sometimes get confused over the difference between the two terms.
Sliding doors are increasingly popular with homeowners, especially those who are short on space. A sliding door has one or more panels that hang on rollers.
It pays to plan a sunroom carefully and make it as energy efficient as possible to ensure comfort, style and cost-efficiency in both summer and winter.
Choosing a type of folding door for the home or office can be a problem if you don't know the difference between a bifold and sliding fold door.
Choosing the best security system for windows and doors is not as easy as it may look at first. There are many factors to consider.
The two most popular types of windows for the home are the casement and the sash. A sash window has sliding panels that overlap each other.
There are many types of window on the market so it pays to get check your options before settling on the type for you.
How long uPVC doors and windows last depends on the quality of manufacture, the weathering they endure and the level of maintenance they receive.