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.
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.
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.
Energy-efficient windows can cut your household bills and reduce your carbon footprint, a warmer home and more peace.
Composite doors have many advantages over single material doors and cover all the requirements for quality external doors.
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.
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.
Windows will often determine the character of a home and choosing a new or replacement window requires some thought.
French doors are a popular option for replacement doors and windows in modern or period homes, both attractive and providing lots of light.
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.
Bifold doors are those where panels concertina together when they are opened. Bi-folding units have doors that open inwards or outwards.
When property owners decide to replace windows and patio doors they have a choice – aluminium or uPVC and it's not an easy decision.
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.
Many window suppliers offer uPVC or PVCu windows and customers can sometimes get confused over the difference between the two terms.