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  • 26th January 2018

    Blog: Timber Windows

    Very simply put, if you look after timber, or wood, it will last for centuries. One only has to visit some of the stately homes, listed buildings and old houses to find the evidence! So why has timber and timber windows come in for such bad press, and what is the reality today? Before we look at this directly, let’s…

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  • 18th September 2017

    Blog: When should I replace my double glazing windows?

    Most of us inherit our windows from the previous home owner and if we’re lucky, the windows are perfectly fine. However, if the windows are more than 10 years old, are damaged, ill-fitting, or just not looking their best, it may be time to think about replacing them. Other than the functional purpose of letting in light, your windows should…

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  • 7th April 2017

    Blog: Marine Environment

    The good old British weather; anybody who has lived near the coast, or in an exposed location, has probably seen the worst of it! These areas tend to get even wetter and windier and our homes – including the windows and doors – bear the brunt if it! Having a marine grade finish on your windows and doors is therefore…

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  • 21st March 2017

    Blog: Timber Bi-Folds

    Timber has long been associated with windows and front doors but not necessarily bi-folding doors. Timber bi-folds are as versatile as the more well-known aluminium bi-folds when it comes to colour and double and triple glazing options, and can suit both a contemporary and traditional setting. Timber bi-fold doors are typically available in Spruce (softwood) or Meranti (hardwood) but also…

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  • 17th February 2017

    Blog: Steel Windows

    Metal windows have been used for centuries, way back in Tudor times in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. The Georgian period saw timber take over as the most popular option and this carried on through the Victorian and Edwardian times. In the 1920s and 30s, steel windows took centre stage once again, most notably through the Art Deco period with…

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  • 11th January 2017

    Blog: Glass Options

    Safety glass, acoustic glass, self-cleaning glass, privacy glass, the list is endless! You’ve already spent a considerable amount of time choosing your windows and doors, and now there’s glazing to consider too! There’s a plethora of glazing options available today, all designed to keep you safer, warmer and more comfortable, with the odd added luxury thrown in too. Glass can…

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  • 25th November 2016

    Blog: What is the Benefit of a Factory Finished Timber Window?

    An engineered timber window is only as good as the environment it is built in. As discussed in our earlier blog, ‘What is the Difference Between Solid Timber and Engineered Timber?‘, the latter is by far the stronger, more robust of the two materials. Engineered timber is 60% stronger than solid timber, making it perfect for windows and doors where…

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  • 3rd October 2016

    Blog: How To Choose The Right Doors

    Deciding on the right doors for your home improvement project is often given little, or no consideration. A door is a door, right? Wrong! From single doors, to French doors, to sliders to bi-folds, deciding on what’s right for your project is essential. Often the size of the opening will dictate the style of door that’s right for your property….

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  • 22nd September 2016

    Blog: Timber-Look Joint – The Next Generation in Windows

    The latest innovation in timber-alternative windows is a timber-look joint on the exterior frame. Timber-alternative windows are the perfect solution to the ongoing maintenance required with timber windows. They look just like the real thing – so much so, they have been approved for use in conservation areas where the character or appearance of the area must be preserved or…

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  • 11th July 2016

    Blog: A Beginner’s Guide to Bi-Fold Doors

    Bi-fold doors are a popular choice when looking to maximise space and light. The concertina design can literally open up an entire wall of glass, connecting the inside to the outside with a level threshold. When closed, the expanse of glass offers much bigger views in comparison to a standard window or door. In smaller properties, bi-folds will give the illusion…

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  • 14th June 2016

    Blog: Choosing A New Front Door

    Your front door is an important aspect of your home, both visually and practically. It serves a number of purposes, most of which we take for granted. It endures the scuffs of daily use, the battering of wind and rain, but ultimately, it protects you and your loved ones from uninvited visitors. Most people inherit their front door through the…

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  • 10th May 2016

    Blog: 7 Things to Consider Before Choosing Your New Windows

    Updating your windows is a fantastic and immediate way of giving your home a makeover. New windows can jolt a tired, run-down property out of the dark ages and bring it bang up to date. Getting new windows right can be a hard decision. Getting it wrong can be costly and of course, you’ll need to live with your decision…

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  • 25th February 2016

    Blog: Why choose Internorm windows and doors?

    Internorm combines high-quality materials with the perfect operation and provides a highlight of trendsetting designs. The beauty of this allows you to find ideal solutions for your windows and doors that will match your lifestyle and way of living perfectly. Learn more about Internorm Windows and Doors. THE MARK OF QUALITY IS IN THE DETAIL Internorm is not just another…

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  • 9th February 2016

    Blog: Why Choose Evolution Windows & Doors?

    Hand finished excellence At we are proud to say that we work with Evolution. They only employ hand-skilled craftsmen, not technicians. You will find more people than machines in their factory and these people have learned their trade, not simply read a manual. Evolution is, quite literally, a hands-on company. It’s what sets them apart from other manufacturers and it’s how…

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  • 2nd February 2016

    Blog: How To Choose Sliding Sash Windows

    One of the most gracious window designs ever produced is the sliding sash window. Common to all early Georgian and Victorian properties and also enjoying a resurgence in modern architecture with many new properties being built in a Georgian or Victorian Style. There are two main material options available for Sliding Sash Windows; Timber and uPVC. Timber is available with…

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  • 9th January 2016

    Blog: What Makes Solarlux Bi-Fold Doors Different?

    The desire to create a larger, lighter, living space is at the top of most people’s home improvement wish list and as such, the popularity of bi-fold doors has massively increased over the last few years. The bi-fold door has come a long way since the patio door of the 1990s. Today’s version of the glass sliding door is both…

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  • 23rd November 2015

    Blog: How to Choose a Conservatory

    You get what you pay for Do not think that buying a budget conservatory is like buying a budget kitchen. You can purchase a kitchen from a DIY store, top it with granite and fit quality appliances and you will have a kitchen that looks and performs like a kitchen twice its price. This is not the case for a…

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  • 10th November 2015

    Blog: Timber Alternative Windows for Conservation Areas

    What is a Conservation Area ? Conservation areas exist throughout the whole of the United Kingdom and are considered to be places of great interest to the architectural history of this country. Most Conservation areas are home to dozens of buildings some dating back to before the 16th Century. Since 1967 around 10,000 conservation areas have been designated across England…

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