Windows

Looking after windows with leaded lights

In order to improve the longevity of your traditional leaded light windows, it is important that you inspect them for problems from time to time and ensure that you clean them regularly. You can expect a little movement in leaded lights but any noticeable bows and distortion may result in panes of glass (the quarries) from breaking. Check that there…


Looking after windows with leaded lights
The charm of sash windows

If you live in a house that was constructed, before 1920, then it is highly likely that the original windows in your house are sash windows.  Sash windows do require a high degree of maintenance as they are prone to rot; swelling in cold, damp weather; and shrinking slightly in warm, drier conditions, often resulting in rattling noisily whenever the…


The charm of sash windows
Choosing Conservatory Blinds

Fitting blinds in a conservatory may be done for a number of reasons: To keep the room cool in Summer To conserve heat during the colder months of the year For privacy However, there are a number of factors to consider and it is worth going to a reputable company which specialises in made-to-measure conservatory blinds as they will have…


Choosing Conservatory Blinds
Window Replacements

There are a lot of reasons why people may come to need a window replacement. They could be beginning to invest in double or triple glazing windows to help them save money in the long. There are a number of problems with double glazing which can occur, such as trapped condensation between double glazed window panes or damaged seals, which…


Window Repair

Replacing windows with minor damage is always something which is worth avoiding, as windows can be quite expensive, particularly if the windows in question have to be bespoke designed or are double glazing, so options to repair damaged windows are invaluable to home owners. The most widely used, well known and cheap method for repairing broken glass is what is…


Triple Glazing

Triple glazing follows the same basic concept as double glazing, only instead of two layers of glass with a separating layer of air in between, you have three layers of glass with two layers of air in between. Triple glazing is not something that you find very often in the UK (which is still busy updating all of their windows…


Triple Glazing