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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…


Secure Doors – How Security is Assured

No matter what you do to a property, there will always be weaknesses which can be exploited to gain access, but the priority for every home owner should be to improve security in the first point of call for any burglar; the door: Secure doors aren’t a new invention, but they are reinvented all of the time, adding additional layers…


Security Shutters and Window Shutters – What’s the Difference?

Window shutters and security shutters, while similar in a lot of ways, serve completely different functions. A typical window shutter which may be used in a second floor window serves the function of providing shade and privacy, while a security shutter is more typically found in doorways, in both commercial and residential properties, providing an additional layer of security behind…


The Window Shutter Look

Window shutters have never really been the norm in the UK, but they do have some advantages. The primary function of shutters is to provide shade, so in that respect they are comparable to curtains, blinds and window dressings, but they are quite different as well. In a clear cut comparison, they are most similar to blinds. The difference comes…


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