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  • The Benefits of UPVC in Buildings

    • Posted on: 15 March 2016
    • By: admin

    We’re probably all familiar with UPVC here in the UK – it’s used for so many purposes these days, patio furniture, window frames, doors, etc.  it seems as if this plastic type of substance has practically taken over our lives!  While we’ve probably all seen plenty of UPVC doors, windows and gutters, you may be surprised to learn that UPVC is increasingly becoming the material of choice for other components in homes and bujildings across the UK.  Nowadays, fascia boards, soffits and bargeboards are also being manufactured from UPVC so today w

  • How to Clean and Care For UPVC

    • Posted on: 14 March 2016
    • By: admin

    So many of us nowadays have UPVC in and on our homes.  We have garden furniture, children’s furniture, bath panels, you name it, we have it - and that’s just the interior and exterior furnishings.  Many of us also have UPVC doors and windows and UPVC is increasingly being used to replace soffits, fascia boards and bargeboards on our homes due to its unique qualities.  It’s lightweight, yet durable; water and rust resistant, a great insulator and is rapidly becoming THE material of choice in and on many par

  • The Benefits of Lightweight Conservatory Roof Tiles

    • Posted on: 11 March 2016
    • By: admin

    If you have a conservatory, you’ll know that it’s a great extra room on your home – a room where you can sit and enjoy the sunshine and get the feel of the great outdoors, even on the coldest days. A little bit of sunshine goes a long way when it comes to sitting in a conservatory – the sun warms it up in the daytime, making it a great place to relax, eat and enjoy life without feeling closed in by walls. The all-round windows mean that you can sit there and enjoy your garden without having to go outside.

  • The Benefits of Regular Inspection of Your Home's Exterior

    • Posted on: 9 March 2016
    • By: admin

    Now is the time to get the work done – it makes sense to make sure that the exterior of your home is in tip top condition at all times.  The most vulnerable area of all is the roofline – this is where the weather hits your home the hardest so today, we’re taking a look at the areas you should be looking at when considering some exterior improvements on your home.  Take a look at just why you should keep on top of the exterior inspections on your home:

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