What are composite doors made of?

What are composite doors made of?

22nd August 2017 | Rebecca James We often get asked the question: What are composite doors made of? While you might not have thought much about it, you only have to look round a reasonably large street these days to see a composite door. More and more people are...
What is GRP?

What is GRP?

It can be very easy to get caught up in the acronyms that companies often use to describe materials. You might be wondering, what is GRP? What does PVCu mean? We’ve put together some of the answers below? First of all, understanding what doors and windows are...
5 Advantages of Composite Doors

5 Advantages of Composite Doors

12th July 2017 | Rebecca James Composite doors come with a whole host of advantages and benefits. Our customers often ask us about the differences between composites and PVCu. It can be easy to think that a door is just a door, but there are some clear advantages to...
Update: Our Double Glazing Showroom Upgrade

Update: Our Double Glazing Showroom Upgrade

Rebecca James | 7th April 2016 We’re in the middle of an upgrade of our double glazing showroom, and wanted to give our customers a look at some of the changes which have been made already. In Matthew’s last blog post he talked about some of the changes...
New: Heritage Flush Sash Windows from Deceuninck

New: Heritage Flush Sash Windows from Deceuninck

Rebecca James | 30th March 2017 Introducing the new Flush Sash windows from our window supplier Deceuninck. The brand new heritage flush sash windows from Deceuninck allows you to have sleek looking window finish at an affordable price. Some of the key features are:...
Design your windows using the Residence 9 Designer

Design your windows using the Residence 9 Designer

Rebecca James | 8th March 2017 Ever thought about having Residence 9 windows? You can now see what they might look like on your property with the new Residence 9 designer. Have you ever wondered if you could design your windows? Now with the Residence 9 designer you...