First Impressions Count: 4 Steps to Front Door Success

Composite front door

… been fashioned from wood, but modern models have expanded into composite materials and cheaper, more durable substitutes, like uPVC … read more Make the Move to a Regency Home Wrought-ironwork and the tall sash windows of this four-bedroom townhouse give it its classic Regency look. The first-floor balcony forms a … read more Locked Windows to Block Noise Another Sign of Space-Starved …

Global UPVC Window and Door Market Insights Report 2019-2024

Data report

The “UPVC Window and Door Market” all-inclusive is noticeable among the most gigantically grouped market internationally. The UPVC … read more Mrs Hinch’s Window-Cleaning Liquid that Transforms UPVC Windows … claiming it cuts through grime on everything from windows to floors. … my windows gleaming and uPVC window frames the same gleaming.”… read more Preparing Your Home for Sale …

End in Sight for Eastbourne Planning Dispute Over Hotel’s New Windows

Eastbourne coastline

A fresh application to replace windows at the East Beach Hotel in Royal … He said: “Permission is sought for a change from tilt and turn … read more Window Replacement: Everything You Need to Know Window specialist Ken Rhodes from Upminster shares some important … such as tilt and turn panes, or have decorative feature windows … read more A Home Improvement …

Global Unplasticized Polyvinyl Chloride (uPVC) Roof Sheet Market

UPVC Conservatory Window

Unplasticised Polyvinyl Chloride (uPVC) Roof Sheet Market report aims to analyse market opportunities and risks in global Unplasticised … read more The One Simple Change Which Can Increase the Value of Your House Double glazing can cost vastly different amounts depending on whether you use a local or national company, how many windows you’re … read more Sound …

Conservatory Building Regulations – All You Need to Know

Conservatory

When installing a conservatory on your property, most people ask whether they need planning permission? Whatever type of conservatory you’re having installed, it’s important you know about building regulations and what is required of you. Whether you’re planning to install a lean-to, an orangery, or a Victorian conservatory, you will want the reassurance that your …

Building a Thermally-Efficient Conservatory

Conservatories Worthing Edwardian Conservatory

Limiting the area of glazing to two walls rather than three and … also help, as will choosing energy-efficient double-glazed units fitted with solar … read more How to do a Green Home Renovation At one listed home by the river Thames, he says local authorities refused to let the owners put in secondary glazing behind the leadlight … read more …

Yale Hardware Gets Secured by Design Seal of Approval

Yale locks

The high quality of Yale’s products has been underlined after several of them were granted prestigious Secured by Design status, says the company. The full product listing has been collated in an updated members page on the Secured by Design website. Secured by Design, a police security initiative that promotes … read more   What to …

What are French Doors, Where Did They Originate, and What are the Benefits?

French doors

The French doors we sell and install at South Coast Home Improvements are made to stand the test of time. Not only do our beautiful designs add aesthetic value to your home, they also match your décor and provide security all year round. Our French doors are versatile, double-glazed, and professionally fitted. Whether your property …

FENSA First TV Ad Helps Homeowners Choose Professional Window And Door Installers

Architectural drawing of a house

FENSA, the UK’s original and arguably most well-known certification scheme for the installation of replacement windows and doors, is launching its first ever TV ad to make homeowners aware of the importance of choosing a FENSA Approved Installation company so they can get a FENSA certificate when the job’s done. … read more Life On The …