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A DAY TO REMEMBER FOR MITCHELL GLASS

24th April 2019

The 26th March was a day to remember for Peter and Susan Roden, owners of Mitchell Glass who were invited to the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) London offices for VIP treatment. First there was a guided tour of the GGF’s historic timeline of the glass and glazing industry, then a photo-shoot as they were...

Why You Should Update Your Home Rather Than Sell It

23rd April 2019

The continued uncertainty caused by Brexit has thrown a cat among the pigeons for those looking to sell their property. It has had repercussions for the housing market and who knows how much more of an impact it will have when we eventually leave the European Union.   You may have backtracked on plans to...

Still Living With Timber Roofline? It’s Time You Upgraded To UPVC Roofline

9th April 2019

Roofline goes unnoticed and unloved by a lot of Scottish householders which is surprising when they live in such a consistently rainy climate. Without effective roofline, a home is more susceptible to water damage and it can cause serious drainage issues. Take notice of any visible fascias, soffits, bargeboards, guttering and cladding that you can...

Classic Or Modern Properties, Envisage Suits Them Both

27th March 2019

When faced with the job of replacing original windows at a long-standing property with a classic style, the project needs to be tackled sensitively as you don’t want any replacement windows to ruin its traditional charm. ‘Classic’ house styles is a pretty broad use of the term, but in this case, we refer to properties...

Why Now Is The Time To Invest In A Home Extension For Summer

14th March 2019

Summer might seem a million miles away right now as Storm Gareth continues to swirl its way around Scotland, but the weather will pick up soon and we’ll (hopefully) be in the middle of a heatwave before too long.   The very mention of summer will get some people thinking about how they can make...

Install An Orangery Or Conservatory This Summer And Experience Luxury

27th February 2019

The unusually warm weather we have experienced over the past couple of weeks may have got you thinking about the forthcoming summer and how you can enjoy it more at home.   You could invest in some garden furniture so that you chew the fat outdoors (and we’re not talking about biting into tough pieces...

Want A Home Improvement But Worried About The Cost? Buy Now And Pay In 2020

7th February 2019

Once you have set your mind on expanding space at home with a conservatory or installing a more aesthetically-pleasing set of windows and doors, you don’t want to be waiting around forever to realise your ambition. But your current financial status may be forcing you to leave such plans as pipedreams. If money is getting...

New Windows For The New Year? Should You Go For Double Or Triple Glazing?

24th January 2019

We always experience a sharp rise in window sales at this time of year as we guess that householders realise just how chilly the inside of their homes are over the Christmas period while eating, drinking and being merry. Scotland is a notoriously cold country any way and unless your windows can cope with that...

BIG ENERGY SAVING WEEK - 5 Top Tips On Saving Energy From Mitchell Glass

15th January 2019

You may not be aware that next week is officially Big Energy Saving Week in the UK, a national campaign established by Citizens Advice a few years ago aimed at helping Britons cut their energy costs and get financial support to pay for them. It came about as energy bills have become a growing concern...

...it’s Christmassssss

25th December 2018

The big day has arrived and we hope you’re enjoying today, joyful in the comfort of your home, surrounded by loved ones and sipping mulled wine. It has been a great 2018 but we now look forward to 2019 with lots of exciting things to come. So for now, here at Mitchell Glass, we’d like to...

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