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Why You Should Choose A Composite Door

28th August 2019

Can your current front door honestly get through another harsh winter? Do you have confidence in its ability to keep your home toasty and also show it off in a good light to the people that view it from the outside? If you have any doubts about your door, now is the time to be...

It Might Be Summer, But It's Not Too Early To Start Preparing For Winter

21st August 2019

Sorry to mention it before the school holidays have even finished, but winter will soon be here. The darker nights tell us that, and before too long, we’ll all be layering up and putting on our hats and scarves. Are you completely confident that your house is fully geared up to handle potentially freezing temperatures,...

Did You Know You Might Need Planning Permission To Extend Your Home?

9th July 2019

It seems as though people are increasingly turning their backs on the idea of moving home, preferring to remain at their current property and expand it. We can easily understand why. Relocating is a huge physical, financial and emotional commitment; an often tough thing to endure. There are far less headaches and heartaches involved when...

Your Guide To UPVC Doors And Composite Doors

25th June 2019

The entrance to your home comes more under the microscope in summer because of the extra hours of daylight we receive at this time of the year. How does your front door look when the sun is shining on it? If it has a tired appearance, you really need to go out and replace it...

HOT PICKS - The Perfect Fixtures And Fittings For Your Conservatory Style

19th June 2019

After making the exciting decision to install a conservatory at your home and making contact with Mitchell Glass, you will be invited to sit down with one of our consultants to begin planning the design. Your consultant will take you through all the possibilities and cover important areas such as fittings and fixtures – a...

How To Reinvent Your Conservatory In Time For Summer

22nd May 2019

Summer is almost upon us, and if you own a conservatory, you don’t necessarily need to go to the expense of paying for a holiday abroad to enjoy the hottest season of the year. You can have some really special times in your conservatory this summer, unless it nowadays drastically overheats in summer and has...

The Top 5 Benefits Of Aluminium Bi-Folding Doors

13th May 2019

It’s always at this time of the year that we experience a rise in enquiries about our aluminium bi-folding doors, and it’s the prospect of warm weather and long, light days, that has a lot to do with that. Aluminium bi-folding doors can help householders bring their outdoor settings indoors, uniting the two spaces like...

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...

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