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Enjoy The Scottish Summer Days With A Conservatory

17th March 2017

The clocks go forward next weekend, heralding the start of British Summer Time. When you hear that word summer you envisage long days stretched out in the garden and a host of tasty barbecues. We can only hope that will be case, but we know how unpredictable the weather can be North of the border....

Reinvent Your Conservatory With A Solid Roof

22nd February 2017

A common major grumble levelled at traditional conservatories is that they become uninhabitable in the summer and winter months due to either feeling too hot or too cold. The finger of blame can be pointed squarely at the roofing system as it is obviously no longer capable of delivering the necessary standard of thermal efficiency....

Outstanding Installations Guaranteed By Mitchell Glass

6th February 2017

When inviting a home improvement specialist into your property to fit the latest energy efficient windows or a brand new conservatory, you are placing an enormous amount of trust in that company. Some prior due diligence of the chosen firm most definitely helps reduce the chances of a poor installation occurring – a little online...

Transform Your Home With New Doors & Windows

20th January 2017

You can have the nicest home interior in the world, but if the outside of your house looks unattractive because of the poor state of your old windows or an ageing front door, all your hard work inside will be go to waste. When transforming your property you should devote an equal amount of time...

Generous Words For Mitchell Glass To End 2016

9th January 2017

Though we have existed for over 140 years, 2016 was no doubt one of the best years in the long lifetime of Mitchell Glass. Our installation teams have been summoned across the length and breadth of Scotland over the past 12 months to fit windows, doors, conservatories and everything else within our expanding product range...

Timber Doors Are Tickling The Fancy

15th December 2016

There can be no arguments when we say that traditional timber doors are incredibly stylish due to their very natural appearance. However, what isn’t quite so appealing is the amount of time, effort and money required to sustain those distinctive aesthetics. But that’s what you have to do unless you want your timber door to...

Mitchell Glass Assists With A Capital A

4th November 2016

It’s always flattering to be asked to provide our market-leading glazed solutions to companies undertaking ambitious client projects. So, we were delighted when approached by regular cohorts Capital A Architecture for assistance who were in the process of fashioning a contemporary house extension at an Edinburgh residence. The owners of the property craved extra space,...

Spook-tacular Smashing Pumpkins Carved For Halloween

1st November 2016

To celebrate the ghostliest day of the year we decided to hold a pumpkin carving competition amongst our staff members. Everyone in the office and within our installation team relished the opportunity to put their fang-tastically clever carving skills to the test, creating a huge buzz around the place. We were truly blown away by...

5 Reasons Why Splashbacks Are So Popular

12th October 2016

It isn’t until a customer visits our showroom or picks up the phone to speak to a Mitchell Glass advisor that they get a full appreciation of what we do. Yes, we supply conservatories, windows and doors, but we also offer a specialist glazing service which includes fitting glass splashbacks. What is a glass splashback?...

Church Visit For Mitchell Glass

21st September 2016

Mitchell Glass is famous for supplying traditional residences with the very latest glazing solutions, however, some people are not aware that we provide specialist glazing services to alternative locations. This even includes churches, where replacing long-standing windows that have been an integral feature of the building can be a complicated undertaking and needs to be...

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