Home Blog

Blog


Advantages Of Going To Your Local Showroom

13th November 2018

You should treat buying new home improvements for your property a bit like buying a brand new car as in that you should go and see them in person at a showroom before committing to a purchase. Just like with a new car, there’s a lot of money at stake when investing in a home...

5 Top Tips To Stay Warm This Winter

25th October 2018

It was nice while it lasted! After one of the hottest UK summers in recent memory, temperatures are set to tumble from tomorrow onwards as we inch closer towards the official start of winter. We know that a lot of local householders will be concerned about staying warm in their properties during any prolonged cold...

Home Security Month: How To Keep Your Home Safe All Year Round

9th October 2018

We imagine that your property, and everything inside it, is extremely precious to you. So, consider for a second how devastated you would be if a thoughtless thief successfully ransacked the place all because your home security wasn’t up to scratch. To emphasise the importance of effective home security, this month marks National Home Security...

Make Sure Your Windows And Doors Are In Tip Top Condition For Christmas

26th September 2018

Coldness is slowly starting to creep in throughout Scotland and before we know it, Christmas will be here. Who knows what the weather Gods have in store for us this winter, but it’s always best to be braced for the worst. Your winter preparations should include checking that your current windows and doors are performing...

Our Essential Guide To Planning Permission In Scotland

5th September 2018

When you are looking to extend your Scottish home with a conservatory or orangery or add a porch to your house there is a possibility that planning permission will need to be obtained first. Never be tempted to proceed with these types of installation without checking whether planning permission is required as it could prove...

Interior Design Ideas For Your Conservatory

15th August 2018

You get a superb amount of spaciousness when having a conservatory fitted at your house and like any other room in your residence its interior should be utilised to its full potential. There are so many possible ways of furnishing and accessorising a conservatory and you should find the whole process exhilarating as it’s a...

Transform Your Entrance With A Double Glazed Door

8th August 2018

Like Sir Ian Botham or Andrew Flintoff, the entrance into your home needs to be a strong all-rounder. It should not only heighten the appearance of your entranceway, but it should also enhance the entire look of the house. It must also do its job of keeping the inside of the house protected from any...

Extend Your Home With A Sunroom From Mitchell

26th July 2018

The trend for improving instead of moving continues north of the border and a lot of our customers are choosing to do just that with a new home extension. They’re not all choosing conservatories and orangeries though! Some are gravitating towards our sunrooms which we assure you are a very different structure to a traditional...

A Door For Every Home In Scotland

19th July 2018

Be honest with yourself and admit that you want your residence to be the most stunning property on your street. It’s what all Scottish householders hope for deep down but it will seldom be the case if your current front door lacks that designer quality. Investment in a fabulously fetching front door should be as...

Accessories And Furniture For Your Conservatory

26th June 2018

One of the most exciting aspects of buying a conservatory is getting the opportunity to accessorise and furnish the space once the installation has been completed. Like any room in the house, the accessories and furniture you choose will define the conservatory’s personality and overall feel, so they should be chosen very carefully. Conservatories are...

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ... 10
FINANCE CALCULATOR BOOK APPOINTMENT GET A QUOTE

All content © 2018 R Mitchell (Glass) Ltd

Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.