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5 Benefits Of An Orangery

15th March 2018

Scottish householders continue to be priced out of the housing market which is a frustration if they’re eager to move onto pastures new because their existing property provides insufficient spaciousness. They shouldn’t view it as such as it may be entirely possible to fit an orangery at their property and put all space-related issues to...

How To Maintain Your Windows For Great Results All Year Round

9th March 2018

Homeowners decide to replace their existing windows for different reasons and one common incentive is usually because they’re fed up of maintaining them. Authentic timber windows look exceptionally stylish upon their initial installation, but once exposed to the unpredictable Scottish weather they soon deteriorate and lose their finish. Unless they’re treated regularly there’s no going...

Heritage Windows For Your Classical Home

19th February 2018

You have to be incredibly careful and sympathetic when replacing old windows in classically styled residences so that the new window design does not hinder the original appearance of the house. The classical style is characterised by references to ancient Greek and Roman architecture – rational and symmetrical buildings, square or round-headed openings, columns and...

Sash And Case Windows For Your Baronial Residence

13th February 2018

Almost everywhere you go in Scotland you’re surrounded by the most captivating architecture. The Scottish baronial style is particularly striking and first emerged in the 16th Century. Inspired by medieval castles and tower houses, it consists of anything from the following: Corner towers (defensive towers built at the corners of castles or fortresses) Battlements (a...

Install An Orangery And Experience Luxury For 2018

22nd January 2018

In our last blog post, we mentioned that since moving into 2018 we had experienced a large amount of demand for replacement windows. Interest in our orangeries has almost been as strong. Who can blame them as the orangery is without a doubt one of the most luxurious forms of home extension available today, the...

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

11th January 2018

First of all, Happy New Year to all of our customers! We hope that 2018 turns out to be a prosperous year for everyone. Since getting back to work we have received a considerable number of requests from customers wanting replacement windows for their homes. This doesn’t surprise us as the Christmas and New Year...

Merry Christmas To All Our Customers Past And Present

21st December 2017

What a year 2017 has been! As it draws to an end, and we welcome 2018, we want to take this time to thank each and everyone of you for an amazing year, within our company and industry thus far. It was an honour to win and receive the award for ‘SME Business of the...

Check Out Our Extensive Range Of Doors

14th December 2017

What would we do without our doors? They set the tone for our homes, give us them access to them, help protect them from intruders and keep the weather out. How is your front door looking and performing at the moment? If its best days are behind it, we suggest that you install a new...

How To Keep Your Home Warm This Winter

20th November 2017

Though temperatures have noticeably dipped over the past few weeks, we have yet to experience a prolonged spell of cold weather. But remember, this is Scotland and we know how quickly the weather can take a turn for the worse. Winter will properly arrive at some stage and the last thing you want is to...

Mitchell Glass Triumphs At Scottish Borders Excellence Awards

9th November 2017

There were huge celebrations amongst the Mitchell Glass team last Friday (3rd November) after the company won ‘SME Business of the Year’ at the Scottish Borders Excellence Awards. Held at Springwood Park in the beautiful market town of Kelso, this popular flagship business awards scheme, hosted by Scottish Borders Chamber of Commerce, promotes and celebrates...

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