• July 11, 2016
    • 1992
    Modern Conservatories

    Modern Conservatories

    In the not so distant past, let’s say the 1980’s, conservatories were often constructed with low quality materials and regular glass or plastic roofs. People found them to be like an oven in the summer and an ice box in the winter, so unsurprisingly, they could be found to be storing the over-spill from your

    • May 18, 2016
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    Conservatory Roof Upgrades

    Conservatory Roof Upgrades

    Older conservatories with roofs made from plastic or regular glass are often too hot in the summer and hard to warm in the winter, leaving you with an area of your home that is a fantastic space, but not being used to its full potential. All Year Round Comfort Manufacturers have, over the years, developed
    • March 8, 2016
    • 2572
    How Secure Is Your Front Door?

    How Secure Is Your Front Door?

    According to official statistics from the home office, 67% of burglars break in through the door. Fortunately door manufacturers have been working with the police for many years, developing doors with higher and higher security features. A police security initiative called ‘Secured by Design’ provides directives and sets out security specifications. Doors that meet the
    • February 3, 2016
    • 2625
    Double Glazing Maintenance

    Double Glazing Maintenance

    Modern double glazing is a low maintenance product, with a little spot of cleaning now and again you can retain that new look sparkle for many years with little effort. There are some scenarios where keeping some of your windows clean is a little more difficult due to location, such as pollen stains or stubborn

    • October 13, 2015
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    Triple Glazing vs Double Glazing

    Triple Glazing vs Double Glazing

    Is triple glazing better than double glazing? As you would expect, there is no straight forward answer to this question, however, we can explore some different scenarios and look at the benefits of triple glazing over double glazing in the three key areas; noise reduction, energy efficiency and security. Ultimately, value for money will have

    • July 13, 2015
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    Do you need planning permission for a conservatory

    Do you need planning permission for a conservatory

    Do you need planning permission for a conservatory? The regulations regarding planning permission, effective from 1st October 2008, deems that a single story conservatory is considered to be permitted development, so in most cases, planning permission is not required for your conservatory. There are some limitations and conditions where planning permission would be required. Should
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