- Planning the installation: We can help with designing the first ideas, to drawing up for plans and helping with any planning applications if needed.
- All building work: we have qualified builders that can do any building work that is required. From blocking up an old opening, making a new opening, conservatory bases to whole new extensions. You name it we will do it.
- The electrics and plumbing we will organise too, using qualified electricians and gas safe registered plumbers.
- If you are having a new conservatory it will be ready to live in as soon as we leave.
- The flooring we can fit from wooden, laminate or tiles which we have a wide range you can choose from.
- We make sure everything is left clean and tidy before we leave after every installation. Putting back up any blinds or curtains, or even supplying new blinds. We have a range of Vertical, roller, venetian, pleated or roman blinds ask for our sample books to have a look.
Getting the most from your uPVC windows
uPVC Windows need very little maintenance, however to ensure that your new replacement windows retain their pristine appearance you should bear the following tips in mind.
Slightly dirty frames can be cleaned with warm water and washing up liquid.
Extremely dirty frames should be cleaned with a special cleaning fluid – ask your Installer.
Abrasive cleaners and dry cleaning with a duster should be avoided. Cleaning solutions and polishes that contain solvents or thinners should not be used as they will damage the frames and seals.
Double glazed windows are designed to close very tightly and conserve energy and will, under normal circumstances, prevent condensation.
However, where humidity levels are high condensation may occur on cold surfaces. This can easily be solved with correct ventilation. Windows should be opened on a daily basis sufficiently frequently to allow the moist air out and fresh air in.
Handles and Hinges
All moving parts of fittings should be lightly oiled once or twice a year to ensure that your uPVC windows will always open smoothly.
Most hinges have a built-in adjustment facility so if your double glazed window should begin to stick contact your installer as only a trained window installer has the skill necessary to make the necessary adjustments.