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The duration of your installation will be dependent on a number of factors such as the amount of windows being installed, the style of the windows and the condition of the frames that are being removed.

Generally the installer will complete five UPVC windows per day

Once the installation is complete a licenced waste clearance team will attend to collect and dispose of the old frames and glass and any other waste that from the installation

Condensation is caused by moisture which is present in the air of your property. When the warm, moist air, hits a cold surface, i.e glass, it will form condensation.

Therefore, as condensation is caused by a ventilation issue double glazing will not stop condensation. You will however find that as the internal pane of glass is coated with an energy efficient coating which helps to retain the heat inside the room you will have condensation on the external pane as this is now the coldest point

Double glazing is manufactured using two panes of glass separated by a spacer bar and filled with energy efficient argon gas to help improve sound proofing and energy efficiency.

The internal pane of glass is generally coated with heat reflective properties helping to retain heat within your home.

The cost to replace your existing windows with new double glazed windows is dependent on a number of factors such as the materiel the frames are made from such as alumnium or UPVC, the colour of the frames, the size and the quantity.

All of our quotations are tailored to your specific needs and desired specification.

The company guarantees to repair free of charge any faults of defects which prove defective as a result of faulty workmanship for a period of 15 years from the date of installation.

You may extend the full width to the rear of the property extending from the original rear external wall, if terraced then 3m, if detached then 4m. The conservatory must also cover less than 50% of the land around the original house.

Should it prove that planning permission is required, then if requested we can offer this service.

Conservatories are generally exempt from building regulations however by replacing the existing glazed roof with a solid roof and making the room now less than 70% glazed the room is no longer classed as a conservatory and therefore would require building regulation approval.

The UltraRoof380 is fully compliant with all Building Regulations and has been approved by the UK’S leading approval inspector, Jhai Contractors.  This allows the refurbishment of an existing conservatory to be completed to Building Regulations compliance standard using the UltraRoof380 without challenge or justification anywhere in England and Wales.

As part of our service we apply for building regulations on your behalf and arrange for the relevant site inspections. After completion and the final inspection you will then be issued a certificate of compliance.

The outerskin of a composite door is made up of a colour fast fibreglass or Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) skin which is laid over a 48mm foam filled or timber slab. This combination of materials makes the door strong and durable and also allows a number of different colour choices and designs.

Much like UPVC windows the cost of bifold doors can vary based on the material they are made from, the colour, size and the number of door panes required.

Our quotations are tailored based on your requirements and preferred design and the specification you require