We have a huge range of stunning Aluminium and uPVC applications on display. Our products range includes Schüco, Smart Systems and Duraflex windows, external doors, bifold doors, sliding doors, composite front doors and Aluminium solid front doors.
The biggest homebuilding and renovating event in the UK
Whether you’re mid-way through a project or don’t know where to start, the Homebuilding & Renovating Show is brimming with bright ideas. Swap months of scouring the internet for face-to-face consultations, specialist Masterclasses and hundreds of products – all under one roof.
The inspiration starts…with a visit to Grand Designs Live
30th April – 8th May 2016
Grand Designs Live, the UK’s top contemporary home show, returns London’s ExCel from 30th April – 8th May 2016 for its 12th consecutive year. Presented by design guru Kevin McCloud and based on the hugely popular Channel 4 series, the show offers visitors a unique opportunity to see all the latest trends for the home.
Our purpose is to let you know exactly what you may expect if, after talking to us, you decide to invite us into your home for the purpose of preparing a quotation.
If you have designs and sizes, we can often provide an estimate by phone, fax or email.
Apart from the many problems of dampness caused by actual structural defects or uncommon site circumstances such as an underground stream for example, there is one, which, under certain circumstances, can be common to all buildings.
This form of dampness is condensation, which may be associated with a general surface wetting of an isolated area, and which might be mistaken for external water penetration. It is easy to conclude that there is a leak on a window frame for example, when a morning water puddle on a windowsill is in fact moisture condensed from within the atmosphere of the room. Perhaps the most common form of condensation that we are familiar with is that of steamed up windows, which is experienced during winter conditions when internal temperatures and humidity are high, and external temperatures are low.