Are you looking to replace the front or back doors in your home but aren’t quite sure about the differences between composite and uPVC doors? In this post we will cover the key differences, allowing you to make an informed decision and ultimately choose the best product for your needs & budget.
Whether your new windows or doors are made from aluminium or uPVC, they will give you many years’ trouble free, low maintenance service. However, a few simple items of regular maintenance will prolong the life of many of the components and will avoid invalidation of the guarantee.
Whether you are looking to accommodate an ever growing family or create additional space whilst avoiding full scale building work, a new conversatory can offer the perfect solution. Buying a conversatory can not only improve your houses usability, but also add to its value. In a new series of buying guides we will look at the necessary steps required before you get a quote. So let’s start with the basics, planning permission.
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If you’ve been browsing the internet in search of those new stylish windows and doors for your home, there’s no doubt you’ve seen the multitude of options available in both style and material. Deciding between either uPVC or Aluminium can be a tough choice, so we’ve put together some pointers to help you best understand your options.
It’s common knowledge that all conservatories come at a cost, however when the perfect conservatory is designed it gives back so much more, in both extra living space and value to your property.
Did you know that your windows and doors account for an estimated 25% of total energy loss in your home? This is why it’s crucial that your new MPS Windows, doors or conservatories not only look great, but also deliver optimum levels of energy efficiency.
As mentioned in our previous blog “Choosing your Conservatory”, the style of your conservatory is a decision that requires careful consideration. Not only do you need to choose a style which complements your existing architecture, but one that’s also suited to how you plan on using your new living space.
Whether you are looking for extra living space, a way to enjoy the sun all year round, or to simply add value to your property, either way a beautifully designed conservatory will be an extraordinary addition to your home.