Before starting any building work or home improvements it is essential to obtain the correct planning permission – failure to do so can result in expensive. In our recent series of planning permissions guides we have covered the regulations around extensions, now it time to look at planning permission for windows.
In this post MPS explain how double glazing works so if you are in the process of planning your own home renovation this post will provide you with the information to make an informed decision.
When renovating your home installing energy efficient glazing is a no brainer, it helps reduce your bills and carbon footprint. This can be achieved through the use of double, triple glazing, secondary glazing or even thicker curtains.
We demand a lot from our homes, they need to accommodate the ever changing number of occupants, through various stages of our lives. When our houses fall short of our needs we start trolling through RightMove however increasingly owners are looking to adapt their homes.
Whether it is the costs associated with moving, potential interest rate changes, or a growing family, many people will see staying put and adapting their home as the most viable option.
If you are considering building work you will probably be doing your research into the type of extension you wish to make.
MPS want to give a little back to our customers this winter and if you place an order with us between now and 30th November 2019 for installation in January 2020, you will be eligible for one of the following items…
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.
Supporting the local community has always been at the heart of our business and over the years we have helped and joined a number of good local causes.