If you follow us on social media, you would have seen that we have released a brainteaser recently featuring 3 double glazed windows (above). We have had an amazing amount of people posting the correct (and wrong) answers on our Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages. It is always good to see people take part in our fun & games and we hope you enjoyed this one.
Fitter Windows offer a wide range of different styles of double glazed windows and doors. One of our more popular ranges is our stunning collection of Heritage windows. These windows are ideal for adding all of the modern security and benefits of uPVC windows, but with all of the style of your classic heritage windows. This makes them perfect for a whole host of different period properties. They have even made a great difference to our customers living in listed buildings across the UK.
One of the most asked questions we always have from new customers is “Why is condensation forming on my old windows”. Stopping window condensation is a common problem for people with old, single glazed windows, or even people with very old, broken double glazed units.
As we enter 2017, looking at the home improvement trends from the end of 2016 has given us a good idea of what is going to be on trend for home improvement in 2017. From our survey at the end of 2016, we found that adding double glazed windows to your home is still the most desired aspect potential buyers would look for when purchasing a new home. This was no surprise, but there are many reasons behind this, and some of these will be featured in our 2017 review below, first one bring “Energy Efficiency”.
When spending a reasonable amount on high quality, replacement double glazed windows you really need to know this is a sound investment. To answer this, and other, questions we have been speaking with SellingUp.com who have recently undertaken a survey of over 2000 UK people to find what really makes people part with their money when looking to buy a new home.
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On average, it takes a burglar just 8-12 minutes to rob your home. Most home burglaries are by opportunist burglars, who are looking for a quick and easy way into your home. Don’t make this easy for them, read our quick article below on the most common things burglars will look for to enter your home and what you can do to secure your home. From replacement windows and doors through to remembering to cancel your newspapers, we cover every aspect to help you keep your home safe and secure.
uPVC windows and doors are becoming more and more popular as a maintenance free option for windows and doors. With our wide range of high quality uPVC windows and composite doors, the question on every bodies lips seems to be – “What is uPVC?”.
uPVC sash windows are becoming ever more popular and shutters and sash windows work together to create a great look for your property. While uPVC sash windows are easy to clean, they do require a bit of tender loving care to keep them looking their best all year round.
Fitter Windows have put together one of the toughest movie quizzes you will ever see! All you have to do is name the movies and characters from each photograph. Sounds simple, give it a try and see how you do. Be sure to then come back over to Fitter Windows to get an instant price for your replacement windows and doors, making your house look straight out of the movies.
When it comes to buying replacement windows & doors for your home, getting the best possible price and a high quality product are the two main things we look for. It can be a fairly daunting thing to purchase for any homeowner, with so many different companies trying to sell you their windows and doors and everybody saying theirs is the best.
Found this company online, used their online builder to design the door I wanted for the house. It was really easy to use and I've now spoken to somebody there to place my order and arranged for somebody to come and measure everything up for me. Saved a bunch and they where very helpful, can't wait for the new door to come now!!