Bifold Doors

A limited space solution

Patio doors aren’t the only solution where space is limited

There are numerous situations where given the opportunity we would like to create more light and a feeling of space in the home where we live. Quite often immediate thoughts turn to fully glazed swinging doors such as French doors, or just a single fully glazed door. However, […]

Efficient double glazing

Efficient double glazing is almost a must for today’s property

Now that energy reports are required when you come to sell your home, this can actually play to your advantage if you are thinking of either replacing previously installed and old double glazing, or installing it for the first time. Certainly installing double glazing is an […]

Shedding some light

Bi-fold patio doors – shedding some light on the subject

There is no question that French doors have been heavily influential in the field of both interior design and architecture. As their name suggests, their origins lie in France and date back to the 16th century. However it was from the 17th century onwards that the […]

Discovering the joy of bi-fold

Discovering the joy of bi-folding patio doors

Whether through the age of the sliding patio doors themselves, or the fact we have aged and are not quite as agile as we used to be, sometimes it is more of a struggle to open patio doors to their full width. Probably most of us have either watched […]

Say goodbye to sliding patio doors

Say “goodbye” to sliding patio doors and say “hello” to bifold patio doors

There is a good article written in homebuilding.co.uk which confirms what we have suspected for quite some time:

“Also known as folding sliding doors, bi-folds have seen a huge surge in popularity in recent years. The key advantages are that they allow for whole […]

Legislation a blessing

Government legislation can be a blessing at times

There is an article in Thisismoney.co.uk which discusses the impending changes to legislation whereby if you own a buy-to-let property and it was built in the Victorian era, or a little afterwards, then you are going to have to upgrade its energy saving capabilities. Now those upgrades include […]

Efficient double glazing is almost a must for today’s property

Now that energy reports are required when you come to sell your home, this can actually play to your advantage if you are thinking of either replacing previously installed and old double glazing, or installing it for the first time. Certainly installing double glazing is an investment in your home and from a financial aspect […]

Patio doors aren’t the only solution where space is limited

There are numerous situations where given the opportunity we would like to create more light and a feeling of space in the home where we live. Quite often immediate thoughts my turn to fully glazed swinging doors such as French doors, or just a single fully glazed door. However, one of the principal problems with […]

Your options for creating extra light in a reception room or kitchen

Have you got a dark area in your house – an area where you usually have the light on or where there just seems to be a lack of natural light? Often areas like this are left unlived in, usually have a few bits of furniture stuck in them, and then left alone. You will […]

Government legislation can be a blessing at times

There is an article in Thisismoney.co.uk which discusses the impending changes to legislation whereby if you own a buy-to-let property and it was built in the Victorian era, or a little afterwards, then you are going to have to upgrade its energy saving capabilities. Now those upgrades include cavity wall insulation, upgrading an old central […]

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