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DO DOUBLE GLAZING WINDOWS ONLY BE AVAILABLE IN WHITE?

There was a time when you just really got double glazing windows, particularly if they were made from PVCu or uPVC, in white. Coloured windows were quite an unheard-of thing. Because of that fact, many individuals believe that this is still the case. Thanks to advancements and enhancements to the technology and engineering of PVC […]

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ARE UPVC WINDOWS BETTER THAN ALUMINIUM?

If you are in the marketplace for a brand-new set of windows or even just a small number of replacements and weighing up your choices, you will probably have encountered the olden debate of whether aluminium or PVCu windows are much better. This is not a brand-new conversation and one that riles up both sides

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WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT CONDENSATION BETWEEN VARIOUS PANES ON DOUBLE GLAZING?

Experts will inform you that misting or condensation in your double-glazed windows isn’t really an issue which can be repaired. At least, your window won’t have the ability to ever be restored back to its original performance level. That does not suggest that there aren’t ways of handling the issue. You can either replace the

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Brighton preps for £100m April opening of new Lanes development

Brighton will see a £100 million retail development opening next month as the coastal town continues to transform its shopping offer with a massive makeover of parts of the historic Lanes shopping district. A new Lane has been created by converting Hanningtons, the upscale department store that closed in 2015, to create 13 new shops,

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Brighton i360 seafront tower reaches ‘first milestone’

The tower will have an observation pod giving views of the city from the site of the old West Pier Construction of the UK’s tallest observation tower outside London has reached its first milestone, according to developers. Contractors have built a 120-metre (394ft) pipe to divert a Victorian sewer that was blocking the foundations of

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Brighton Arches get £9m for urgent rebuilding

A derelict Victorian structure on Brighton seafront is to be rebuilt with £9m funding from the Department for Transport.Brighton and Hove City Council said the former West Street Shelter Hall was in very poor condition and needed to be replaced urgently. The structure, part of Brighton Arches, supports the upper promenade at the junction of

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