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Our FAQs

Here you will find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about our products. We understand that you may have some questions, and we want to make sure that we provide you with the information you need! If we still haven’t answered your question, please do get in touch.

How to adjust a UPVC Doors?

If your upvc door is catching at the top or bottom, this is an easy problem to fix.

All you need is a flat-headed screwdriver, a Phillips head screwdriver and a 5mm Allen key. After removing the plastic covering of the hinge, simply insert an Allen key and turn clockwise to adjust to your required height.

To lift the door, you’ll need to adjust all three hinges. Make sure you turn the Allen key until the door begins to pull back towards the hinge side of the door frame.

You’ll need to count how many turns you make and repeat the same on each hinge. Alter each hinge until your door is able to close properly.

How to clean UPVC?

An easy and cost-effective way to clean UPVC doors is with warm soapy water and a micro-fibre cloth or sponge. This will help to remove dirt and grime quickly, such as debris and visible stains, without damaging your door frame. A warm water and soap solution is best for leaving your UPVC doors looking clean and fresh.

How much do double glazing windows cost?

The cost of double glazing typically depends on the size, style, window type and amount of windows you require. On average, to install 4 casement UPVC double glazed windows in your home will cost you up to £2,000. Standard UPVC double glazing will cost you around £300 per window, without including installation fees.

How to stop condensation on house windows?

By maintaining good air quality inside your home, this will help prevent condensation occurring on your house windows. If you keep a window open in each room, this will allow air to circulate and stay at a certain temperature.

In addition, installed extractor fans can be used to reduce condensation. They work by removing damp air before it meets a colder surface. This stops condensation forming on your windows.

Make sure you dry your clothes outside as much as possible. This helps to prevent excess moisture levels rising in your home and stop damp growth.

If you ensure your home has adequate heating, try to keep it at a moderately low room temperature when possible to keep excess moisture away.

How long do UPVC Windows last?

Depending how well looked after they are, UPVC windows will generally last up to 20 years, however this can vary between 10-35 years. The higher-quality UPVC has proven to be longer-lasting and retain its appearance for decades to come.

How much do UPVC Wwindows cost?

The cost of UPVC windows will depend on the window type, size and amount you require. A simple casement UPVC will cost you between £250 and up to £1250 for a much higher-quality tilt & turn sash window. To replace all windows for a smaller detached house, you will need a budget of up to £4,900. However, we often have deals available, get in touch and ask us about them!

How to fit roller blinds to UPVC Windows?

The first step is to mark the place where you want to fit your brackets. After you have done this, you need to align the holes in the bracket with your markings. Take your screws and place them over the hole. With your drill, you’ll need to screw the bracket to the wall slightly loose, while making sure it is level.

Once you have made sure the bracket is sitting correctly over the holes, you will need to drill the second screw into the wall to ensure it is held securely. Make sure you go back to the first screw and complete the drilling to make it tighter.

Simply take your blinds and fully fold it up. Find the end without a control or chain and insert it into the hole on the side of the bracket. You can do this by pressing the pin end to connect it with the bracket. You should hear a click once it is properly fitted. Finally, test it by pulling the mechanism and ensure it fully extends.

How to stop draughts from UPVC Windows?

A cheaper alternative to preventing draughts from UPVC windows is by applying draught proofing strips. This will help to seal any unwanted gaps and retain the heat in your property.

If you have a bigger budget, triple glazing is the ultimate solution to blocking draughts from windows. Triple glazing is made up of three glass panels to boost thermal efficiency while reducing heat loss.

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