We have an extremely versatile range of windows including, uPVC casement, uPVC flush casement, uPVC French casement, uPVC tilt and turn and uPVC sliding sash windows. These window styles will add a stunning and timeless aesthetic to any home. You can also control the level of ventilation and reduce the risk of condensation.
By having double glazing in your new windows, you can improve the thermal performance of your Horndon on the Hill home. The glass panes trap the warm air and retain your property’s natural heat, keeping it at an appropriate level. Continuous insulation is a fantastic way to keep you warm throughout the year.
You can choose from a wide selection of uPVC and aluminium doors, including uPVC doors, composite doors, uPVC stable doors, uPVC French doors, uPVC patio doors, uPVC bi-fold doors and aluminium bi-fold doors. By upgrading your doors, you can benefit from many practical benefits and secure your Horndon on the Hill home against all weather conditions. Double glazing in our doors, especially French, patio and bi-fold doors, will help to keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer whilst enjoying the view of your garden. The external glass pane will prevent excess solar gain so that you do not overheat in the summer. You can live comfortably in your home without feeling too hot or cold.
Conservatories are a great way to extend your home and create an additional living space. Whether you are looking for a summer social space or a new dining room, conservatories are completely versatile and can be designed to meet your needs. Our installations come in a range of styles, including Victorian and lean-to. Horndon on the Hill homeowners often chooses conservatories due to their panoramic views. Even in the coldest weather, you can still make the most of your garden in your new space. The windows will be double glazed to enhance the thermal performance further and ensure that you can use your conservatory all year round.
Conservatory roofs are a major factor when it comes to insulating your Horndon on the Hill home. Properties often lose their heat through the roofs, and by replacing your roof, you can help restore your conservatory. Over time, underperforming conservatories become too hot, cold or noisy. By choosing to replace your roof and have a glass conservatory roof, or tiled roofs with glass panels, you can improve your homes energy efficiency. The double glazing will insulate your conservatory so that it can be enjoyed at all times. Our conservatory roofs can cater to a wide range of conservatory styles.