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We are passionate about home improvements and particularly about windows and doors.

We see windows and doors as more than something that opens and closes to let you or the light in and out. We see them as extensions of your personality and an expression of the way that you like to live. We love getting to know our customers and the reasons why they choose particular windows and doors. Do you choose a brightly coloured door or will you fall back to a safe neutral position when you come to the final choice? Will you change from the existing colour and arrangement or will you make a radical change.

These journeys fascinate us and we are here to help make that journey exciting for you. A major purchase for your home should be exciting and give you pleasure for many years to come. Our news pages help to give you some insight to our personality and help you think more about the choices you make.

As always, if you have any questions, please get in touch.

Miall and the team at Heath Windows and Doors.

 

Spring will soon be here and what better way to embrace the stunning season than by introducing window boxes to your sills? You’ll effortlessly add a pop of colour and cheer to your house, plus have the pleasure of watching spring flowers bloom from the comfort of your own home! Discover our top tips and inspiring ideas for spring window boxes here.

Are you looking to buy a house soon? Well then you’ll need to know what to look out for when viewing different properties and if you’re a first time buyer, you won’t have a clue where to start!

Here you can learn of the essential things to ask yourself, or the estate agent, when looking at houses to buy. Be sure to have this trusty check list to hand when making your way around the viewings. You’ll save yourself money in the long run.

This time next week Christmas will be completely over. Whilst you may think it’s a time to be sad that the jolly season has come to an end, think of all the new presents you’ve received!

Are you now a proud owner of a stylish food mixer? Did you get that Smart TV you’ve been eyeing up? Well then you’ll want to know how to keep these precious items safe. Here you can find out how to protect your new Christmas gifts.

Your New Year resolutions are likely to be one of the following: exercise more, eat healthier and give up a habit that you hate. But, have you considered trying to save money in the New Year? If you have, you’ve probably gone about it in the wrong way.

Perhaps you’ve tried to curb your shopping habit, and let’s face it, that's fairly unrealistic what with January sales enticing you with your gifted Christmas money. However, there’s a much easier way that you can save money and that is to be more energy efficient in your home.

Take a look at our tips to find out how to make your home as energy efficient as possible.

Christmas may be the most wonderful time of the year, but unfortunately it’s also the busiest time of the year for burglars. Why? Well, as you can imagine, houses are more likely to contain more valuables over the Christmas period what with the many electrical appliances, gadgets and toys being bought left, right and centre.

So, which items are most likely to get stolen? Find out here and learn how you can protect your home from being raided by a burglar.

Burglars love Christmas, and we’re not just saying that because of Christmas classic Home Alone’s plot! It’s common knowledge that burglars are drawn to homes over the festive season, what with the abundance of presents being bought.

You’ve no doubt started your Christmas shopping. In fact, if you’re super organised, you may even have finished! So, what can you do to step up your security and prevent intruders from breaking in? Find out here.

With Christmas just around the corner, now is the perfect time to craft a beautiful wreath to add some festive cheer to your front door. Here you can learn how to make the most of materials lying around your home (or outside) to create classic or contemporary Christmas wreaths that will greet your guests with a warm welcome.

Go for Classic: Wonderfully White

Want to create an icy-looking arctic circle? Here’s how:

Christmas is just around the corner and you’ll no doubt want to start getting out your Christmas decorations soon. However, before you start placing candelabras on your window sills and fixing fairy lights around your window frames, you need to do a bit of prep: cleaning!

Whilst it’s probably your least favourite house chore, it’s one of those things that you just have to get done. Knowing how to clean window frames and sills properly may not be something you’re familiar with, so we’ve put together a guide to help you. Not only will you be able to have them looking good for Christmas, but it’ll keep them in good condition for longer too.

7858523 origAre you faced with the dilemma of choosing blinds or curtains to dress your windows? We feel your pain. It’s a tricky decision, right? And as much as it would be nice to have both, sometimes it’s not that feasible, especially in terms of cost! Well, here you can learn the pros and cons of each to help with the decision making process.

Are you faced with the dilemma of choosing blinds or curtains to dress your windows? We feel your pain. It’s a tricky decision, right? And as much as it would be nice to have both, sometimes it’s not that feasible, especially in terms of cost! Well, here you can learn the pros and cons of each to help with the decision making process.

4748486 origCleaning windows can be quite frustrating; you think you’re getting somewhere and then those unsightly streaks make an appearance. Well, if you follow our tips, you can say goodbye to smears and achieve gleaming windows, without having to pay a professional window cleaner.

1. Use Distilled Water to Dilute

With glass, you can see absolutely everything so it’s important that you don’t make the mistake of using tap water to dilute your glass cleaner. Whilst you may think water is water, you couldn’t be more wrong when it comes to window cleaning.