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.
As we’ve previously mentioned in our blog post here, your front door is the first thing that people notice when approaching your home. So, it’s important to create a welcoming entrance. Here you can learn how to give your guests a warm welcome by adding a few distinctive touches to your front door.
Embrace a Unique House Number Plaque
The front of your home is extremely important. Why? Well, it’s one of the first things that people notice when approaching your house. There are a number of front doors that are renowned for their colour, design and style.
Here you can discover some of the most distinguished doors in the world.
1. Number 10 Downing Street
With a black front door that is widely recognised, we couldn’t not mention this door, even if its fame is down to status. However, although it is possibly one of the most renowned addresses in London what with it being the residence of the Prime Minister, members of the public would still notice if this front door was replaced with another.
In fact, on April Fool’s Day in 2006, the door became great speculation when it was claimed that it had been replaced with a red door! However the prestigious door remains as an immaculately polished black door with an iron knocker in the shape of a lion’s head and a brass letter box. And let’s not forget the bold, white number 10.
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It’s farewell to summer until next year. However, instead of mourning the loss of sunshine, you should instead embrace the upcoming season’s vibrant falling leaves along with the chance to save energy.
We know what you’re thinking: “Save energy in autumn? How is that even possible?!” Well, it is. Here you can learn how to cut costs in the cooler months.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, well, not quite, but it’s best to prepare in advance! So, what do you need to prepare for? It’s a bit early yet to prepare the Christmas pudding, however you can start ensuring that your house has optimum security.
Your home will soon start to fill up with Christmas presents so burglars will view houses as goldmines. And with the festive period being an especially popular time to visit friends and family, your house could be vacant for considerable time. What does this mean? Burglars have the perfect opportunity to intrude.
Whilst selling your home is probably the last thing you’re thinking of now you’ve managed to get on the property ladder, it’s worth considering smart home investments for the future. Here you can learn how to boost your home’s value and of course, make your house a pleasant place to live in.
Renew the Kitchen
Winter may not be here just yet, but it’s important that you give yourself plenty of time to prepare your house for when it is. Here you can learn how to get your house winter-ready.
Insulate Your Loft
Whilst you may not be looking to sell your home any time soon, there’s no harm in increasing its profitability for when you do. This way, you won’t have to manically improve your home and fork out a lot of money in one go when you want to put your house on the market.
So, what can you do to add value to your home? Take a look at our tips to find out.
Just because it’s your house, it doesn’t mean you automatically feel safe. And if you don’t feel safe, it can be frightening. You can feel edgy in your own home and may even lose sleep over the fact that in your mind, your safety is at risk.
It’s important to not only feel secure at home, but to put things in place to ensure that you are actually secure, rather than just feeling like you are. Find out more here.
If you’re considering having double glazed windows installed into your home, then you’ll want to know if they’re worth the investment, and rightly so. Here you can find out all about double glazed windows, from the key assets to how long they last.
Read more: The Benefits of different window styles
When it comes to saving money, everyone wants in on the secret, and here at Heath Windows we’ll share with you a few tips on how to reduce the cost of your household bills. And no, we’re not going to tell you to convert to the Amish faith. Take a look to see how you can lower your bills.
Switch off Electrical Devices at the Wall
It may be tempting to leave the phone charger by your bedside plugged in. You can charge your phone in an instant, without having to faff around with turning the plug on (or making the mistake of thinking your phone is charging when it’s not even on at the wall – guilty!). However, you’d be surprised by how much a small amount of electricity can add up over time.
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