West Yorkshire Windows and Clearview Home Improvements – both part of Conservatory Outlet’s network of dealers – have been shortlisted in separate categories at this year’s annual G11 awards.
The G Awards are the most prestigious double glazing and conservatories industry awards and to be shortlisted companies must demonstrate total pride and professionalism in every aspect of their business from sales and marketing to design and installation, right through to after-sales service.
West Yorkshire Windows are one of four shortlisted companies in the Installer of the Year category, and Clearview Home Improvements have been named as a finalist in the Conservatory Installer of the Year category.
The former was a founder member of the Conservatory Outlet network of dealers and the latter has been a Conservatory Outlet dealer ever since its establishment in 2008.
Wakefield-based West Yorkshire Windows also has luxury indoor showrooms in Leeds and Doncaster and has been trading continuously for over 18 years. The company will face stiff competition from three other very successful installers; Sherborne, KJM Windows and Alumet Systems.
Clearview Home Improvements now has four showrooms following the recent opening of a Nantwich branch and was also shortlisted in the G10 awards last year. To be victorious this year the North-West dealer company will have to outshine Charles Christianson, P&P Glass and Sherborne.
The winners will be announced live at the prestigious G11 Awards & Gala Dinner which will be hosted by comedian Sean Lock at the Hilton Park Lane Hotel in London, on 25 November.
When you have a back garden you want or at least should make use of it as often as you can. It is a perfect place to send the children while you can keep your eyes on them and a great location for the annual summer barbecue with friends and family. Therefore it makes sense to give yourself the easiest access possible to the rear of your home.
French doors and patio doors are your best option when you want to create a pathway between the home and garden. When fully opened, a French or patio door will give you an opening into the outdoors so that you can get into the garden in the quickest time possible at your own leisure.
However, they offer more than just an opening. Their fine lines and beautifully glazed interior and exterior will catch the eye of everyone who sees them and are certain to improve the overall appearance of your property.
When correctly locked, they will also enhance security in the home as they both come fitted with multi-point and tamper-free locking systems. The durability and strength of each lock is indisputable as the chances of anyone managing to break into your property are made that bit more difficult with a French or patio door lock in place.
Your front or back door can speak volumes about your property. We use them on a daily basis, but often fail to give them the attention they deserve. This is surprising when you consider that they are generally the central entrance points into your home. However we at Conservatory Outlet are aware of a door that you will take tremendous pride in each and every time you use it.
French doors offer something completely different to a traditional front or back door in terms of its beauty, practicality and the way it can be opened. Consisting of two separate doors, a French door will open both inwards and outwards, presenting you with the opportunity to ventilate your property in a way that you can’t with any other type of door.
We also promise that a French door will illuminate the entire interior of your home as when it comes into contact with direct sunlight it will transfer large amounts of it inside. This will make your home that bit more welcoming and inviting throughout the day and will hopefully encourage you to invite more of your friends and family over.
Before installing your new doors, we will visit your property and custom-build them so that you have something which only serves to complement the rest of your home. You can choose from a total of 9 stylish finishes to further help match them up to the existing appearance of your property and give it a huge lift.
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Fuel poverty is of grave concern throughout the UK. In Scotland alone it is predicted that around one million homeowners are living in fuel poverty. As a result, the Scottish government has pledged an extra £5 million to help tackle it by providing property owners with heating systems and insulation.
Whether the coalition government will follow suit remains to be seen, but it would seem unlikely with widespread cuts being announced across the board and the possibility of another recession looming. This means that you may have to take responsibility for lowering the cost of fuel bills by yourself and adding UPVC windows to your home is a good place to start.
Many may shudder at the thought of double glazing and associate it with rogue salesman turning up at your front door, but the fact is that contemporary windows are essential in the modern home. It consists of two panes of glass which come fixed to a heat insulating UPVC frame designed to trap and store large pockets of heat.
This then gives you the luxury of being able to use your heating less which then cuts the cost of your energy bills and the amount of fuel that you use throughout the day, thus keeping you out of the fuel poverty that so many families across the land dread.
The chances of conventional energy coming down in price is slim to none as the current high cost of energy is in part…
Cheshire and Lancashire homeowners thirst for home improvements shows no signs of slowing as Clearview Home Improvements have opened their 4th showroom in just four years.
Clearview’s brand new showroom on the immensely popular Nantwich Trade Park opened on 24th September and firmly establishes the company’s reputation as being one of the country’s leading suppliers of conservatories, orangeries and double glazing.
With many homeowners in the region now opting to renovate their existing property rather than move, Clearview have experienced an unprecedented amount of interest in their growing product range, hastening their need for an extra showroom.
Clearview are also aware that there will be an influx of people looking to improve their home in time for Christmas and a new showroom will help them capitalise on this rapidly increasing market. It is located next to complementary outlets such as Topps Tiles, The Garden Centre and the Plum Centre.
Their Nantwich showroom will be open 7 days a week and gives homeowners further opportunity to view each conservatory in an environment which best replicates that of the home. It also features a fully furnished orangery, plus windows and doors.
As in Clearview’s three other showrooms located in Holmes Chapel, Preston and Warrington, design consultants will be on hand throughout the showroom so that customers can obtain knowledgeable advice and expertise with no obligation to buy.
Further products such as the firm’s patio doors, bi-folding doors and French doors will also be on full…