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PVCU and Aluminium in Slimline Doors and Replacement Windows

Un-plasticized Polyvinyl Chloride (uPVC) was once unusual with double glazing. Nowadays, it is extremely popular and in fact recommended by experts. Many companies choose this material for its advantages. There are also disadvantages. Even compared to aluminium, uPVC provides a viable alternative. The material, when used in glass doors for example, offers value in terms of cost of materials. Pricing is a major decision factor for doors and this material …Read More

A Peek into the Future of Home Interior Design

There’s no doubt homes are getting smarter. Technology has advanced so much in recent years that elements in homes today would have been hard to imagine not long ago. Smartphones, tablets, and touchscreens do more than anyone envisioned. Energy efficient windows and doors are available for any home, saving consumers money on electric and heating bills in the long run. A great advance, this is also at a time when …Read More

UltraSlim Door Frames Stand Up to Their Name

One of the things to look at when choosing a door is its frame. Not only does the frame impact how the door itself will look, but how much of a view you have through it. The actual value of the frame width doubles when two doors are used and are in a closed position. Depending on the application, such variations can be significant. If you have a picturesque view …Read More

Benefits of Installing a bifolding patio door

Energy efficiency can be achieved in many ways. Slimline Doors offers a product that contributes to energy savings and the cost of bills. At the same time, the door products add warmth and comfort in the winter. Keeping in the heat is the key. Heating systems and electricity are not used as much, leading to financial savings. If you’re concerned about your home’s carbon footprint, a bifolding patio door can …Read More

The Appeal of Energy Efficient Doors and Architectural Glass

There are many ways to spruce up the look of a home. Some in fact can make it more energy efficient and ultimately add value. Sightline Doors recently added contemporary options such as architectural glass. These provide great choices to people who have considered brick or concrete posts, wrought iron railings, or wooden fencing. Curved glass has many applications and Glass Balustrades are a clean and attractive way to renovate. …Read More

Aluminum Bi-Folding Glass Doors

Framed or frameless glass doors are suitable for just about any property. Those with an aluminum frame can compliment existing windows with many different styles. For various other modern or traditional styles, frameless versions come in numerous types to go with the desired glass and the overall décor. SunSeeker Doors, like Slimline Doors, offers aluminum frames with bi-folding doors. Aluminum is a stronger material than others, such as PVC for …Read More

CE Markings Prove Double-Glazed Doors and Windows Meet Current Standards

  Starting in July 2012, the application of the CE mark was extended to construction products. Glazed doors and windows used externally were immediately affected by this. A CE mark has been applied to many different products over the years to prove they meet strict quality and performance standards. The label means that products from Slimline Doors must match up to the performance standard to have the distinction. Providing a …Read More

Home Makeover Tips

Getting a home makeover can be beneficial in many ways. It can be viable alternative to buying a new home, and a cheaper option as well. While homeowners often struggle with the decision and weighing the costs, renovations can actually pay off in the long run. Fixing up your home may not cost as much as you think. Rising house prices reflect a volatile market, but research has shown that …Read More

Finding the Best Patio Doors

There are many aspects to consider when choosing patio doors. In addition to the style, frame, and glass type, you should also think about the actual type of door you want. A French door and bi fold types require hinges; most importantly, these need to support the weight of the doors. In contrast, sliding doors will do fine with top supports. You can even have them rest freely on the …Read More

CE Markings Prove Double-Glazed Doors and Windows Meet Current Standards

Starting in July 2012, the application of the CE mark was extended to construction products. Glazed doors and windows used externally were immediately affected by this. A CE mark has been applied to many different products over the years to prove they meet strict quality and performance standards.   The label means that products from Slimline Doors must match up to the performance standard to have the distinction. Providing a …Read More