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Do I Need To Get Planning Permission?

25th March 2019

Planning permission obligations probably won’t be at the forefront of your mind if you have decided to extend space at the rear of your house with a conservatory or orangery or improve your entrance courtesy of a porch installation. In fact, thoughts about planning permission may not have entered into your head at all as...

Inspirational Ideas For Your Conservatory Interior

20th March 2019

Spring has finally sprung which means lighter nights and warmer days lie ahead, a season that’s best enjoyed somewhere ultra-glamorous, like the inside of your conservatory. But, before you go and exploit the space this spring through till summer, give it a good spring clean first and maybe think about shaking up its look to...

How To Prevent Condensation Spoiling Your Windows

12th March 2019

After an almost tropical end to February, temperatures have dipped again which will come as a bitter blow to householders who are fed up of waking up to wet windows this winter, namely excess condensation.   It can make the prettiest of windows look really unsightly and when left untreated it can cause damp and...

Why Now Is The Time To Invest In A Home Extension For Summer

7th March 2019

Last month, we got an unexpected but small taste of what the weather might be like this summer. It may have got you thinking about extending your home with a conservatory or orangery so that you can fully savour summer when it arrives in a beautiful new home setting – if this summer is anything...

Modern Or Traditional - Which Replacement Windows Will Best Suit Your Property?

25th February 2019

There is more pressure on your shoulders than you may realise when replacing your old windows as any new windows must complement your property’s character and transform it into a better-looking home. Make the wrong choice and you risk spoiling the exterior and losing much of its original charm. It’s highly unlikely you will do...

When Do You Need Building Regulations Approval?

11th February 2019

If you are thinking about having some sort of building work done at your property, have you stopped for a moment to consider whether the work you want to have carried out requires building regulations approval first? It all depends on what you want to do. An important thing to point out from the very...

Show Your Windows And Doors Some Love This Valentine's Day

6th February 2019

“Love is in the air, everywhere I look around.” That’s the kind of atmosphere you should try to generate at home for Valentine’s Day if a nice romantic night in is on the cards for you and your partner. In the lead-up to next Thursday, tear up the takeaway menus and hone your culinary skills...

Orangery vs Conservatory: Which Is Right For You?

1st February 2019

You can never have enough space at home. When the point is reached where internal spaciousness has practically disappeared and no amount of decluttering seems to be helping to restore it, you should either move to a bigger place or inject space with the installation of an orangery or conservatory. The current precarious state of...

4 Ways To Maximise Your Property's Value With Clearview

21st January 2019

The current Brexit impasse is causing huge uncertainty in lots of different areas not least the impact the situation will have on the housing market both in the short and long-term. This may leave anyone hoping to sell their home in 2019 fretting a little that they won’t be able to attract buyers and/or secure...

BIG ENERGY SAVING WEEK – Clearview’s Top 5 Energy Saving Tips

16th January 2019

Did you know that this week is Big Energy Saving Week in the UK? If you didn’t, you certainly do now! This annual national campaign, which runs from 21st – 27th January, is the brainchild of Citizens Advice as they seek to help people cut their energy bills and get all the financial support they...

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