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How You Can Finance Your Home Improvements At Clearview

17th May 2018

We can only hope that the weather we have experienced over the last couple of weeks will continue into the summer and if it does you should be anxious to get your home looking in fantastic condition. This could involve you replacing your current windows or doors, or establishing an exciting new home setting with...

What Is A Cavity Tray And Will My Conservatory Or Orangery Need One?

3rd May 2018

There is absolutely no shame in not knowing what a cavity tray is as most of our customers don’t. However, once you have begun discussing conservatories and orangeries with a Clearview consultant you will be fully up-to-speed with its purpose and importance. A cavity tray is an internal moisture or water barrier featuring a series...

Transform Your Home With A Conservatory

1st May 2018

A point is normally reached by householders when they grow a little bored of their home surroundings and find themselves at a crossroads – do I move or improve? The money and hassle involved in relocating often edges people towards the improving route and extending with a conservatory. Wise thinking on their part as a...

Why Bringing Heritage Homes Back To Life Needn’t Be Difficult

26th April 2018

We’re forever being told that we should improve our homes on a frequent basis, but improving a Heritage or period property or house in a conservation area at all can sometimes be difficult. Firstly, you must choose products that you know will preserve the original appearance of the property and any additions that you do...

Should I Invest In Triple Glazing?

19th April 2018

Ever since we began offering triple glazed products to customers, people have been curious to know whether triple glazing is a gimmick or worth the investment. It’s definitely not a gimmick; otherwise we would refuse to stock it! In our opinion, we strongly believe that if you can afford the cost of triple glazing, you...

How To Improve Your Conservatory

12th April 2018

We bet when you first walked into your conservatory after it had been constructed, accessorised and furnished that it gave you a massive rush of adrenaline. Do you get that same feeling now? If you honestly don’t, recapturing that feeling is far from impossible; you just need to improve the space. It’s a great time...

Why Solid Roofs Are A Growing Trend

9th April 2018

Solid roofs have become a big selling product for home improvement specialists like us in recent times as conservatory owners look to make their extension habitable in all weathers. Thousands of conservatories sit empty during the summer and winter months as they offer insufficient thermal efficiency, causing their interiors to feel disproportionately warm or cold...

Do I Need Planning Permission?

5th April 2018

This question should immediately cross your mind when you are thinking about investing in a conservatory or orangery and having it added to your home. Ignoring or being oblivious to planning permission could really come back to bite you when it shouldn’t do. When a customer comes to Clearview and expresses an interest in any...

Invest In An Orangery In Time For Summer

19th March 2018

This seemingly never-ending winter is making us eagerly countdown to summer and look ahead to better weather at a time of year when it’s a real convenience to have an orangery installed. When the sun is beating down and temperatures hot up you will find yourself itching to get inside its glamourous surrounds as orangery...

Extend Your Front Entrance With A Porch

12th March 2018

Growing your home doesn’t necessarily have to involve adding a conservatory or converting the loft as you could always integrate a porch into your entranceway. UPVC or aluminium porches can come in various sizes and it’s largely stress-free getting one as most porches are considered to be a “permitted development” which avoids the need for...

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