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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...

Why You Should Invest In A Conservatory From Clearview This Summer

7th March 2018

The super snowy days some of us experienced last week may make summer seem a million miles away but it will be here before you know it and why not see it in from the gorgeous surrounds of a conservatory. Conservatories are big sellers in the run-up to summer and you can easily understand why...

Double Glazing vs Triple Glazing: The Right Windows For You

5th March 2018

Single glazed windows ruled the roost in the world of windows until double glazed came on the scene and stole its thunder, something that triple glazing is somewhat doing to double glazing nowadays. You would struggle to get triple glazed windows in the UK until a few years ago as it was traditionally reserved for...

Why Choose Clearview Home Improvements For Your Project?

19th February 2018

One of the toughest tasks you have as a homeowner when looking to purchase replacement windows or a brand new lifestyle extension is choosing a trustworthy home improvement company. It’s always worth speaking to family and friends to see if there’s a particular firm that they would recommend and when doing so you’re likely to...

Interior Design Ideas For Your Conservatory

13th February 2018

When space is harder and harder to come by at your home and you’re desperate for more it, a conservatory is a definite answer to your problems. A newly installed conservatory is a total blank canvas where you can really stamp your personality just like you will have done in the rest of the house....

When Do You Need Building Regulation Approval?

8th February 2018

According to gov.uk, “you must check if you need approval before you construct or change buildings in certain ways. You don’t need to get approval yourself if you use someone registered with a competent person scheme. Building regulations approval is different from planning permission. You might need both.”   It is imperative that you check...

Orangeries vs Conservatories: The Right Glass Extension For Your Home

6th February 2018

When parting with a significant amount of money, you want to be 100% sure you’re investing in the right product for you. This applies with conservatories and orangeries alike.   They aren’t the same thing, which may shock some of you. There is, in fact, major differences between them both. Conservatories were originally built to...

Clearview Agrees 3-Year Sponsorship Deal With Local Hockey Club

1st February 2018

In May of last year, Clearview sponsored a World Record attempt for the most players in an Exhibition Hockey Match held at the UCLAN arena in Preston. It was a fantastic occasion, with all proceeds raised from the event going to St Catherine’s Hospice, and something of a catalyst behind us recently agreeing to sponsor...

Why Should You Install A Secure Composite Door?

24th January 2018

Why settle for a basic, non-secure door that will cost you the same in maintenance as it did to buy it when you can have a composite door?   Composite doors from Clearview boast, that not only are they outstanding in technical excellence, but they are also visually pleasing. There’s an abundance of composite door...

How To Protect Your Windows Against Condensation

16th January 2018

Condensation is a real problem in many households during the autumn and winter seasons. It’s unsightly and potentially damaging in a number of ways when left and ignored. Mould and damp can eventually occur and this can cause inhabitants to suffer from respiratory problems such as asthma. Any aggressive mould and damp can even cause...

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