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Just how old is double glazing ?

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If you have every wondered just how old double glazing is then you may be interested in this article. Today the term Double Glazing is synonymous with cheap, shoddy, imitation windows that have blighted our housing stock. Because of this devastation … Continue reading

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Want new windows, just change the glass!

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Seems the glass industry wants to cut out the middle man, the frame manufacturers! Okay you need to know this is written by a frame manufacturer so it may be biased but according to reports, there is much talk and … Continue reading

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Uniglaze 2 in administration

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More grim news from the industry with the news that administrators have been called into sealed unit manufacturers Uniglaze ” a respected manufacturer of sealed units in Norfolk. Seems that Swift Group Holdings tried to help Uniglaze in April 2011 but further problems … Continue reading

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Grade I listed property gets new double glazing.


According to the This is Bath, a local Grade I Listed property is set to get new double glazing. The St John’s Hospital charity reckons its city centre almshouses will be among the first grade one historic listed buildings in England … Continue reading

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