• Glazing Blog

    If you have bought from the garden centre or on line,  small vegetable plants for putting in the veg plot later in the year, the chances are they will need potting on by this stage.  Many vegetable plants are not fully  hardy, such as cucumbers, courgettes, squash, tomatoes, aubergine chillies and more which means that in most parts of the UK it is still too cold to plant them out.The small [...]

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    Bliss! Great gardening weather. I am not a fair weather gardener, but the sight of such blue skies really raises the spirits as well as the trowel.This time of year is good for planting out new shrubs. I am going to plant some Rhododendrons in a woodland part  of the garden, and have three ready in pots once the hard work of clearing the area is finished. Plants in pots can get very dry and it [...]

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    The Mayor of London has announced a new £3.3m fund to regenerate Bow town centre, including the historic Roman Road.Tower Hamlets placed a successful bid to transform the Bow area, which includes better traffic management, new outdoor spaces, and more cycle and transport facilities. Bow has been allocated the £3.3m fund as part of the capital’s multi-million pound Liveable Neighbourhoods [...]

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    The beauty of a bi folding door is when it's completely open, it produces a smooth transition from your home into the garden. Smooth that is if you have a flush limit. A threshold that sticks out up and needs to be stepped over, is not just unsightly but likewise a safety concern. If you take a look at most of the doors, French doors and outdoor patio doors in your house, you'll discover you [...]

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    Gliding doors look chic as well as make any kind of structure appear much more eye-catching. You do not require muscle mass power to slide a gliding outdoor patio door along its track. A moving door should move conveniently, without using physical pressure. Preferably, you must have the ability to open it with one hand while holding a round of beverages in the other. If it takes a higher [...]

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    We've all heard the barking engines of aircrafts flying above us, yet what is it like for those living next to the busiest airport terminal in Europe?  Harry Patel has actually been Heathrow's closest neighbour for 23 years, with his end of balcony house just 300 lawns from Terminal 4. Thankfully, there's a method to protect residences from the severe levels of noise. Read on as we take a [...]

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    Whether it's a sunroom, loft space conversion or simply new doors-- homeowners would like to know whether their house improvement deserves the financial investment. For points like extensions, it's a case of evaluating whether they will get sufficient usage out of it to call for the expense-- and what worth it will certainly add to the residential property. But for power reliable windows, [...]

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