Choosing that new composite winter door

We know that the entrance to your home is not just a walk through to get to another room but it is often the first thing people see when visit.  This is why having a nice front door can say so much about who lives inside. However, sometimes what we may feel is going to be the best choice of front door to make a good impression, actually turns out to be a total nightmare when it comes to the ...

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Reduce energy bills with a new composite front door from Jackson Glass

Recently you may have noticed all the media attention focused on energy companies in relation to their highly publicised price hikes this winter.  Call it bad timing when more people will be switching the thermostats up or even an excuse to increase profit margins for shareholders, the news has most definitely not been welcomed.  In fact, it is promising to leave many people with considerably higher costs in heating their homes this year into next. 

Here at Jackson Glass, we ...

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No use crying over broken windows…

Dealing with broken windows in the winter has to be one of the most daunting prospects for anyone.  Aside from the fact that you may feel your home or garage is suddenly not as secure as it could be, you have to cope with much more adverse weather conditions outside potentially losing heat in the process which is very costly.

Whether your window is suddenly not shutting properly or there has been an accident and the glass has got broken, ...

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Mirror mirror on the wall…

When it comes to creating a space that increases the reflection of light within a room, while deceptively giving the feel of a much larger space, a bespoke mirror is usually at the centre of the illusion.  But what makes this simple creation so important is how it’s made and how it fits into the scheme of things.

Too intrusive and it will be the only thing people see but professionally measured and fitted, it will enhance your living space.

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