Whether you're looking to upgrade your home's energy efficiency or simply enhance its aesthetics, windows play a crucial role. In this FAQ, we'll cover common queries about window types, materials, installation processes, maintenance tips, and more. Whether you're a homeowner, contractor, or DIY enthusiast, we aim to provide comprehensive answers to your window-related questions.

Below are the list of windows we offer

Casements: Embrace the beauty of functionality with our stunning casement windows. Designed to effortlessly blend style and practicality, these windows open up your world to fresh air and natural light.

Bays: Transform your space into a captivating haven with our elegant bay windows. Offering panoramic views and a touch of architectural splendor, these windows create a seamless connection between your indoor and outdoor spaces.

Bow Bays: Experience the epitome of sophistication with our bow bay windows. These gracefully curved masterpieces enhance your home's charm while providing a cozy alcove for relaxation and admiration.

Vertical Sliders: Step into a timeless era with our meticulously crafted Vertical Slider windows. Combining traditional design with modern convenience, these windows add a touch of classic elegance to any setting.

Regular maintenance and cleaning are important for keeping your windows in optimal condition. To clean your windows, use a mild detergent solution and a soft cloth or sponge to remove dirt and grime. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or tools that could scratch the glass or damage the frame. Additionally, inspect your windows periodically for any signs of damage or wear, and address any issues promptly to prevent further damage.

The duration of window installation varies depending on factors such as the number of windows being replaced, the type of windows, and the complexity of the installation. On average, the installation process can take anywhere from a few hours to a few days.

When replacing your windows, there are several factors to consider, including energy efficiency, aesthetics, budget, and local building codes. Prioritize energy-efficient windows with high-performance glass and properly insulated frames to reduce heating and cooling costs. Additionally, consider the style and design of your new windows to complement the architectural style of your home. Finally, hire a reputable contractor with experience in window installation to ensure a professional and seamless replacement process.

Residential Doors: Welcome elegance and security into your home with our selection of residential doors. Crafted with precision, these doors redefine your entryway and provide a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Composite Doors: Experience the ultimate fusion of aesthetics and durability with our composite doors. These masterpieces combine modern technology with timeless design, ensuring a lasting and captivating entrance.

Slam Shut Doors: Embrace convenience and style with our innovative slam shut doors. Designed for effortless functionality, these doors effortlessly combine form and function, creating an inviting passage.

French Doors: Infuse your living space with a touch of romance and sophistication through our French doors. The epitome of charm, these doors allow natural light to flow while maintaining a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor spaces.

Bifold Doors: Expand your horizons and merge your living areas with nature using our bifold doors. Designed to create an open and airy atmosphere, these doors are a modern marvel that brings the outdoors in.

Porches: Elevate your home's curb appeal and create a welcoming entrance with our thoughtfully designed porches. Crafted to complement your architectural aesthetics, these additions provide a delightful transition between outdoor and indoor spaces.

Lanterns: Illuminate your entryway with a touch of timeless elegance using our lanterns. These exquisite fixtures not only provide light but also add a dash of style to your doorway, creating a captivating first impression.

Enhancing the security of your doors is essential for protecting your home and family from intruders. Consider installing high-quality deadbolt locks, reinforced strike plates, and security hinges to strengthen your door's resistance to forced entry. Additionally, consider upgrading to impact-resistant or laminated glass for entry doors to deter break-ins. Regularly inspect and maintain your door locks and hardware to ensure they are in good working condition.

To ensure a proper fit, measure the width, height, and thickness of the door opening. Additionally, measure the jamb width and height, as well as the space between the floor and the bottom of the door. Provide these measurements to the door supplier or installer for accurate selection and fitting.

Common door problems like sticking, squeaking, or misalignment can be frustrating to deal with but are often easy to fix. Start by checking for any obstructions or debris in the door tracks and hinges, and clean them thoroughly. Lubricate the hinges and moving parts with a silicone-based lubricant to reduce friction and noise. If the door is still sticking or squeaking, check for loose screws or hinges and tighten them as needed. If the problem persists, consult a professional door repair technician for further assistance.


Doors not only serve as entry points to our homes but also contribute to security, insulation, and style. From selecting the right door material to troubleshooting common issues like squeaking hinges or drafts, we're here to address all your door-related inquiries. Whether you're considering a front door facelift or need guidance on interior door options, let's open the door to clarity together.


Lintels are essential structural components that provide support above openings in walls, such as doors and windows. In this section, we'll shed light on the various types of lintels, their materials, installation methods, and maintenance requirements. Whether you're renovating a historic building or constructing a new home, understanding lintels is vital for ensuring structural integrity and architectural durability.

Lintels are structural components placed above openings such as doors, windows, and openings in walls to support the load from the structure above and distribute it safely to the surrounding walls.

Below are the lintels avalible

Steel Lintels: Steel lintels are durable and strong, making them suitable for supporting heavy loads over openings. They are often used in masonry construction and come in various shapes, including angle lintels, T-section lintels, and box lintels.

Concrete Lintels: Concrete lintels are precast or cast-in-place structural elements made of reinforced concrete. They are commonly used in residential and commercial construction due to their strength and versatility. Concrete lintels can be designed to match the dimensions of the opening they support and may incorporate reinforcement bars for added strength.

Timber Lintels: Timber lintels, also known as wood lintels, are wooden beams used to support openings in timber-framed or traditional construction. While not as common as steel or concrete lintels, timber lintels can provide a rustic aesthetic and may be appropriate for certain architectural styles.

Composite Lintels: Composite lintels combine different materials, such as steel and concrete, to take advantage of their respective strengths. These lintels are designed to provide optimal structural performance while minimizing material usage and cost.

Arch Lintels: Arch lintels are curved or arched structural elements used to support openings in masonry walls. They distribute loads evenly and can add architectural interest to a building's facade. Arch lintels may be constructed from various materials, including brick, stone, concrete, or steel, depending on the design requirements and aesthetic preferences.

Signs such as cracking above doors or windows, sagging lintels, or visible corrosion in steel lintels indicate potential issues. It's essential to have a professional inspection to assess the condition of the lintels and determine if replacement is necessary.

Installing a lintel requires structural knowledge and expertise to ensure proper support and load distribution. It's recommended to hire a professional contractor experienced in lintel installation to ensure safety and structural integrity.

below are some reasons why you might need to remove brickwork from your property


Lintels are structural elements placed horizontally above the openings to support the load of the brickwork above. As mentioned earlier, lintels can be made of steel, concrete, timber, or composite materials, depending on the specific requirements of the project.

Supports and Props: Temporary supports and props are often used during the removal of doors and windows to prevent the brickwork above the opening from collapsing before a new lintel is installed. These supports may include acrow props, scaffolding, or temporary beams placed securely to bear the load.

Brick Ties: Brick ties are metal connectors that anchor the existing brickwork to the structural frame of the building, such as timber or steel studs. During door or window removal, brick ties help maintain the stability of the surrounding brickwork until new fittings are installed.

Expansion Joints: Expansion joints are gaps left between the brickwork and the door or window frame to accommodate thermal expansion and contraction. Proper installation of expansion joints helps prevent cracking and damage to the brickwork over time.

Flashings: Flashings are waterproofing components installed around door and window openings to prevent water infiltration into the building envelope. They typically consist of metal strips or membranes installed above and around the opening and are crucial for protecting the building from moisture damage.

Door and Window Frames: After removing the existing doors or windows, new frames are installed to fit the dimensions of the openings. Frames can be made of various materials, including wood, metal, or uPVC, and are essential for supporting the new doors or windows and providing a secure seal against the elements.

Sealants and Caulking: Sealants and caulking are applied around the perimeter of the new door or window frame to create a watertight and airtight seal. These materials help prevent drafts, moisture penetration, and air leakage, improving energy efficiency and indoor comfort.

Brickwork removal involves careful planning and execution to avoid structural damage and ensure safety. Techniques such as saw cutting, drilling, and controlled demolition may be employed, depending on the specifics of the project.

Permit requirements vary depending on local regulations and the extent of the brickwork removal. It's advisable to check with your local building authority to determine if permits are necessary for your project.

Disposal of removed bricks and debris should be handled responsibly. Depending on local regulations, you may need to arrange for disposal at a designated facility or recycling centre. Alternatively, you can explore options for repurposing or donating salvaged bricks if they are in good condition.

Brickwork Removal

Whether you're demolishing a section of your property for renovation purposes or tackling a full-scale demolition project, removing brickwork requires careful planning and execution. In this FAQ, we'll address common queries about brick removal techniques, safety precautions, disposal methods, and potential challenges you may encounter. Whether you're a DIY enthusiast or hiring professional demolition services, we're here to provide guidance every step of the way.

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