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  1. What is the difference between Upvc and PVCu

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    UPVu or PVCu are two abbreviations referring to the same material, which is Poly Vinyl Chloride un-plasticised. The only difference is the words are placed in a different order.

  2. Are PVCu doors secure?

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    Our PVCu doors have been tested to the British Standard Institute kitemark BS 7412 PAS 24. They have a multi-chamber design,  with Yale locking and BS7412 PAS24 certification.

     

  3. What are the advantages of a PVCu door?

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    PVCu doors are cheaper than composite doors and fantastic value for money. They can be matched to your window profile & have low maintenance, whilst offering effective insulation from the outside elements. Our UPVc door comes with a shoot bolt system designed with your safety and security as paramount for protecting your home.

  4. What are the benefits of a composite door?

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    They come in an array of stunning, attractive designs, giving your home valuable kerb appeal.

    They are thicker than PVCu doors, therefore more thermally efficient.

    Composite doors have a solid inner core, making them sturdy and more robust to withstand an attempted break-in.

    They give the entrance to your home a “wow factor.”

    They are low maintenance and no painting required for the lifetime of the door.

  5. Are composite doors secure

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    Our composite doors are fitted with high security multi-point locking systems. These locks meet the requirements of PAS 23/24. The doors are also designed with dog bolt system as standard, securing the composite door to the frame and protecting you against intruders. They are also thicker than PVCu doors, therefore offering valued added security.

  6. When do I need vented Soffits?

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    Some roofs have systems in place to supply adequate airflow, but if your roof has no such provisions, it is essential to use vented soffits as a substitute.

  7. What is the difference between deep gutter and normal guttering?

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    Deep guttering is a lot deeper than the standard gutter system and is used on roofs with a steeper pitch. The extra depth allows for the collection and free flow of a higher volume of water.

     

  8. How can I stop leaves & moss collecting in my roof gutter?

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    Hedgehog brushes are a perfect light weight addon to your gutters as they prevent leaves and roof moss from falling into the gutter and causing blockage. Thus allowing constant flow of water throughout the gutter system and keeping the gutter weight to a minimum.

  9. What is a hedgehog gutter brush?

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    Hedgehog gutter brushes are made of long lasting stainless steel wire combined with polypropylene bristles on the outside. These bristles are shaped to prevent leaves and roof moss from falling into the gutter system so that water can flow freely in the required direction, away from your property.