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How To Protect Your Home From Water Damage This Winter

14th November 2018

It’s not just the cold you have to contend with this winter when you’re a householder as there’s a strong chance of us also experiencing high levels of rainfall and can your home handle unruly rainfall? A lot will depend on the condition of your roofline. If ‘roofline’ is a term you’re unfamiliar with you...

What Are The Building Rules And Regulations In North Yorkshire?

7th November 2018

Building regulations probably aren’t high on your agenda of things to think about if you’re planning to buy a conservatory or orangery, but they should be close to the top of the list. You of course need to decide what style of conservatory or orangery you want, the best choice of material and coloured finish,...

How To Keep The Draught Out Of Your Home

2nd November 2018

There’s nothing more unpredictable than the British weather. From a scorching hot summer, one of the warmest ever experienced in this country, we are just coming back off what was the coldest October in a decade. When the sun is giving off gorgeously hot rays, you just go about your home life in supreme comfort...

Get Traditional Windows For Your Traditional Home At Orion

31st October 2018

Buying new windows for your traditional property isn’t quite as straightforward as you may think. Any replacement window style must complement the character of the house, otherwise there’s a risk of the new windows spoiling the building’s original aesthetics and making you fall out of love with it.   When a window buyer submits an...

Why A Conservatory Will Be A Bonus This Christmas

24th October 2018

We hate to get you panicking but did you know that there only 62 days left until Christmas? It might be wise to start your Christmas shopping if you haven’t already and if you’re planning to play host on the big day, are you absolutely sure that your home is large enough to accommodate all...

New Windows Are A Must This Winter! Here Are 5 Reasons Why

4th October 2018

Thousands of Britons throughout our green and pleasant land are currently in the process of implementing home improvements in time for winter which could involve anything from cutting back their hedges to clearing their gutters. But you cannot consider your home to be fully ready for the forthcoming winter unless you have reliable windows fitted....

How To Keep Your Home Secure - Home Security Month

2nd October 2018

First launched in 2013, October spells the start of National Home Security Month, a UK initiative designed to create awareness around the importance of home security. All local householders need to be on their guard against the continuous threat posed by burglars, particularly since it was revealed that there was a 9% rise in home...

The Advantages Of Fitting A Solid Roof To Your Home Extension

10th September 2018

For some householders, the end of summer will mark the end of them being able to utilise their conservatory or orangery until springtime returns. Why is that the case you may be asking? You’d know if you have ever walked into a home extension with an old roofing system as in winter it’ll feel tremendously...

What Are The Advantages Of Investing In A Porch?

7th September 2018

Our porches are a big seller at Orion Windows and you can easily understand why when you evaluate the merits of them. A foremost selling point of a porch is the way it can rejuvenate an entire entranceway and make it more prominent to the eyes of those that come to visit. The absence of...

Why Choose A Composite Door?

4th September 2018

Buying a new replacement front door for your home may not be quite as straightforward as you think as it needs to be spot on styling-wise, offer lasting protection and rejuvenate your entire entranceway. It is very important that you exchange a front door the moment it exhibits any signs of ageing and one potential...

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