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7th April 2020

Being in lockdown for the next few weeks will come as bad timing if you had ambitions of improving your home in future months, or so you may think… TWC, home to the region’s best windows and doors, is continuing to work and offering a FREE Online Appointment Service for customers wanting to get their...

Do Solid Roof Installations Need Planning Permission?

23rd March 2020

It’s only now that you’re having to spend more time indoors at home that you may wish you had done something to resolve the insulation issues you are experiencing with your conservatory.  The space your conservatory offers could be invaluable at a time like this and all it would take to rectify the problem and...

The Selling Techniques To Avoid When Buying New Windows

14th February 2020

If you’ve come looking for new windows from a proven window specialist, you’ve arrived at the right place. TWC has an impressive portfolio of replacement window designs, as well as a reputation for fantastic customer service.   When we sell windows, or any other product, to a customer, we do so fairly. Nothing is kept...

TWC Has The Inside Track On 2020’s Biggest Home Trends

16th January 2020

When you had all your Christmas decorations up indoors, it perhaps disguised the fact that your home décor could do with a revamp. Now that they’re down and your interior looks very bare, you may have come to the realisation that it’s behind the times. The beginning of a new decade seems an apt time...

Give Your Conservatory Some Love This Winter

4th December 2019

As a multifunctional room, your conservatory can serve many purposes. From a cosy place to relax after a long day to a luxurious dining area for you and your guests. However, come winter, you may find yourself using the room less often due to a drop in temperature.  Nowadays, conservatories are much more thermally efficient...

Are You Better Off Buying A Composite Or UPVC Door?

13th November 2019

You’re under a certain amount of pressure when replacing your old front door. Why? Any new door fitted into your entranceway by TWC must be in keeping with the traditional character of the house so that it doesn’t look out of place. So, when viewing potential composite and UPVC door replacements, you need to be...

Are Your Windows Doing A Bad Job Of Keeping The Weather Out?

8th November 2019

The very last place you want to be feeling the cold in winter is in your home. After being outside in chilly conditions and walking through your front door, there’s no nicer feeling than entering into a wonderfully cosy living room.  If you get the total opposite feeling when returning home, it will largely be...

National Home Security Month – How You Can Protect Your Home

17th October 2019

The dark winter months can never come round quickly enough for the nation’s burglars, and now that they’re almost here, you need to be sure that your property is secure enough to shut thieves out. Burglaries rise by as much as 25% in the autumn and winter months. To emphasise the importance of home security...

Why You Should Invest In A Replacement Roof For Your Conservatory

30th September 2019

Gone are the days when conservatories used to be freezing cold in winter and far too warm throughout the summer months. The extreme variations in temperature were due to poor insulation but nowadays, thanks to the use of modern materials and techniques, this is no longer the case. As technology has developed over the years,...

Need Some Home Improvement Inspiration This Autumn?

27th September 2019

As the autumn nights begin to draw in and temperatures outdoors start to drop, you may have started to think about prepping your home for winter. Cosy knits, warm log fires and gingerbread lattes may have you looking forward to the months ahead but the cold weather can also be a hindrance, especially when it...

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