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#1 Colin James

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Posted 08 September 2013

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Steve Lindsay Windows and Conservatories

41 Monkmoor Street , Hereford, Herefordshire, HR1 2DX

  • Mobile: 07875 376205
  • Telephone: 01432 270777

Steve Lindsay Windows & Conservatories

 

We are a well established business who specialise in the installation of double glazing windows and conservatories to domestic clients across Hereford.

Steve Lindsay Windows can carry out double glazing windows, conservatories and UPVC installations that will keep your house looking good and warm.

Sheen Windows double glazing will increase the value of your property.

 

Services

 

We deal in a wide range of bespoke and off the shelf services including

  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Conservatories
  • Soffits and Fascias

In different types of materials

  • Timber
  • uPVC
  • Aluminium
  • Composite system's

You can save up to 10% or more on your energy bill by eliminating as many air leaks in your home as possible.

During the summer, warm air leaks into your home and during the winter it leaks out of your home. This is wasting a good portion of your energy pounds. One of the fastest and highest payback pound-saving jobs you can do around the house is to caulk, seal, and weather-strip all seams, cracks, and openings to the outside air.

 

UPVC Windows

 

Vinyl windows are inexpensive, durable, and remarkably energy efficient. Early vinyl windows had problems with thermal expansion. When temperatures changed, the vinyl sash would expand or contract at a very different rate from the glass.

 

Installations

 

Vinyl windows are a popular and economical alternative to aluminum, wood, and fiberglass, because they are energy efficient, easy to install, and effortless to maintain. Made from a plastic called polyvinyl chloride, or PVC they provide a superb degree of insulation.

 

Conservatories

 

Times have changed, and so have the materials used to build conservatories. These days, homeowners are increasingly choosing conservatories that use vinyl-wood composite for the framing and high-quality windows from the floor to the ceiling.

 

Hereford Voice Discount

 

Mention this advert and that your saw it on Hereford Voice and Steve will give you a little extra discount


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