The story so far...
This client already had a conservatory, but it was showing signs of age and they decided to reinvent it. Their new family room will be a much more useable space with a warm roof, ensuring comfort at all times of the year and a beautiful clotted cream colour for the frames. This is a thoroughly contemporary choice and should make the room not only more comfortable, but more energy efficient, stylish and habitable. Can't wait to see the finished room!
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The story so far...The story so far...
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Orangery - A beautiful addition to any home
This gorgeous orangery was added to this home and not only opens up the interior of the house, but helps to bring the outside in. It is both, perfectly in keeping with this property and a worthy addition. The colour is a terrific match and the lantern roof allows a beautiful amount of light into the room. This family will hopefully gain immense pleasure from this room this summer.
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Windows for local charity - HOPE4
A very worthy, local charity 'Hope 4', which takes care of vulnerable, homeless people in our community with food and shelter, especially during the coldest months of the year; was in need of some new windows. Our manufacturer, Modplan, donated the frames and we fitted the windows for free, as our contribution to a cause within our community that is, sadly, so needed and relied upon by those less fortunate than most. It's important to us as a small business, that we do our bit within our community and where we can. Hopefully, these new windows will make a difference to the building and the comfort of those within it.
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Hello New Garden Room!
Our customer wanted to modernise his conservatory and needed to make the most of the space. By changing the roof, we were able to acheive comfortable, year round use of the conservatory; without it ever being too hot, too cold, or too bright. This type of alteration makes a conservatory look much more 'permanent' and 'in keeping' with the property. A great alternative to building an extension it's less expensive and arguably affords you the same type of space without the hassle of all the building work. As it's quick to install too a renovated conservatory can be a great choice for anyone.
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All the work that goes into a garden room...
This is a lovely new garden room we had the privelege of building. From the concrete up, quite literally! This room has benefitted from excellent modern glazing and a highly efficient, practical warm roof; enabling it's owners to spend time in this room whatever the weather. A comfortable temperature year round can be acheived in here and it can be a room completely incorporated into the home and give a fabulous outlook onto the garden whatever the season.
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All the work that goes into a garden room...All the work that goes into a garden room...All the work that goes into a garden room...All the work that goes into a garden room...
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Mrs R's Porch
This lovely customer was so delighted with her beautiful new porch that she invited us along to photograph it. This lady was completely delighted with the work, the professional fitters we sent to install it and the difference it has made to her home.
A face lift for your home.
There are no two ways about it; a new door is undoubtedly an expedient and hugely effective way of updating your home. Whether you wish to modernise or create a traditional feel to your home, a new door can make all the difference.

There are a vast array of options available to anyone looking for a new door. At the moment coloured doors are the most popular and instantly freshen and add curb appeal, whilst defining your home's character and perhaps even hinting at the style within. From chartwell green and the ever popular welcoming red to vintage blues or vibrant yellows or purples - all are incresingly popular and afford every home a little individuality and style.

Doors can complement or contrast with window colours and personalisation is complete with your choice of door furniture and accessories - shiny or brushed chrome, gold, white or black handles, letterboxes, spy holes, knockers the options and combinations are yours for the choosing.

Of course one of the main requirements for a good door is that it keeps every one safe within and the elements and unwelcome 'guests' out. Doors need to offer up to date security and excellent locking mechanisms suitable for your lifestyle. Slam locks, digital key pads or thumb turn handles offer variety and peace of mind to every customer.

A face lift for your home.A face lift for your home.A face lift for your home.A face lift for your home.
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Beautiful Orangery
Our customers in Rugby wanted a beautiful new orangery to complement their property and to extend their living space. The orangery we have created in consultation with them, is visually stunning and perfectly in keeping with their property; even down to the matching stone cills used to co-ordinate with the overall characterof the house. This beautiful addition to their home will hopefully be the scene of much happiness for many years to come.
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Burglar Proof your home!
We had a client a little while ago who had some new windows. Nothing unusual about that of course but, recently, he had an attempted break in and luckily for him the burglars were unable to gain access. The reason? His lovely, new, Veka profile windows prevented the determined, potential intruder from gaining access! The windows were so strong, and successful at keeping the burglar out that the Scene of Crime Officer commented his disbelief at their strength and durability! Now that really is a worthy endorsement. Here are some photos of the damaged windows, which despite the damage done still managed to keep our clients property secure.
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A conservatory reborn ... Update
Earlier in the year we showcased the rebirth of a conservatory with an old poly carbonate roof and dated design transforming into a modern, comfortable garden room. Withthe improved versatility offered by a warm roof and sleek open window design, this room was capable of offering this family not only an increase in living space, but a more functional, warm and comfortable space all year round. This room is now an integral part of this home rather than an occasionally used added extra.
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Residence 9 Orangery
We recently undertook the installation of a beautiful orangery, on a rural cottage in a village close to Rugby. In order to maintain the character of the property and to keep the garden aesthetically pleasing , the customer opted for a Residence 9 profile. This is quite traditional in appearance and provides stunning windows, orangeries or conservatories which really are quite different to other windows available on the market. In this case the customer opted for a warm, homely, clotted cream colour, which also lends itself to maintaining character and the 'cottagey' feel. All that's left is for the family to enjoy the gorgeous addition to their home,
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A conservatory reborn
An old, tired conservatory, complete with polycarbonate roof and traditional opening top windows has been brought fully up to date with a brand new warm roof and large, modern windows. These renovations have given the owners and the property a new lease of life, as the room is a much more functional, practical and attractive space.

The warm roof will allow the room to be comfortable whatever the weather, the windows afford uninterrupted views from within: the whole room becomes a wonderful extension to the home, rather than a conservatory used occasionally. The feeling from inside is peaceful and comfortable and quiet. The perfect setting from which to view the summer flowers, the autumn storms and the winter snow. It looks pretty good from the outside too!
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Clotted cream windows in Ufton, Near Leamington Spa
This customer's home in Ufton, near Leamington Spa, Warwickshire has been updated with beautiful, flush Residence 9 windows. In order to achieve the desired 'classic' and 'timeless' look normally achieved by timber windows, R9's were installed affording the appropriate, traditional style demanded by this type of property, but with all the convenience of modern double glazing- well sealed windows without draughts, no painting or sanding, a healthy reduction in any undesirable noise and will also afford excellent security to this home and its occupants.
Clotted cream windows in Ufton, Near Leamington Spa
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Recently built garden room with a dramatic gable front and a Leka warm roof
Our client in Rugby commissioned Rugby Double Glazing to build a modern 'Garden room extension'. Having had a conservatory previously he was keen to enjoy the beautiful view looking over his garden and the fields beyond it but with the benefit of not cooking in the summer or freezing in the winter.
The latest 'Leka warm' roof was chosen with a realistic tile effect and over 130mm of cellotex insulation. Not only does this keep out the heat of the sun but it also keeps the room warm during cold winter days.
A gable front was chosen to give it a dramatic look and full height French doors and side panels complete the open aspect at the front.
Recently built garden room with a dramatic gable front and a Leka warm roofRecently built garden room with a dramatic gable front and a Leka warm roof
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Smart black and white and low future maintenance
This was a lovely project we did recently for a returning customer. He opted for white, triple glazed windows, new doors and to replace his existing cladding with a black, low maintenance, UPVC option. The result as you can see is a clean, simple, modern upgrade that is completely in keeping with the original design, but which will maintain it's charm for years to come due to the use of modern materials and the 'future proofing' aspects of triple glazing.

One very happy customer, some very satisfied fitters, a proud business and some very jealous neighbours!
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Another quality build from Sylvester Estates ...with a little help from Rugby Double Glazing
We are, as ever, proud to be associated with Sylvester Estates, in building beautiful homes in beautiful locations. The very best quality building materials and workmanship go into every home and that means the very best windows are required to complete the look and also the efficiency of each property.
Another quality build from Sylvester Estates ...with a little help from Rugby Double Glazing
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New Grey Doors, Bi fold and Composite
This customer wanted a new, stylish look to modernise their home and to enhance their lifestyle. They've chosen Anthracite Grey, which is an increasingly popular alternative to white. Maintenance will be minimal as with all modern UPVC frames and windows, the look achieved is a whole new world in terms of style and effortless, understated chic; but it is in terms of the practicality of the doors, where the most benefit will be found. Ease of use, abundance of light and maximisation of space - exactly what every modern home needs.
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UPVC shiplap cladding
Our client in Rugby, Warwickshire had had enough of sanding down and painting the original timber shiplap boards. So we replaced them with UPVC ones that will never rot or need painting.
But it's not just about improving the looks and reducing the cost and hassle of painting timber ship lap boards because behind these UPVC ship lap boards lies an additional layer of Cellotex insulation helping to keep the whole house warmer in the winter.
Rugby Double Glazing leading the way to a stylish and warmer home
UPVC shiplap cladding
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Finished bays with new stonework and new roofs,
Here are the final pictures of these two completely rebuilt stone bays in Long Buckby, Northamptonshire. Jason our bricklayer has shown how talented he is with rebuilding the traditional Northamptonshire stonework below the bays and Gary our multi-talented installer and builder has created a stunning new slate roof with really artistic leadwork fashioned around the traditional mop handle. I think its time for a new porch now ?
Finished bays with new stonework and new roofs, Finished bays with new stonework and new roofs,
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Re-building a worn out timber bay
Our client in Long Buckby Northamptonshire has a beautiful house in a quiet location just off this Northamptonshire Village main street.
Over the years we have supplied and installed a number of energy efficient UPVC windows at their home and even re-built a conservatory for our client's Mum when she moved into the Village three years ago.
These bay windows have always been an issue; the original timber was rotten, the stone work and cills in really bad condition and a previous owner had the tiled roof concreted over to keep out the rain.
We used used our very talented bricklayer to re-build the walls using the original stone and we fitted a new stone cill. Veka A rated fully sculptured windows were fitted and a new roof built. Lead is used to give lasting weather proof seals and at the hips are formed in the traditional manner over 'mop handles' bringing back the character features.
There are two bays and the first one is now finished, doesn't it look beautiful, old fashioned charm with modern energy efficient materials?
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