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Replace greenhouse glazing

20 Jan 2020 09:03:58

We often get calls in the winter time from gardeners who have come across damaged glass panes or acrylic panels on their greenhouses. They ask me ‘is polycarbonate suitable to replace broken greenhouse panels?’

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Wow its cold this morning. Frost on the grass and a bitter chill in the air. Living in a Victorian house means that I have beautiful windows. Lovely details on the wood which wouold be totally lost were I to get double glazing. There is a solution though. I can have warmer rooms AND beautifully crafted windows with Ecoease Secondary Glazing.

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Cold, wet and windy

14 Jan 2020 18:54:10

Driving home from work today in the wind and rain, feeling really fed up that it is dark so early and the weather keeps you stuck indoors. Came home and imagined the conservatory I will hopefully have before thgis time next year.

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Protect your pond

14 Jan 2020 16:36:32

The weather this week may not be so cold but in January and February a cold snap could come at any time. Fish in ponds become vulnerable as temperatures drop and ponds freeze over. You can insulate your pond quickly, easily and economically using polycarbonate sheets.

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Its raining again!

14 Aug 2019 16:13:27

Its Raining again….

But I’m sitting here writing this, in my garden, on my laptop with a nice cup of coffee and all is good….  How? I hear you ask?That’s the beauty of having a garden canopy in the UK.

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35mm Polycarbonate, is it worth the price?

35mm polycarbonate sheets are the thickest of the most popular multi-wall polycarbonate sheets. They are also the most expensive. This blog aims to look at whether they offer value for money and ultimately to ask ‘is it worth paying extra?’

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Its Canopy Weather….

There is an argument for a canopy in your garden all year round. Today we have a heat wave and surprise, surprise tonight it may rain!!

When your conservatory is just too hot, your canopy will really come into its own. A canopy will offer your shelter and shade whatever the weather.

 

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Polycarbonate sheets – which are the best for a conservatory?

There is a large range of polycarbonate sheets on the market today. Which is the best for use in a conservatory? What is the best polycarbonate sheet thickness? What is the best colour? In the next couple of blogs, I will give you all the information you need to make the right choice for your project. Today we will look at polycarbonate sheet colours.

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There is a large range of polycarbonate sheets on the market today. Which is the best for use in a conservatory? What is the best polycarbonate sheet thickness? What is the best colour? In the next couple of blogs, I will give you all the information you need to make the right choice for your project. Let’s start with polycarbonate sheet thickness.

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Cool your Conservatory 3

9 Jul 2019 16:06:01

One final note on getting the heat down in your conservatory in the summer months…. Don’t wait until the hit builds up to an unbearable point before you open your roof vents. Automate your vents….

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