UPVC Vs Wood?

January 16, 2014

UPVC window frames can greatly divide opinion and many people think it's a shame to use these windows on some properties. This is particularly true on older properties when lovely old sash windows are replaced by generic UPVC double glazing. However, there are many benefits of modern double glazing and they may be more aesthetically pleasing than you think. UPVC s

Benefits of double glazing

January 16, 2014
It is generally accepted that double glazing will improve the quality of your home. However, many are unsure about what the specific benefits actually are and they may be unwilling to pay a high price for something that they do not see as being a significant improvement. In fact, there are many advantages to having quality double glazing in your home, so much so that it is now a legal requirement that new buildings are installed with double glazing as standard. So how can you benefit from quality double glazing?

Turn your Conservatory into an Observatory

January 9, 2014
The BBC is currently showing its 4th series of Stargazing Live, presented by Brian Cox. Members of the public are encouraged to observe the night sky and are given tips on how to spot constellations, galaxies and even shooting stars. So what better way to watch the dark of the night sky than in your very own conservatory? So why is your conservatory the ideal place to view t

Decorating your conservatory this Christmas

December 17, 2013

During the winter months, many conservatories are very much underused. Whilst there are ways to keep your conservatories warm, many prefer the warm comfort of their living room. Now Christmas is almost upon us and the decorations are going up, the conservatory could be the ideal way to make your home feel extra festive this year, if you use it correctly. This can

Which Direction should your Conservatory Face?

October 21, 2013
Well now summer is officially over. It may not seem obvious right now, but now is the perfect time to start planning for next summer to get maximum enjoyment from it. One thing that you can do for next summer is to consider getting a conservatory installed at your home. When you decide to buy a conservatory, it is important that you position it in the correct place to maximise its full potential.

The difference between good and poor quality double glazing

October 11, 2013
When choosing your double glazing, it can be tempting to base your decision purely on price. However, there are plenty of other factors that you need to consider for your windows and choosing a lower quality product can have serious long term consequences. At Bebington Glazing, not only do we provide fantastic value for money, but we use only top quality glass for your double glazing. This means that the life-span of your glass will be much longer and that the short term benefits are much greater.

Keep your flat roof leakage free

October 9, 2013
A flat roof may be the ideal option for sections of your home, especially for extensions. However, one of the inherent problems of flat roofs is that they are at higher risk of leaking. This is due to pools of standing water when the roof is not completely flat. When a roof is sloped, the water runs off so this is not a pr

Keeping your Conservatory Warm this Winter

September 30, 2013
So Autumn has officially arrived. Summer is over and over the coming months the temperature is going to get colder and colder. Evenings relaxing in your garden are a thing on the past and you will probably find yourself indoors for the vast majority of the time that you are at home. This leaves many with a sense of dread, having paid out for a lovely conservatory at the back of their house.

Security Tips for your Glazing

September 30, 2013
Security can be an issue for everyone. A person's home is the one place where they should be able to feel the most secure. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Burglary affects over 35,000 people every month (source) and the effects can be long lasting. There are several ways in which you can help protect your property from being invaded. Since many burglars use windows for both entry and exit of a property, we thought it was important to write some tips to help you protect yourself:

Tips to help keep your house warm this winter

September 13, 2013
Winter is now approaching and soon temperatures will drop. Over the next few months, it will become increasingly important for you to keep your house warm and also keep your bills down. This is often easier said than done as utility bills often increase and rarely go down. It it therefore important to make sure that your house is as energy efficient as possible. Here are some tips to help you do so, without breaking the bank.