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How to Care for Your Leadlight Windows

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Leadlight windows create a beautiful feature in any room; with small sections of coloured glass supported by lead cames, creating the stunning patterns and imagery that give leadlight windows their distinctive look. Leadlight windows are a spectacular window ardornment, and the dappled, coloured, sunlight that filters through the glass enhances the look and feel of any room. It is essential to clean these pieces of window art frequently in order to keep them looking their best for years to come, as without regular cleaning the stained glass can become dusty and dull, whilst the lead cames can discolour through oxidisation.…

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Window Tinting and Your Indoor Plants; Here's What You Need to Know

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There are unbounded health and safety benefits gained from tinting your residential windows. Window tinting will keep your indoor temperatures more comfortable, protect your furnishing from fading, and reduce glare on your TV and computer screens. The ultraviolet-blocking power will be great for your hardwood floors, your carpet, and your skin. However, you might be worried for your indoor plants and whether or not they will survive the window tinting. Here’s what you need to know about window tinting and your indoor plants.…

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Aluminium Sliding Windows Sticking? How To Fix Them

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Aluminium sliding windows are a great choice for your home. They’re easy to maintain, as well as being durable and long-lasting. However, from time-to-time you may find that the windows stick, meaning that you find yourself struggling to persuade them to open. In most cases you will be able to fix the problem quite quickly and simply yourself, without having to call out a handyman. Here are some tips on how to unstick sticking aluminium sliding windows.…

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