There’s so much to consider when installing new windows and doors, including their design, what colour frames you’ll choose and the type of glazing that’s right for your property. However, many forget to consider any planning permission implications. That’s why we’ve put together this easy guide to the rules and regulations you need to be aware of. Read More
One of the most popular rising trends we’ve seen in the window industry is products which can emulate the look of their original counterparts while providing modern functionality for homes. That’s precisely what Residence 9 offer through their collection of beautiful, flush casement windows.
Not content with being energy efficient, secure, insulating and incredibly low maintenance, they also enhance the appearance of a variety of different homes. Wondering if they’ll look good in yours? Here’s everything you need to know about the types of property Residence 9 windows look best in. Read More
Here at Merton Windows, we understand how important quality and security are for property owners when selecting new windows and doors. We choose our industry leading products very carefully, ensuring they meet or surpass British Standards. One of the features we highly recommend is products that incorporate Pilkington Glass. Read More
It’s often at this time of year (when windows are kept shut and the cold weather hits) that homeowners start to think about whether their glazing is adequate for their property. A question we often get asked here at Merton Windows is whether triple glazing is worth it and what the benefits are. While double glazing is the most suitable choice for many homes, triple glazing is a viable alternative if double glazing doesn’t meet all the functionality requirements you need. Here’s our guide to triple glazing and who should consider having it installed. Read More
When looking for the best window and door supplier in your local area, it can be difficult establishing who the pros are. Luckily, there are some tell-tale signs you can spot which let you know you’re dealing with an expert who will deliver a rewarding experience from start to finish. Here are our top 5 qualities to look out for. Read More
When planning the installation of a conservatory, it’s important to choose design features which suit the style of your property while providing the functionality and feel you want in your home. As well as secure windows and doors, one of the most important aspects to consider is the right style of roof for your new conservatory. From traditional to Victorian designs, there’s an array of options you can choose.
Here’s our guide to selecting the best conservatory roof for your property. Read More
When looking for the right windows for your home, it’s not just the way they look that’s important. Security is paramount when it comes to selecting the best products for your property, keeping out intruders who could put the safety of your family and possessions at risk.
That’s why we offer an extensive range of Kömmerling windows to homes across Surrey and London, known for their high security features. But why are these products considered some of the best on the market and what protection will they provide to your property? Read More
While a porch can transform the look at the front of a home, they also come with an array of functionality, including draught protection, improved energy efficiency and an extra layer of security for your property. They can even provide additional storage space, meaning they’re not just an attractive feature for your home.
However, many wonder what’s involved when undertaking a home improvement project such as this, worrying it’s going to be a complex process. Luckily, we’ve detailed the simple steps it involves. Read More
New windows and doors can transform the look of a home, but those who live in or run period properties often worry that the aesthetics will lose their character and charm. With such misconceptions, it can be easy to overlook the signs that your period windows need replacing, keeping those energy bills high while risking the security of the property. Not only that, but a home can start to look run down without the proper maintenance.
Here’s our expert advice for replacing your period property windows. Read More
It’s no secret that conservatories can get quite warm in the summer months. It’s part of their appeal, helping homeowners create a bright, cosy and snug living space where they can curl up with a book, enjoy a leisurely lunch, entertain guests or just look out onto the garden. But, if you’d rather keep the temperature in your conservatory down a little, then blue glass may be the solution for you. Blue glass can be used in your conservatory roof to regulate the temperature and make sure that your space is as comfortable as possible. Read More