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Mr and Mrs Hayes Conservatory Glass Roof Upgrade

January 25, 2017 | posted in: Gardinia's Blog | by

  Gardinia built a conservatory for Mr and Mrs Hayes over 15 years ago, Mr and Mrs Hayes have been so happy with the conservatory they invited Gardinia back to do some upgrades. Mr and Mrs Hayes wanted to upgrade the old Polycarbonate roof, which was great for the time, to a new energy efficient glass roof…

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Mr & Mrs Hossanee’s Hybrid Orangery

August 14, 2015 | posted in: Case Studies | by 1 Comment

  Mr & Mrs Hossanee’s project remit for Gardinia was to create a larger, more comfortable living space to enjoy reading, relaxing and looking out on to the garden through luxurious Vertical Sliding Sash Windows. Gardinia have created exactly this for Mr & Mrs Hossanee by designing a hybrid Orangery with a solid Warm~Gard roofing system. The superior thermal performance..

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How To Spot A Cowboy Double Glazing Installer

April 10, 2015 | posted in: Gardinia's Blog | by

View Post If you are thinking about having new Upvc Windows or Doors installed it can often be hard to know if the company you are thinking of using are being responsible with the services they are providing. FENSA, the government authorised competent persons scheme for the replacement of windows and doors have produced a free report..

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Gardinia Veteran Stephen Halstead Retires

March 4, 2015 | posted in: Gardinia's Blog | by

Michael Foster about to deliver an emotional retirement speech for Steve Steve has been at Gardinia since the beginning, he started out when Gardinia was based at at 23 Ringway Industrial Estate in Huddersfield, way back in 1983, before we moved to our current premises at 3 Leeds Road in 1984. Apart from a couple of..

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Encapsulated Stained UPVC Windows and Doors in Huddersfield

January 16, 2015 | posted in: Case Studies | by

Gardinia were commissioned by Mr & Mrs Kern from Huddersfield to complete a project that would allow them to have modern encapsulated stained UPVC windows fitted, however retain the existing stained units fitted in their home almost 100 years ago in 1916. These existing units were now tired, marked with some cracks from wear & tear and starting to let in..

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