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Gardinia partners with Solidor to become a premium installer

February 26, 2013 | posted in: General | by

Gardinia is now officially the first and only Solidor premium installer in the Huddersfield / Kirklees, you might be wondering what that means to you the customer, and how it benefits you? Well, this means any composite door that is installed by Gardinia has been fully manufactured by Solidor, to their own high quality and..

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Cleaning a Conservatory Roof

February 13, 2013 | posted in: General | by

  Cleaning a Conservatory Roof is a common phone call we receive from customers, customer want to know how can they can, or what they should use to clean a conservatory roof? So what is the best way of Cleaning a Conservatory Roof? the answer is that doesn’t matter whether the roofing material is polycarbonate or glass, only use..

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Testimonial from Mr & Mrs Wells on new Door Installs

June 20, 2012 | posted in: Testimonials | by

  This morning we received an excellent testimonial in the post from Mr & Mrs Wells. The Wells had recently had a new UPVC front door installed by Gardinia along with a new Patio door, both to replace old existing doors. Mr & Mrs Wells were both extremely happy with their experience dealing with Gardinia..

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Lock Snapping – The Euro Cylinder Lock Vulnerability

February 21, 2012 | posted in: Gardinia's Blog | by

  Figures for December 2011 show that 27% of all burglaries across the county involved lock snapping on euro cylinders. Euro cylinder locks are fitted to millions of properties throughout the United Kingdom. Gardinia started fitting Anti Snap, Anti Bump cylinders as standard in August 2008, if your door was installed before than you will need a..

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Energy Efficient UPVC Windows

January 31, 2011 | posted in: Energy Efficiency | by

  All properties lose heat through their windows. Installing energy efficient glazing is a­n effective way of reducing your energy bills and keeping your home warmer and quieter. Double glazed windows use two sheets of glass with a gap between them which creates an insulating barrier, whilst triple glazed windows have three sheets of glass…

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