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To the manager my landlord recently employed Mid Wales Windows to replace my upstairs windows. I feel I must write these few words to say how fantastic Andrew & Michael were. They were thoughtful towards me, polite & tidy in their work. Great lads & an asset to your company.
D Turner, Shropshire
Thanks a lot – a very good job all round. My particular thanks to Paul & Dave – they cleaned up that well after the job that the house was cleaner when they left than when they arrived!
Mr & Mrs Ken Williams, Newtown, Powys
Over the last ten years the cost of gas and electricity has increased at an alarming rate. Every time we open our utility bills the cost seems to be increasing. Coupled with this we are all becoming more aware of global warming and the negative effects our energy consumption is having on the planet. These factors are leading many people to take stock and consider their households consumption levels. Although it is highly publicised the effect of transportation on the environment our homes are also huge contributors to carbon emissions. In our homes generating heat to keep them warm is by far the biggest use of energy. Therefore if we can cut down on the amount of heat that we need to generate to keep our homes warm we can save money and help to protect the environment.
Up to 25% of the heat generated in a home can be…Continue To Full Story
We have probably all at some time experienced the dreaded knock on the door by the double glazing salesperson and ignored it or made some sort of excuse to make them go away.
However, double glazing in Wales is not something which should be dismissed without some due consideration. Although it can be costly, as you have to pay not only for the windows but also their installation, many people are unaware of the huge amount of money it could save them. Over time double glazing pays for itself as it can prevent the amount of heat loss in the home, therefore reducing energy bills.
When buying windows for your home in Wales, the number of panels that open must be taken into account. Generally the more panels that open, the more expensive the window is likely to be. On the…Continue To Full Story
Sian Lloyd enlisted the trust of Mid Wales Windows & Conservatories to design their stunning new conservatory for their beautiful Mid Wales home.
“Deciding which local home improvement company to build our conservatory seemed a daunting task at first, but soon we found a local company called Mid Wales Windows & Conservatories that came highly recommended in Wales”.
Sian stated; “We were very keen to use a local company for building our conservatory, so asked around, and found that Mid Wales Windows and Conservatories came highly recommended. And little wonder! They did a superb job for us and we’re thrilled with the end result. We especially loved their little creative touches, as well as the fact that they are such lovely, but also professional, people to deal with.”
Established in 1994, Mid…Continue To Full Story
Mid Wales Windows, a Conservatory Outlet Dealer, supply a great range of Double Glazing products all over Wales.
These products consist of a wide range of PVC Windows and doors. Some example designs include residential doors, rockdoors, casement doors, tilt and turn windows, sash windows and more.
Our range of Energy Rated Windows help to keep heat in and the cold out. They use the suns natural rays to allow the heat to enter the home, but keeps the wind and rain well away! This saves a lot of money on bills and helps the environment by making your home more energy efficient.
Matthew Glover, managing director of Conservatory Outlet says “double glazing is one of the most effective ways people can make a real difference to the energy efficiency of their homes. Indeed, by switching to energy efficient windows you can save energy and reduce…Continue To Full Story