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Tips, Advice and Musings from Bergson & Eaton

With 46 years of experience in building beautiful solutions for our customers' homes, we thought it was time to share.

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6 ways to improve your property

Looking to add value to your home? Whether you’re preparing your home for selling, carrying out a complete renovation or just want to add more kerb appeal, our guide will help you to improve the functionality, comfort and appearance of your property, and therefore its potential selling price.      ...

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Keeping your conservatory warm this winter

A sunlit conservatory is an inviting place to relax or entertain friends on a warm summer day but older style conservatories were usually considered to be too chilly to use much in winter. Luckily, with a few adaptations, you can keep your conservatory warm and cosy and make the most of the extra ...

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Bring Light into your Home this Winter

The number one 'must-have' feature that people look for when buying a family home are rooms that are flooded with natural light; sun rays shining through your windows not only bring essential Vitamin D, they also instantly lift your spirits. Natural light also creates a more spacious feeling and a ...

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Getting Your Conservatory Ready for Christmas

Christmas is just around the corner, so it's time to start thinking about transforming your conservatory into a winter wonderland. Whether as the perfect setting for festive gatherings with family and friends, or a cosy, welcoming retreat where you can relax with a mince pie and a glass of ...

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Different options for conservatory heating

When you’ve spent a lot of time, money and effort adding a stylish new conservatory or orangery to your home, you deserve to be able to use it all year round. In the past, many conservatories have proved difficult to heat and were therefore often underused during the colder months. However, the ...

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Looking After Your Doors in Winter

Darker nights, shorter days, and falling temperatures: winter’s here and it’s time to face Mother Nature at her most challenging. While we can turn on the central heating, cook up our favourite comfort food and cocoon ourselves in cosy sweaters, we often overlook some of our best defences against ...

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Is your home ready for the winter?

It only seems like yesterday that we were basking in the midsummer sunshine but now the leaves are falling, the temperature's dropping and the nights are darker and colder. It’s time to turn out those cosy coats and scarves and turn up the central heating. While it’s routine to prepare your car for ...

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Top ways to clean and care for your windows

Nothing brightens up your home better than clean, shiny windows and with the hours of daylight gradually getting shorter, it's especially important to make the most of the natural light by looking after windows properly. You’ll find plenty of sometimes conflicting advice regarding this chore, some ...

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What are the material options for my new doors?

Exterior doors are widely available in four different types of material: wood, uPVC, aluminium and composite or wood alternative. Traditionally, doors were constructed out of wood, usually oak or pine. They were first made from boards joined together, then in the 18th century, elegant panelled ...

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Is triple glazing really worth it?

For centuries, windows were glazed with a single pane of glass. While this let in the light and kept out the wind, it also meant that houses were cold, draughty and often had problems with condensation and mould. Double glazing - with two panes of glass set within a single frame - originated in ...

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