• Glazing Blog

    Windows are a well-known point of thermal weak point in any building, and it's vital that they're made as heat-resistant as possible. Double glazing is a popular methods of doing this; it sees two panes of glass placed in parallel with one another, with the area in between occupied by a vacuum, or an inert gas like argon. But if double glazing yields such significant enhancements in thermal [...]

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    Aldershot Town Centre Happy Saturday Everybody! Take a look at our Aldershot Glaziers Facebook Page- https://www.facebook.com/Aldershot-Glaziers-102071694535510/ You can also visit our Home Page for more information https://aldershotglaziers.co.uk/

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    The team at Specsavers in Aldershot were delighted to get a visit from an Aldershot VIP recently - none other than X-Factor contestant, Jack Mason. Jack popped into his local opticians this month to collect his new Superdry and Diesel frames. Despite being knocked out in this Saturday’s show, the team believes he oozes X-Factor appeal in his new frames.Mark Dunn, store director at Aldershot [...]

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    A vital step in making sure the redevelopment of The Galleries in Aldershot goes ahead has been taken by Rushmoor Borough Council (RBC).The council’s cabinet has agreed in principle to relinquish its land interests in the High Street multi-storey car park so that it can be included in The Galleries redevelopment. It has also agreed in principle to take a long-term lease on a new 250-space [...]

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    The plans were made public on Monday (December 30) by the Rushmoor Development Partnership (RDP), a joint venture between Rushmoor Borough Council and Hill Investment Partnerships.They include redeveloping a significant part of Union Street, from the former Marks and Spencer store down to Wellington Street and through to the High Street. The redevelopment would be centred around an [...]

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    Aldershot Glaziers New Years Video

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    Aldershot Glaziers Christmas Video

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    This weather this winter, so far, has been strange. In the wetlands of the North the garden is turning green, but it moss keen to grow in the warm damp. In some ways the garden looks a little like early spring, there are buds on the Magnolia, leaves on the Honeysuckle and the daffs are up; but everywhere bears the tell tale browness of winter. As the monsoon has abated I managed to get [...]

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    This is a much asked question. The garden centres and on line sellers have summer season bed linen prepared to buy, however is now the right time? The short answer is no, or no unless you can grow the plants on under glass. Bedding plants hurt, which implies they are not frost hardy, and that suggests any frost or snow, which some parts of the nation are struggling with, will kill the [...]

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