Monday, 30 November 2020

‘All Neat and Tidy’

 

At Horsford we love to hear your feedback when we’ve completed work for you, whether it’s as simple as replacing a single window, to constructing a whole conservatory or orangery. A recurring theme from our customer feedback is how neat and tidy our fitters are and how efficiently and skilfully they do their job.

We’re committed to giving you the very best service possible and are pleased to hear our valued customers are receiving exactly that. Here are a few of your much-appreciated comments:

“Work was done to a very high standard. All visitors remarked on the high quality of workmanship and materials.” Mr & Mrs C, September 2020

“Have no hesitation in recommending Horsford to anyone who is looking for a conservatory or any other products.” Mr & Mrs R, September 2020

“Very pleased with the new windows and French doors; Steve and Lee did a great job.” Mr K, August 2020

“They were faultless.” Mr & Mrs R, August 2020

“I love my new door and would use your company again in the future. Thank you.” Mr & Mrs C, July 2020

“We’re very pleased with our new conservatory and your workmanship. Thanks for Lloyd and his input as well. This is the second one you have built for us. Thanks Gary for looking after us” Mr & Mrs S, July 2020

“A pleasure to have both the base crew and the conservatory crews on site. What a breath of fresh air to have happy competent workmen. Thank you one and all.” Mr & Mrs L, June 2020

So as you can see, we offer great service, workmanship and products, but you don’t have to just take our word on that – just see what our customers have to say!

You can read more testimonials at: www.horsfordwindowandconservatory.com/home/testimonials

To contact us to discuss how we can improve your home you can:

Call +44 01603 666414

Use FREEPHONE: 0800 0155551

Email: sales@horsfordwindows.com

Thursday, 29 October 2020

Season of Warm Colours


Well, autumn is well and truly here, it can be a beautiful season with the leaves turning gorgeous shades of gold, red and brown, but on the downside the evenings get darker earlier and damp mists and chilly days return.
 

Interestingly, according to a study by 'The Journal of Ageing Research', people who are born in the autumn are more likely to live to the ripe old age of 100! It's also said that those born in autumn do better in education.
 

Whilst you can't control when you were born, you can make sure you and your home are prepared for autumn. Now is a good time to check your doors and windows and consider more up-to-date, energy efficient replacements if they are old and worn. Similarly you may like to replace your conservatory roof with a Warm Roof or our new Livinroof that provides better thermal efficiency - have a chat with the Horsford Team!



For more information please visit www.horsfordwindowandconservatory.com

You can also call us on: 01603 666414

Alternatively you can email: headoffice@horsfordwindowsandconservatory.co.uk

Tuesday, 11 August 2020

Warm Is The New Cool!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A conservatory is a lovely place to relax on a summer’s day, but have you found yours a little too hot during the recent soaring temperatures? What you need is a Horsford Warm Roof.

 

Despite its name, the Warm Roof is just as efficient at keeping your conservatory cooler in summer as it is maintaining the warmth in winter. By replacing your existing conservatory roof with a Horsford Warm Roof, you’ll not only transform the appearance of your conservatory, but you’ll benefit from a more ambient year-round temperature too.

 

If you’re interested in installing a Warm Roof – or indeed a whole new conservatory or other home improvement product that we offer – then we’re pleased to be able to offer virtual appointments and free no obligation quotes.

 

Our team is on hand to provide virtual showroom tours, accurate quotes and useful advice over the phone. All this from the comfort of your own home!

 

You can rest assured that when you see our vans out and about on a job, we’re following the latest government guidance on reducing the spread of Covid-19. All our teams are equipped with hand gel, ensure they wash their hands regularly and adhere to safe distancing regulations.

 

So there’s no need to delay getting that new Warm Roof/conservatory/door/window any longer. Get in touch today.

 

For more information please visit www.horsfordwindowandconservatory.com

 

You can also call us on: 01603 666414

 

Alternatively you can email:

headoffice@horsfordwindowsandconservatory.co.uk  

 

 

 

Thursday, 28 May 2020

New Horsford Service


This movie tells customers about our new virtual appointment service.

To get in touch:
Call 01603 666414 (Norwich)
or 01263 514594 (Cromer)

or FREEPHONE 0800 0155551


web: http://www.horsfordwindowandconservatory.com

Friday, 25 October 2019

Chestnuts and Wine

October is well and truly here with its requisite wind and rain, but what does October mean to you? Snuggling up indoors, throwing a Halloween party or hunting for conkers and chestnuts?

October was originally the eighth month of the Roman calendar, hence its name taken from the Latin word for eight, “octo”. Its historic Germanic name was Wein-mond, meaning wine month, could be a good time of year for curling up indoors with a glass!

If you’re braving the outdoors to walk among the fallen leaves and search for chestnuts and conkers, there are a few things you may be interested to know. Conkers are the seeds of the horse chestnut tree and tradition has it that they can be used to ward off spiders. Householders used to surround their homes with conkers to keep out the eight-legged creatures, but there is no proof that this actually works. While conkers are not suitable for human consumption, chestnuts certainly are and can be roasted, grilled, boiled or added to a variety of recipes. For great roast chestnuts, set your oven to 200ºC, 400ºF or Gas 6, cut a cross in the skin of each nut, place in a roasting tin and cook for about 30 minutes until tender.

 
On October 13th this year the full moon known as Hunter’s Moon was visible. The name appears to date back to Anglo-Saxon times, when meat was hunted and preserved in preparation for the coming winter.

Being prepared for winter is a sensible plan, whether it means buying new coats and boots, stocking up the larder with a few basics or talking to Horsford about new windows and doors to help keep the cold out of your home.

Whatever you do this Autumn, have a great time.

Friday, 7 June 2019

Flaming (or freezing) June


Meteorological summer officially started on 1st June and we're hoping for sunny weather to get out in the garden and warm days to spend time at the beach. But there's no doubt that our weather can be very unpredictable.

Back in June 1975, snow fell in various parts of the country, interrupting cricket matches and causing consternation. Some of the coldest June temperatures were actually recorded on the Norfolk/Suffolk border in 1962, when Santon Downham experienced a cold snap of a shivering -5.6 degrees!

However the record for the hottest June temperature was set in 2003, when Kent experienced a blazing 38.5 degrees. 

So this year we hope it will be a warm and sunny summer, but just to hedge your bets, you could opt for a Horsford conservatory or orangery so that you can enjoy your garden whatever the weather.



To get in touch:

Call 01603 666414 (Norwich)

or 01263 514594 (Cromer) 

or FREEPHONE 0800 0155551


Tuesday, 26 February 2019

Your Garden Room

A great way to get enjoyment from your garden all year round, whatever the weather, is to add a conservatory or orangery to your home. Not only does this provide a great place to view your garden, but you can make it a haven for plants, bringing your garden indoors.

Orangeries were originally constructed to house fruit trees, and you could still consider growing your own citrus fruits indoors today. You may need to monitor indoor temperatures depending on what you choose to grow, but lemons and kumquats are considered the most resilient. Olive trees are also good to grow in conservatories as they are evergreens that you can prune to your desired size and shape and hopefully be rewarded with a tasty harvest!

When it comes to flowers in your conservatory, Peace Lilies are a great choice as they are known for cleaning the air, whilst being easy to look after. Indoor Azaleas are also a good idea, adding splashes of colour including pinks, reds and purples.

Other popular conservatory choices that fair well include cacti, ferns and succulents such as Aloe Vera. 

Whatever you choose to grow in your conservatory or orangery, we're sure you'll be able to create a very personal garden room.

Get prepared for the season ahead - have a chat with the Horsford Team:

Call 01603 666414 (Norwich) or 
01263 514594 (Cromer) 
or FREEPHONE 0800 0155551
web: http://www.horsfordwindowandconservatory.com