Tuesday 10th March 2020
The importance of secure double glazing in your home
We all know just how important security is for our home. Protecting your family, valuables and property itself is vital, and that’s why we take security seriously here at Berben.
With advancements in technology and more sophisticated tools, the threat of break-ins and intrusions remains high across the West Midlands, and throughout the rest of the country.
That’s why keeping our homes protected from potential threats is so important, and the double glazing in your property plays a huge part.
Our windows and doors are the main entry points for burglars, and that’s why secure double glazing is so important. Double glazing is designed to be highly resistant against break-ins and will perform when it’s needed.
Why double glazing is so secure
Double glazing is designed with security in mind. We provide safe and secure PVCu windows that are not only renowned for their good looks, but their great security benefits too.
They offer impressive security features, from robust and sturdy PVCu frames, to highly secure locking systems and hardware.
All these features ensure our PVCu windows and doors achieve PAS 24 certification, which means they have been tested to the highest security standards.
At the forefront of our secure double glazing is toughened glass.
Toughened glass is designed to be more durable, which makes it much harder to break, longer to break and noisier to break. This means that it will take intruders longer to gain access to your property, and will cause plenty of noise in the process, which will help alert others to their crime.
Strong and durable PVCu
PVCu is the ideal material to use when it comes to secure double glazing in your home. It brings great strength, resilience and robustness together to provide an all-round highly secure window frame that will help to maintain security levels. When you combine the strength and durability of PVCu with latest locking technology and secure double glazing, you achieve a really secure window design that will help to keep your home protected.
High security locking systems
At Berben we use high security multipoint locking systems to help secure our PVCu windows and doors.
Multipoint locking works by securing the window in several different places with one turn of a key, helping to increase the resistance of the windows against attacks.
Secure hardware Even our hardware and accessories are designed to have great security benefits too!
Our PVCu double glazing comes with Fab ‘N’ Fix inline handles that not only offer great looks, but enhanced security as well.
Secured by Design accredited
A great feature to look out for with secure double glazing is whether the windows are Secured by Design (SBD) accredited.
Secured by Design is an initiative by the Chief of Police Officers to help design out crime by advocating products that have the highest levels of security.
PVCu windows earn SBD accreditation if they offer police preferred security levels. At Berben, we provide an SBD upgrade for our range of PVCu windows for an added layer of security.
Our secure double glazing
We can install our secure double glazing in homes across the West Midlands! This includes areas such as Coleshill, Solihull and Birmingham.
If you would like to benefit from our high security PVCu windows, or would like more information about our range, get in touch with us.
Our expert team is on hand to offer you the best advice on security and the designs, styles and
colour options available.
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Friday 7th February 2020
Our favourite colour options for windows and doors in 2020
When it comes to replacing your windows and doors, choosing colours can be a hard decision to make.
Coloured windows and doors can completely change the overall look and feel of your home, and with so many different colour options to choose from, it can sometimes feel like a minefield.
While trends in colour options may come and go, they are a great starting point for inspiration and can quite often spark lots of design ideas for your own home.
At Berben, we can provide you with all the help and advice you may need when it comes to choosing the right colours for your new windows and doors. And, we thought we’d start by sharing our favourite current and classic colour options that we offer for our range.
<h2>All the shades of grey</h2>
It’s no surprise that grey is top of the list. Grey has been a trending colour for a while now, and it is well and truly here to stay.
Grey’s a hugely popular colour trend across all aspects of life, from cars, to interior design. It was only a matter of time before the colour made a big impact on windows and door trends too.
Grey remains one of our most popular colour options and we have a selection of hues and tones available. Our most popular shade is Anthracite Grey, but we also have Slate, Signal, Basalt, Hazy and Agate Greys.
<h2>Sleek and simple</h2>
Contrasting with grey, another on-trend colour option is soft, sleek and simple neutral colours.
These softer, warm tones work perfectly amongst both modern and traditional style homes, adding a more muted, simple aesthetic.
Soft greens and creams are taking centre stage, with Dulux announcing it’s Colour of the Year for 2020 as ‘Tranquil Dawn’ – a soft and warm light green colour.
We have the perfect shade to match here at Berben, our Agate Grey has soft hints of green throughout and our Chartwell Green offers a richer, lighter green colour.
These sleek colours work particularly well for country cottages and barn conversions in Warwickshire and are perfect if you would like to add a touch of heritage style to your modern home.
<h2>Keeping it natural</h2>
Continuing with the sleek and simple theme, we are also loving the return in popularity for natural woodgrains.
Light or dark, classic or rustic, there’s so much versatility when it comes to woodgrain colours and opting for a natural effect can look amazing for both modern and traditional properties.
We have a whole range of woodgrain effect colour options to choose from, including Light Oak, Dark Oak, Irish Oak, Natural Oak, AnTeak, Rosewood and Mahogany.
With the move toward a more environmentally friendly attitude, we have seen the revival of vintage styles and fashions. A trend this year is to mix and match styles from various eras to create a true Retro look.
Bold colours such as deep greens, rich reds and sultry blues contrasted with calming neutrals are proving popular when it comes to windows and doors.
If you want to be bang on trend this year, choose our Steel Blue – a close match to Pantone’s Colour of the Year for 2020 – Classic Blue!
Why not choose a sleek neutral colour on the outside with a stand-out bold colour on the inside for an ultimate vintage finish.
<h2>Paint it, black</h2>
If you’re looking for a truly sleek finish for your home, black is definitely a colour to consider.
Black framed double glazing has started to increase in popularity over the last year, and we have seen more and more properties favour its sleek, simple and minimal looks, especially for city chic townhouses and apartments.
We have a Black Brown woodgrain finish that looks stunning inside and out on modern or traditional style homes.
<h2>What about white?</h2>
Whilst we’ve discussed our favourite colour options, white is still an ever popular colour choice for your windows and doors.
White windows look great installed in any style of home, and can offer a refreshed, upgraded finish that improves the overall look of your home.
We have white windows available in either a smooth finish or natural woodgrain finish to suit your tastes.
<h2>Our colour foil options</h2>
We use colour foiling to achieve our stunning window and door colour options. Colour foils work by permanently bonding a coloured foil to the glazing profile. It’s a super reliable method for achieving rich, stable colours for PVCu windows and doors, and latest technology means that the colour remain extremely resistant, so there’s no need to worry about it fading or discolouring.
As we use colour foils, there is also the option to choose a different finish for the inside and outside of your home.
To find out more about all the colour options we have for our range of windows and doors, get in touch with us!
You can call us on 0121 647 5130, email us at
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Saturday 25th January 2020
Tackling condensation in your conservatory
Now that winter is here, many of us choose to stay at home where it’s nice and warm, turning the heating up full blast and admiring the winter weather from a far.
However, the cold weather is often matched with the all too familiar appearance of condensation on your conservatory and windows.
Condensations in <a title="conservatories" href="https://www.berbenbsltd.co.uk/berben-building-services.php?pid=28&s=Conservatories">conservatories</a>
is a really common problem, but it can be easily resolved!
<h2> What are the causes of condensation in a conservatory? </h2>
It’s often assumed that the appearance of condensation is a bad thing, however that’s not always the case.
If the condensation forms on the outside of your windows, it means that your windows and conservatory are working exactly as they should be. It indicates that the windows are performing well by keeping the warm air in, and the cold air out.
However, if you find condensation on the inside of your windows, this can become an issue.
Condensation on the inside of your conservatory is a common concern for many conservatories. It’s mainly caused when your home is nice and warm and the air outside is cold. The technical term for this is the ‘dew point’, where cold and warm air meets and the water vapour in the air condenses,
ultimately leaving droplets of water on the inside of the cold windows.
<h2> How to prevent condensation forming in your conservatory </h2>
A conservatory itself doesn’t directly cause condensation, it’s simply just a result of our day to day lives.
As we enter the colder months, we like to keep our homes as warm as possible, and as we turn up the heating and keep the windows shut, the lack of ventilation causes moisture to build up in the air, thus forming water vapour that condenses to water as it hits the cold glass surfaces of the conservatory.
Our daily activities such as cooking, cleaning and drying clothes also adds to the water vapour in the air!
Luckily, there’s lots that can be done to help ease and prevent condensation in your conservatory. Here are 4 of our top tips:
<h3> 1. Keep the space well-ventilated </h3>
If your conservatory isn’t ventilated properly, condensation can easily build up.
A simple solution is to open your windows slightly whilst you have the heating on, as this helps the air to flow properly around your conservatory and reduces the water vapour in the air.
It is also a great idea to keep your windows open when you cook and clean!
<h3> 2. Don’t dry clothes in your conservatory </h3>
Drying your clothes inside on your radiators or on airers in your conservatory may be the most convenient option, however, this causes lots of moisture to build up, leading to condensation.
It’s a much better option to hang your clothing outside to dry or by using a tumble dryer instead.
<h3> 3. Try a dehumidifier </h3>
If you find that there’s a specific area of your conservatory that is quite damp, it might be a good idea to get a dehumidifier.
These work by drawing out the moisture from the air, thus stopping it from hitting your conservatory glass and forming condensation.
<h3> 4. Consider your furnishings </h3>
It’s best to make sure that your furniture isn’t placed right against the glass in your conservatory, and your curtains or blinds aren’t too heavy against the windows, as this can all contribute to trapping moisture.
Air needs to flow freely throughout your conservatory to reduce the chance of condensation forming.
<h2> Replacing your conservatory roof </h2>
If your conservatory could do with an upgrade, replacing the conservatory roof is a great option. A solid conservatory roof is ideal for creating a warm, ventilated living space with better all-round thermal efficiency.
It’s one less cold glass surface for condensation to form on, and helps air to flow freely throughout while keeping the warmth in.
<h2> Choose a conservatory by Berben </h2>
If you’re looking for a brand-new conservatory, or would like to completely replace your old one, we can help here at Berben.
We can design, supply and install a wide range of conservatory styles that offer excellent thermal efficiency, so you won’t have to worry about condensation!
Our conservatories are available with lots of designs and styles to suit your home perfectly, including Edwardian and Victorian, Gable-end, Lean-to, P-Shape and T-Shape options.
If you would like more information and advice on our conservatories, get in touch with our expert team. You can call us on 0121 647 5130 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday 3rd January 2020
Winter Home Improvements in the West Midlands
With 2020 on the horizon, now is a great time to start thinking about your winter home improvements.
Winter is often the time of year where we start to think of all the upgrades and improvements that we would like to make with our homes. It’s a time that we spend with our families, enjoying Christmas and the New Year, along with all the festivities that come with them.
Having the whole family at home during the winter often highlights just how much we could do with a little extra space, or how we would love to change the style of our windows and doors.
We can help you achieve your winter home improvements here at Berben. We provide a whole range of building services and double glazing across the West Midlands. Helping homeowners across areas such as Solihull, Birmingham and Coleshill make the most out of their homes and gardens.
If you would like to start planning and preparing for 2020, here is a selection of all the top home improvements that we can help you with.
<h2> Extend your home </h2>
The colder, wintery weather paired with family gatherings, festive dining and cosy evenings in front of the fire all add to the desire for larger living spaces.
If it’s extra space that you need at home, extending is a great option.
Nowadays it is even easier to extend your home, with whole variety of home improvement options available to offer you added space. From extensions and garage conversions to conservatories and orangeries, the choice is yours.
<h3> Extensions </h3>
We provide full extension building services, completing all building work down to flooring and decoration, so you can sit back and enjoy the added space in your home, without the hassle of moving.
<h3> Conservatories </h3>
A classic choice, a conservatory is a great way to add extra space and light to your property. We have a selection of high performance conservatory styles with completely glazed walls and both glazed and solid roof options.
<h3> Orangeries </h3>
With large windows, brick walls and a roof lantern, orangeries offer the perfect balance between conservatories and extensions for a living space that you can use all year round.
<h3> Garage conversions </h3>
Converting your garage is a great way to utilise any existing space that you no longer use or require.
If your garage is more of a dumping ground rather than a space to store your car, transforming it into a room that the whole family can use and enjoy can be a great option.
We offer full garage conversions to turn the space into a fully functional extension of your home. From installing new windows and doors to completing all the building work, plumbing and electrics.
<h2> Upgrade your double glazing </h2>
Another popular home improvement during winter is to change the overall look, style and performance of your property, with the help of double glazing.
Many homeowners often replace their windows and doors to change style, or to improve the energy efficiency of their property.
Our replacement windows and doors offer stunning design, excellent thermal efficiency and high security for an all-round great glazing option.
<h3> PVCu Windows </h3>
PVCu windows are a great way to transform the look and feel of your home. They feature ultra-robust materials with double or triple glazing options that not only protect your home, but keep it looking great for years and years.
We have a huge selection of window styles to suit your home, including Casement windows, Reversible windows and Sliding Sash windows.
<h3> Composite Doors </h3>
Combining traditional timber looks with modern performance for energy efficiency and security, composite doors can make a grand entrance for your home.
We install a wide range of modern and traditional composite door designs in a host of colours and finishes.
<h3> French Doors </h3>
French doors are a great option to connect your home to your garden. They often bring a touch of elegance and classic style to your property, with many designs that can be tailored to suit your home.
<h2> Improve light and space </h2>
During the winter, we often realise just how important it is to make the most out of natural daylight.
Natural daylight within the home can help to create a bright and light living space that can impact on your mood, health and productivity.
The glazing installed in your home can play a huge part when it comes to improving light and space. Along with our window options, we provide widespan doors with slim frames and large expanses of glass that let light effortlessly flood into your home.
<h3> Bifolding doors </h3>
For doors that completely open up an entire room, choose bifolding doors. They work in a concertina style, folding away to reveal wide open spaces. When closed, they offer large glazed areas that improve the level of light that enters a room.
<h3> Sliding patio doors </h3>
If it’s panoramic views you are after, sliding patio doors are ideal. They easily glide open to reveal your garden space, featuring walls of glass that lets all the light beam through, teamed with exceptional uninterrupted views.
<h2> Your winter home improvements project </h2>
If you are looking to take on winter home improvements in the New Year, get in touch with us.
We provide full building services and can help to manage your project from start to finish, covering design, installation and aftercare.
Our experience in the industry means that we always provide a quality, professional service and use only the best products on the market to complete your home improvements.
To find out more information, you can get in touch with us to discuss your project by calling our expert team on 0121 647 5130 or emailing email@example.com.
Alternatively, you can get a fast quote for any of our building services or products via our online contact form.
Thursday 5th December 2019
Does your home need new windows?
Windows play an important role in your home. The way they look, let natural light in, ventilate, insulate and provide security, all make a big impact on your home and your health.
It’s crucial to make sure that your windows perform well and keep your home as comfortable to live in as possible. Over time, old windows can lose their efficiency, especially old timber and aluminium windows. They might become draughty, not operate as well and even flake, peel or rot.
So, how do we know when our windows need replacing?
Luckily, there are lots of signs that you can look out for to know when it’s the right time to replace them.
To help, here’s our top five signs you need new windows in your home.
1.The window frames are looking worse for wear
One of the most obvious signs you need new windows, is if they look old and tired. Keeping older windows fresh can be hard work. PVCu windows may have become tired, and timber windows are more prone to flaking, peeling and rotting, which requires regular upkeep including painting and treating to keep them performing well. If your windows are past this point and are quite literally falling apart, it’s time to think about replacing them. A great benefit for modern windows is that they are engineered to last. New windows are made with high performance materials such as PVCu and aluminium, and are combined with thermally advanced glass, for an all-round robust, energy efficient and secure glazing option.
PVCu windows are a popular, great value choice to replace your old windows. They feature excellent styles that suit any property type and are super low maintenance, so you don’t have to worry about keeping them looking brand-new.We supply and install new PVCu windows, in a selection of styles to suit your home, including classic <a title="casement windows" href="https://www.berbenbsltd.co.uk/berben-building-services.php?pid=15&s=Casement_Windows">casement windows</a>, traditional <a title="box sash windows" href="https://www.berbenbsltd.co.uk/berben-building-services.php?pid=16&s=Box_Sash_Windows">box sash windows</a> and functional <a title="reversible windows" href="https://www.berbenbsltd.co.uk/berben-building-services.php?pid=17&s=Reversible_Windows">reversible windows</a>.
2.Your heating bills are on the rise
If you’ve noticed an increase in the cost of your energy bills, and you’re not quite sure why, it’s probably because your windows aren’t insulating as well as they should. Poor insulation can leave your home susceptible to cold spots and draughts, which can cause it to become uncomfortably cold. It means that it’s likely you’ll keep the heating on more often than usual, which will see a rise in your bills.
Cold spots are areas near your windows where the warm air inside your room is sucked outside through a gap. It’s easy to check for cold spots and draughts. Simply hold your hand about 30cm away from your window and move around until you feel a draught.Installing new windows is a great solution to improve your home’s insulation and ventilation. At Berben, we supply thermally efficient PVCu windows with double or triple glazing options. All our windows meet and exceed industry standards for energy efficiency, ensuring that you will always receive a high quality, energy efficient installation that will provide your home with a comfortable living environment.
3.You want to change the style or colour of your windows
Windows play a huge part in the overall look and feel of your home. Therefore, if you’re not happy with the style, design or colour of the windows, updating them is a great option.New windows can completely transform a property, from adding a modern touch, or even a classic style, the choice is all yours.
What makes modern windows so great, is that there are an abundance of design options to choose from to suit your tastes, home and lifestyle perfectly.Our windows can be tailored to you, with a full selection of styles, colours, finishes, hardware and accessories to match. We have both PVCu and aluminium windows to choose from, in classic casement, box sash and reversible designs. <br>
4.Your windows don’t block out noise very well
Do you seem to hear everything that happens outside your windows? Maybe you hear all the traffic passing by or hear people’s conversations from the street. If you’re always wishing for a bit more peace and quiet, your windows probably aren’t very soundproof.Old windows are renowned for allowing noise pollution to seep through, however this needn’t be an issue.Ask us about acoustic windows with double or triple glazing. They are manufactured to absorb sound waves before they enter your home, keeping the noise away.
5.You’re worried about the security of the windows
Windows help to ensure your home remains as safe and secure as possible and protect against potential intruders. If you’re unsure if the windows in your home are secure enough to resist burglars, new windows may be the solution.
As windows are often one of the main entry points for unwanted visitors, it’s essential that windows feature the highest levels of security available.
New windows are designed with latest locking technology, robust frames and secure double or triple glazing to provide ultimate security for your property.
A great way to understand how secure your new windows are, is to see what accreditations they have. Our windows are PAS 24 and Secured by Design (SBD) approved. SBD is an accreditation by the Association of Chief Police Officers and is an initiative that has been created to design out crime. To achieve this accreditation, our windows have passed rigorous safety and security tests, ensuring they provide sufficient protection against potential break-ins.
Replacing your windows
At Berben, we supply and install high quality windows for homes across the West Midlands, in areas such as Coleshill, Solihull and Birmingham.
All our windows are designed to offer your property with the highest quality glazing available, combining style, thermal efficiency, performance and security together for a truly great window installation.
As our windows are manufactured here in the UK, from leading suppliers, we can ensure that your windows are the best quality and are designed to suit your home perfectly.
Our team are experts in their field, and have all the experience, skills and knowledge to provide you with a great service. They will work with you to create the right replacement window installations for your property, advising you on the styles, colours and finishes available.
If it’s time to replace the windows in your home, get in touch with us. You can call us on 0121 647 5130, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or <a title="complete a contact form on our website here" href="https://www.berbenbsltd.co.uk/contact-berben-building-services.php?pid=9">complete a contact form on our website here</a>.
Tuesday 8th October 2019
Open up your home with aluminium bifold doors
Whether you’re refurbishing your home or extending, creating brighter, lighter, more open plan spaces has to be one of the main design requirements requested by homeowners for their properties.
For the illusion of more space, adding light can totally transform the overall look and feel of your home.
Luckily, it’s easier than ever to open up your home thanks to widespan glazing options such as aluminium bifold doors.
Bifold doors are a great option to extend a room into the garden, they help to open up walls and let natural light flood into the home, creating the sense of an open plan space.
Top tips for creating an open plan home
When fully opened, bifold doors are designed to open in a concertina style, folding away to completely open up the space between inside and out, allowing fresh air to flow through a building and drawing in more natural daylight.
These all help to give the appearance of more space in your home, creating an open plan feel that blends your home and garden together.
To complement bifold doors, there’s lots of simple design ideas you can use to help create a truly open plan home, easily:
Establish living zones
The idea of multi-functional living – or having specific functions to different areas of a room, is the most popular use of open plan living spaces.
Using furniture, glazing or partitions are a great way to effectively create distinct zones in a larger space – dedicating areas for the kitchen, dining and lounging.
Use colour wisely
Painting an open plan space different colours helps to easily create different zones, separating the different areas within the open space seamlessly! It’s also the perfect excuse to bring all your
interior design ideas to life!
Blur the lines between inside and outside
Match your interior and exterior design choices together helps to create a truly seamless transition from inside to out. This helps to create a flow between the home and garden and gives a great illusion of a much larger, open plan room.
Take advantage of the light
There’s lots to be said about the benefits of natural daylight. Not only can it improve mood, productivity and wellbeing, it can also help to transform the way your home looks and feels. A brighter and lighter space helps to create a more open feel, whether your room is big or small.
Our aluminium bifold doors
At Berben, we supply and install <a title="aluminium bifold doors" href="https://www.berbenbsltd.co.uk/berben-building-services.php?pid=21">aluminium bifold doors</a>
that are the perfect choice if you are looking to open up your home.
Aluminium bifold doors are designed to offer great style, beauty and performance, and are made unique to suit your home.
We can create bifold door designs in sizes up to 1.2 metres wide and 3 metres tall, for a truly ‘wall of glass’ effect and there’s also lots of varying opening styles to choose from.
If you’re looking for aluminium bifold doors, get in touch with us! We offer our high quality installations to homes across the West Midlands, in areas including Birmingham, Solihull and Coleshill.
You can get in touch with us directly via our <a title="online contact form" href="https://www.berbenbsltd.co.uk/contact-berben-building-services.php?pid=9&sma=contact_us">online contact form</a>
, or by calling our team on 0121 647 5130.
Thursday 29th November 2018
Building services solutions for your home improvement projects
With the trend to ‘improve, not move’ sky-rocketing over the last couple of years, home improvement projects have never been more popular.
The need for great quality products, with skilled craftsmanship and a reliable service is key. That’s why we offer complete, comprehensive building services here at Berben. With years of experience in the building trade industry, we know what it takes to provide excellent building services across both commercial and residential projects in the Midlands.
Our building services cover a range of improvements, from general building work, to extending homes, replacing windows and doors and adapting homes.
<h2> All your building work needs </h2>
We provide full general building work solutions. Extensions, garage conversions, home adaptations and refurbishments – you name it!
We know that when it comes to improving your home, only the best will do. All our team are experts in their field and have the skills and knowledge necessary to complete a superb job.
Offering a full service of general building work makes it much easier for us to complete various tasks in your home, saving you time, expense and the need to employ lots of different tradespeople to complete the job. We also work closely with our suppliers and manufacturers to ensure that we use the best quality, high performance products in your home.
<h2> Replacing your windows and doors </h2>
Always a popular home improvement, replacing windows and doors has the ability to totally transform any property. Not only does installing new windows and doors increase the energy efficiency and security of a home, they can change the overall look, style and feel too.
Using the highest quality glazing solutions, we provide PVCu and aluminium windows and doors with double or triple glazing options.
With the latest technology, our windows and doors meet and exceed industry standards for their performance. They are extremely thermally efficient, helping to insulate and ventilate your home to provide a comfortable living environment that can reduce your future energy bills too.
For both PVCu and aluminium, our glazing products are available in a wide range of modern and traditional styles and colours to complement your home and suit your tastes.
<h2> Extend your home </h2>
To add extra living space to your home, there’s usually lots to consider. We’ve made it much easier to extend your home, as we can help manage your project from start to finish, so you can get the extra space you want, without the hassle.
Whether it’s a new conservatory, orangery or building extension, our team offers help, advice, quality products, skills and workmanship.
<h2> Quality products that are tailored to you </h2>
Every product we use to complete your home improvements are engineered to offer your property superior performance, durability and a great quality finish.
For our PVCu and aluminium glazing, innovative designs are teamed with enhanced thermal efficiency and security to provide your home with an exceptional installation.
We consider each product that goes into your home, tailoring them to suit your property, lifestyle and requirements.
<h2> Your building project </h2>
Big or small, we’re happy to help you with your next home improvement or building project.
We provide a professional service with a friendly, skilled team to ensure your project receives the best service and products at the most affordable prices.
If you would like to discuss your project and how we can provide you with great quality building services and products across the West Midlands, get in touch with us.
We have a contact form on our website to make it super easy to contact us and request a quote. Alternatively, you can call our expert team on 0121 647 5130.
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