Brighten Up Your Home

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Ever think the lights in your home don’t brighten the room enough, leaving a depressing dull feeling?

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Warmseal have a few ideas that can transform your home by enhancing light from the outside world. Some rooms are less bright than others, most commonly the hallway. This room is very important for creating first impressions on visitors.

Light up your hallway

We spend so much time making these rooms more attractive with family photos, modern furnishings and effective wall coverings, but the major problem is lack of light. One way to brighten up your hallway would be to install a new door with a window built into it and a side window alongside the door.

This would instantly bring light into the hallway, making it feel warm and welcoming, and the high efficiency A+ rated glass supplied by Warmseal means the room is fully insulated. Not only that, but our front doors are all Secured by Design, offering the ultimate in security and safety. We offer a wide range of window styles and colours so we can be sure to have something that fits the style and era of your house.

Open up your home

Open way to flood your house with space and light, is to fit a bi-fold door. As an alternative to the traditional French door or patio door, the bi-fold door enables you to bring the outside in.

Open up the back of your house, giving it that continental feel – sit in the kitchen or dining area and enjoy your breakfast in the open air. Relax on summer evenings with a glass of wine, listening to the sound of nature!

Why choose Warmseal?

If you’re keen on brightening up your home why not give us a call (0800 321 7011) and a member of our team will take you through all the options and answer any queries you might have.

Alternatively, why not pop into our showroom in Throckley? That way you can meet our knowledgeable and friendly team face-to-face, whilst browsing through all of the premium quality products Warmseal has to offer.

Paul Jennison

Former Managing Director at Warmseal, 2002-2015. Family man with a passion for interior design.

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