Advice & Guidance


Conservatory Or Orangery - Which Is The Better Option For Extending Your Home?

3rd June 2020

We know that some Scottish families have had to spend their lockdown together in a small-sized home, which may have led to housemates getting under each other’s feet all too often.  It’s a situation they needn’t have experienced if they had the capacity to extend their property and filled the available space with a conservatory...

Love Your Home - Improvements You Can Implement During The Lockdown

7th May 2020

We will discover in a few days’ time how the government intends to relax some of the current restrictions, but it’s likely we will all be spending a bit more time in our homes.  As frustrating as it is, you’re in the best place for staying safe, and also doing your bit to save lives...

How To Maintain A Healthy Lifestyle When At Home

21st April 2020

Now that the government has given us official confirmation that the lockdown has been extended, we know where we stand and can do more to adjust to home living.  Putting your health first at a time like this is especially important as having a fit mind and body will help you get through it. Doing...

Organise Home Improvements From Home - Book An Online Appointment

7th April 2020

It’s a strange time for us all, but you don’t want to let things get in the way of you making future plans, such as getting new windows, doors or a living space organised for your home. In response to the inability of you being able to come and see our showroom, we have launched...

Can Triple Glazing Kill Off Outdoor Noise From Your Home?

25th March 2020

It’s all gone quiet outside because of us being advised to stay at home at the moment, which will come as some relief to you if your house is situated in a noisy city, town or village.  The din that comes from external traffic and loud passers-by can drive you up the wall if it...

Explaining Condensation And Offering Advice On Preventing It

19th March 2020

After a long, drawn-out winter, most of us are looking forward to some warmer weather, and that might not be the only reason why some can’t wait for conditions to pick up.  You could be one of those people desperate to see the back of condensation on your windows most mornings.  It rears its ugly...

What Will Be The Hottest Home Décor Trends In 2020?

10th February 2020

We’re only a matter of weeks into 2020, but several home décor trends have already started to emerge, which you should want to know about if you’ll be revamping your home interior soon. Jumping on the bandwagon of the latest home fads will be beneficial for a few reasons. Firstly, it will make you prouder...

Our 5 Biggest Energy Saving Tips For Big Energy Saving Week

15th January 2020

It’s a costly business being a homeowner. There are so many things that you must pay for – mortgage, council tax, TV licence, water bills… So, the last thing you need in addition to that is to be paying a huge amount of money on your energy bills. But people unfortunately are, often unnecessarily, and...

Why Does External Condensation Appear On My Energy Efficient Windows?

18th December 2019

Balhousie is always open and honest with its customers and keeps nothing hidden from them. A good example of this is when we tell our window buyers that they may find that external condensation forms on any double or triple glazed energy efficient windows they buy from us. Some express surprise at this revelation as...

How To Transform Your Conservatory Into A Fantastic Festive Setting

11th December 2019

You’re cutting it fine if you’ve yet to buy all your Christmas presents and haven’t decorated your conservatory as Christmas Day falls in exactly two weeks’ time. Apologies if that has got you panicking, but any good Christmas Day host will have their conservatory suitably decorated for the occasion if they plan to serve up...

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