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Sliding Patio Doors are fantastic to open your house up to the outside and let natural light fill your home. But with so many options available how do you choose the right sliding patio doors for your property? A good place to start is with...

VueLite are extremely proud to have been nominated as Sliding Patio Door Company of the Year in this years National Fenestration awards. The National Fenestration Awards are the fastest growing, independent awards within the industry. Launched in 2013 and now in its fifth year. The National...

Aluminium sliding doors and bi-folding doors are one of the most sought after features for homeowners in the UK for their homes. What is a Sliding Door? Sliding doors run on a track, either mono rail, duo rail or triple rail depending on the configuration of your doors....

Aluminium windows have always been a popular choice for commercial projects, but now aluminium has become the go-to choice for architects and homeowners designing window frames in new houses or renovations. With their slim sightlines, multiple colour options and minimal maintenance, aluminium frames have come...

Sliding patio doors used to be dull at best and ugly at worst. With frames of debatable quality and a choice of grey, grey or grey unsurprisingly they did not capture the public's imagination. And if you did opt for a sliding door then the...

Bi-folding doors have been around for some time and they are a product that the consumer knows and loves. But are the practical and easy to operate? Aluminium lift and slide doors are relatively new to the consumer and at first many think they are hard...

Imagine a home has a beautiful garden with a far reaching view, the owner adds a large extension and now has a 7 meter –What product could be used to fill that gap? Patio doors are out – too many windows and side lights to make...

Remember the aluminium windows from the 1970’s that were covered in condensation and did little to prevent heat leaving a room? Thankfully, glazing technology has come on leaps and bounds since. Modern aluminium windows offer great thermal ratings – known as ‘U’ values – and prevent...

Reason 1 - Stronger=More Glass Because aluminium is a strong material it can allow for large glass expanses without the need for bulky frame to support it and aluminium frames tend to have smaller meeting stiles than their uPVC and composite counterparts Reason 2 - Minimal expansion/contraction All...

There is a growing trend to extend and renovate rather than move as for many families there comes a time when space starts to run out a simple knock-through to combine rooms at the rear of the home can be the quick and easy solution...