The average Brit will redecorate their home 36 times in their lifetime – spending a whopping £36,205 in the process, according to a new study.
To mark its 50th anniversary, Anglian Home Improvements has today announced a nationwide community appeal in a bid to find 50 worthy causes to support across the UK.
As Brits return from their summer holidays and suitcases are packed away, focus traditionally shifts to getting the home winter-ready.
Members of the Charity Committee for Anglian Home Improvements have been presented with a special award by HRH The Princess Royal.
To mark Anglian Home Improvements celebrating 50 years in business, we have undertaken some research to find out how British homes have evolved over the last five decades.
It may have been the Swinging Sixties but a new survey reveals we much prefer the way we live now. The evolution of the British home is laid bare in a fascinating new study that highlights changing tastes and technology over the past five decades.
Anglian Home Improvements has been awarded a 4 Star Tradestand Award – the highest accolade available – for its stand at this year’s Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, which can be found within the RHS Celebrity Theatre Marquee.
Around 100 WI members assembled at Denman – the WI’s educational college – on Wednesday 24th June for an informative and engaging day with Anglian Home Improvements, entitled ‘A window on your home’.
A new range of botanical-inspired decorative glass for windows, doors and conservatories will be unveiled at this year’s Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
Anglian Home Improvements hosted a Macmillan Male Cancer Awareness Day at its Norwich factory on Monday 1 June, giving staff an opportunity to find out more about male specific cancers and have their questions about cancer answered by a Macmillan health professional.
A collaboration between two longstanding Great British brands – Laura Ashley and Anglian Home Improvements – has resulted in an exclusive new range of etched decorative glass, providing both privacy and style for the home.
The Anglian Home Improvements timber orangery proved a popular draw with visitors to this year’s Grand Designs Live event. The headline sponsor’s eye-catching sage green Edwardian style orangery with timber bi fold doors was a central feature in the Grand Gardens part of the show.
A stunning sage green Edwardian timber orangery will be the focal point of Anglian Home Improvements’ presence at this year’s Grand Designs Live event.
Anglian Home Improvements has announced that its uPVC ‘Tilt and Turn’ and Sliding Sash windows will now be A rated as standard, in a welcome boost for Britain’s energy conscious homeowners.
Anglian Home Improvements’ new remote control steel sectional garage doors convey a stylish and contemporary look that comes hand-in-hand with convenience and efficiency, providing added kerb appeal for Britain’s homes.
Anglian Home Improvements welcomed the Shadow Chancellor, Rt. Hon. Ed Balls MP, to its Ossett branch in West Yorkshire on 23 January to discuss key industry issues, including how to boost energy efficiency within the UK housing stock.
Home-loving Brits say that cosying up in front of the TV is their perfect antidote to winter, yet surprisingly this may be one of the reasons why many of us feel down or demotivated over the winter period. According to a recent survey by Anglian Home Improvements...
Homeowners’ rights to build extensions and conservatories will be firmly in the spotlight during a debate at the House of Commons that has come about following pressure by Anglian Home Improvements and the Glass and Glazing Federation.
Women pay the heaviest price for the clocks going back, with females up to 50% more likely to suffer from the winter blues than men, a new study by Anglian Home Improvements has revealed.
Almost 1,000 years of combined loyal service from 37 Anglian Home Improvements employees was recognised and celebrated at the company’s 2014 long service awards, held at Carrow Road on 26th November.
Anglian Home Improvements has been awarded Secured by Design status for its double and triple glazing PVCU casement and ‘tilt & turn’ windows due to their high quality, security-focused design.
Anglian Home Improvements has today (9 October) unveiled its new high-tech triple glazed windows at the opening of Grand Designs Live in Birmingham.
The launch of Anglian Home Improvements’ new high-tech triple glazed windows will provide greater choice and flexibility for the UK’s homeowners, enabling them to fit triple glazing only where it’s really needed.
Employees of Anglian Home Improvements up and down the country will be supporting the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, organised by Macmillan Cancer Support, on Friday 26 September, with all monies raised being matched by the business.
More than one hundred Women’s Institute (WI) members attended a successful educational day hosted by Anglian Home Improvements on 22 September, held at the WI’s residential college Denman in Oxfordshire.
Anglian Home Improvements is the latest company to be accredited with the esteemed Made in Britain marque.
Anglian Home Improvements will be showcasing a stunning timber orangery at this year’s RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show (8-13 July 2014), as well as supporting the adjoining RHS Celebrity Theatre and its impressive line-up of famous personalities.
The older generation can teach younger homeowners a trick or two when it comes to practical ways of reducing energy and water consumption, a survey reveals today.
Members from the Norfolk Federation of the Women’s Institute were welcomed by Anglian Home Improvements for a VIP day at the new Norwich showroom on Wednesday 11 June, including a ‘behind the scenes’ factory tour and a talk by actress and Anglian Ambassador Sally Geeson.
Anglian Home Improvements has been announced as the headline sponsor for the inaugural Ideal Home Show in Manchester, which will open its doors at Event City Manchester from Friday 6th to Sunday 8th June.
In a boost for energy conscious homeowners, the UK’s biggest home improvement company, Anglian Home Improvements, today announced that it will offer ‘A rated’ as standard across its uPVC range of casement windows.