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Monthly Archives: March 2018

St Patrick’s Day

Happy St Patrick’s Day

 

To celebrate St Patrick’s Day we thought we’d share a portrait recently voted Ireland’s favourite painting: Hellelil and Hildebrand – The meeting on the turret stairs (1864) by Frederic William Burton.

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Glass Staircases from Abbott-Wade

Glass Staircases Blog

Here at Abbott-Wade, we have been performing staircase renovations and refurbishments for over 20 years. As our business has grown over the years going from strength to strength, many staircase design trends have come and gone.

Currently, one of our most favoured staircase products is our glass staircases. The use of glass staircase panels allows more light to pour through your home while adding a sense of elegance and style to your hallway.

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What our customers say: We have the experience & expertise

Since 1996, we have built an unrivalled reputation which, according to our customers, sets us apart from other companies. Experience and expertise like ours cannot be bought. They can only be earned with time, commitment and ability. These are increasingly important factors for our customers.

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“We chose Abbott-Wade because they were extremely accommodating. Despite our challenging requirements they were happy to do exactly as we specified without trying to influence us in to making any compromises.” – Mr & Mrs Slater, Blackburn

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Staircase Stories: Mr & Mrs King, Ipswich

Sixty spindles equates to a lot of sanding, painting, drips, splatters, stress and mess! Mr & Mrs King decided to opt for a new pre-finished oak and glass staircase. The quality, design and price promised by their designer persuaded them…and Abbott-Wade delivered on that promise.

Your company excellent to deal with, no fuss, work completed within time frame, very personable team.   We would thoroughly recommend you.

 

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Don’t Move – Improve!

Moving home doesn’t come cheap and can be a leap into the unknown, that’s why more and more home owners are choosing to stay put and improve rather than move.

“for 1 in 8 homeowners creating more light was also a key motivation”

A survey of 1000 UK homeowners by Pilkington Glass found that the average UK homeowner has spent £11,240 on home improvements during the last 5 years as the needs of their family circumstances changes. These investments may come in the form of essential maintenance or creating more space. It’s interesting to note that 41% of these surveyed listed adding value to a property as the motive for carrying out home renovation while for 1 in 8 homeowners creating more light was also a key motivation.

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