Dumfries customer replacement vertical sash windows

2018-07-19T13:46:31+00:00 July 19th, 2018|Categories: Case Studies|

Comparison of old windows (lower) and the New (Upper) windows, during fitting. “Couldn’t be happier! Fantastic job! Excellent! Delighted!” Annabel Galloway and her partner purchased their period home in September 2017, and set out to extensively renovate their sandstone property. They were keen to retain the character and style of their home [...]

Scotia Windows & Doors New Premises

2018-07-07T14:46:06+00:00 July 3rd, 2018|Categories: News from Scotia|

Scotia Windows & Doors are counting down the days to September’s grand opening of our brand new head office, manufacturing facility and showroom in Kilmarnock.The 30,000 sq ft building has been purpose-built to meet the needs of our growing business, and will comprise of a welcoming reception area, modern showroom, state-of-the-art production facility and mezzanine [...]

Why Choose uPVC windows and Doors

2018-07-19T01:04:50+00:00 June 25th, 2018|Categories: News from Scotia|

uPVC has proven to be an extremely durable and long lasting material when placed in exposed areas like the outer walls of residential and commercial buildings. It offers superb performance in a number of important areas making rigid PVC windows and doors a viable and important investment in your home. Thermal Efficiency in uPVC [...]

Windows Energy Rating

2018-06-25T20:18:58+00:00 June 18th, 2018|Categories: News from Scotia|Tags: , , |

Many of us are familiar with energy ratings attached to fridges, dishwashers and a wide variety of electrical goods allowing us to choose the most energy efficient products for our home and recently this scheme has been extended through the British Fenestration Ratings Council (BFRC). BFRC issue Window Energy Ratings (WERs) based on the [...]

Scotia Windows & Doors is flying high!

2018-06-25T10:51:42+00:00 May 29th, 2018|Categories: News from Scotia|Tags: , , |

Check out our new fabulous footage of our new purpose-built manufacturing premises. We will soon be counting down the days to the grand opening of our new manufacturing facility and offices in Kilmarnock.   Our current 4 windows and doors manufacturing sites will be relocating to a purpose-built new plant and we will be increasing [...]

Scotia supporting Cash for Kids

2018-05-08T10:30:06+00:00 January 23rd, 2018|Categories: News from Scotia|

Scotia employees continue to do their bit to support the Cash for kids campaign that runs in Ayrshire every year. There were more activities than ever this year including a group walk up Goat Fell in Arran Listed below are the activities and congratulations are due to all involved as over £1500.00 was raised [...]

Case Study: Window Replacement, Cambuslang

2018-04-03T12:07:46+00:00 January 23rd, 2018|Categories: Case Studies|

Background: Our client had recently purchased a traditional semi-detached villa constructed in blonde sandstone. Our client felt that the appearance of the existing windows which were not in keeping with the original design features and the removal of the stone mullions, rather than improving the appearance, had dramatically changed the look of what was [...]

Case Study: Mokoia House, Troon

2018-05-08T10:31:21+00:00 January 13th, 2018|Categories: Case Studies|

The Background and Challenges: Scotia Double Glazing were approached by our client who owns a top floor flat in a beautiful property Mokoia House overlooking the Golf Course at Royal Troon Golf Club. Mokoia House is a Listed Building and like many local authorities, South Ayrshire Planning Department have strict guidelines regarding replacing windows [...]

Case Study: New Roofline, Kilmarnock

2018-05-08T10:31:57+00:00 January 4th, 2018|Categories: Case Studies|

Background: Mr and Mrs Haemmerle were previous customers of Scotia having new double glazing installed a number of years previously. The roofline on their stone cottage was timber and required annual maintenance to ensure its longevity and that it provided adequate protection against the elements. Inevitably, over time, even with frequent maintenance and fixes [...]