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Is it February already? So much for a lull in business after the Christmas rush - January turned out to be our busiest ever, which explains why my Festive Front Page has hung around longer than the turkey leftovers (give them to the cat). We did goose this year (reasonably priced at Aldi!) and this has provided us with a huge jar of goose fat for doing delicious things to roast potatoes, meaning the low-carb diet might kick in again around mid-May. Ahem. All attempts to ignore the half-hundredweight of chocolate stashed in the cupboard have Failed Miserably. We made the mistake of saying we liked good quality, dark chocolate (supposed to be better for you) and all that has happened is that we got a case of dark chocolate bars with odd things added to them like Sea Salt; Cumin and Toasted Hedgehog. It may well be better for you, but not when you eat a whole 100g bar in a day (and putting half a bar back in the cupboard in the hopes you'll 'forget its there' doesn't work either, take it from me).
Meanwhile, back on the Close...
The mem-sahib and I are now waddling towards Spring, all the while praying that the rain and wind of biblical proportions doesn't take the roof off the house; we note that the neighbours on the other side of us are now preparing to either sell up or rent out. The mem-sahib thinks my aftershave is driving folks away. Our nice, new neighbours on the other side are all settled in although an absence of carpet on their staircase means an early morning wake-up if their little one is chasing the dog around the house. The scandalous and ongoing parking situation keeps escalating as Visitors and Complete Strangers continue (gasp!) to Park Outside Houses That Don't Belong To Them. I fear a confrontation of sorts is inevitable and doubtless the issue will feature high on the agenda of the next Directors' Meeting; along with the pothole that has appeared (overnight, it seems) at the end of the road.
News Story of the Week: " A Tennessee judge who ordered that a baby's name be changed from 'Messiah' to 'Martin' has been fired. In an interview with television station WBIR, Child Support Magistrate Lu Ann Ballew of Cocke County was quoted as saying: 'The word 'messiah' is a title and it's a title that has only been earned by one person and that one person is Jesus Christ'. Accoring to the U.S. Social Security Administration there were more than 762 applications for boys named Messish in 2012. "
Anyway, back to Regent Windows of Cheltenham: As mentioned, January was chock-a-block and enquiries keep coming in, so as always we're making aluminium bifolding doors like they're going out of fashion (they're not!). Good old PVCu windows seem to be creeping back in again (and have quicker turnaround times as well). If there's a recession on then noone told our customers so if I go quiet please excuse me I'll be busy doing quotes or explaining to people why it takes more than a week to get them their windows its not like we're Amazon UK or anything and everything we do is made from scratch in our small factory in Cheltenham not in some whopping great big 'Fulfilment Centre' in Slough or Doncaster goodness what are they doing with all those taxes they're not paying. Sorry I digress.
So as I was saying if I go quiet it's because we're super busy or I'm even helping out on site and getting picked on by by the bigger fitters because I'm soft and work in the office most of the time though I'll try to take some pictures while I'm there and put them on Facebook so you get an idea of what our stuff looks like; here look I've got some photos of customers' bifolding doors in situ. If you're thinking of having work done, don't just stare at the phone - pick it up and call me! (Not you, Cold Callers!) It's all good stuff we do - I know, because I bought my conservatory off this lot, before I joined the company. I'll do my best to keep more witty, informative and topical blogs coming.
Regent Windows are BY FAR the Best People For Bifolders in Cheltenham and Gloucestershire (we just can't make them quick enough). We're also getting poached by people in other counties so don't leave it too long before contacting us for a quote. PVCu windows are still the most cost-effective way of keeping your house warm and minimising heat loss and they're all made right here in Cheltenham! You'll save a bundle on your heating bills as your home will be easier to heat and keep the warm in for longer. PVCu double-glazing makes a house more secure (and you'll get a reduced premium on your Home Contents insurance). Our windows keep noise out, reduce your Carbon Footprint and are virtually maintenance-free. We've got our own team of fabricators and fitters and don't like to sub-contract things out since we think that is how you start to lose control of quality (and ownership!) We don't do sales or Buy-One-Get-One-Free offers on our windows; we think it's simpler to keep the prices reasonable all year round.
Regent Windows is still on Malmesbury Road in Cheltenham and manufactures all its own stuff. We do PVCu and Aluminium products; including front doors, back doors, bifold doors, windows, conservatories, roof lanterns. We're factory-direct and don't employ high-pressure, call-the-police-darling-he's-not-going-to-leave salespeople so give us a call or pop in and we'll see what we can do for you. We also do the small things like a bit of glass for the greenhouse or some picture glass (for pictures, funnily enough).
You can always pop in for a look around, we've got a factory all of our own and a showroom. Opening hours are here, (as well as an online contact form in case you're shy).
Thanks to hgrant of BuzzFeed for the chocolate!
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Regent RS has been manufacturing and installing windows, doors and conservatories for over 17 years.Our customers range from small local builders to the supply and installation for some of the UK's largest national constructions companies and housing associations.