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The New Alternative to Georgian Wired Glass At Dawes and Green we believe in finding the best new products on the market and we’ve found one – Twinfix GW Polycarbonate. It is a new innovation that replicates the appearance of Georgian wired glass but with twice the benefits. The product is usually 6mm thick and [...]

June 14th, 2018|Newsletters, The DG Group|0 Comments

Old doors re-open in style; local landmark building retains it’s facade but the modern way

On 2 February Dawes and Green were delighted to share the news to be involved with renovating an historical local building and transform a highly recognised landmark, Ravens of Southend. Ravens has now opened its 'new' doors and the works completed in accordance with the original brief.  Dawes and Green thoroughly enjoyed working alongside SKArchitects [...]

May 21st, 2018|Newsletters, The DG Group|0 Comments

Why we cannot ignore the environment in the property world

The reason it's so easy to ignore big environmental issues is because of just that, they're big. The world is so big that sometimes it seems difficult to comprehend the fact that resources are limited. At Dawes and Green we are committed to constantly looking for ways we can have a positive impact on the [...]

April 19th, 2018|Newsletters|0 Comments

Lost time is never found again; Why automated homes are the way forward

Twenty years ago, the thought of controlling devices in your home from thousands of miles away seemed like a futuristic dream. Ten years ago, we began to see that this was a possibility. Given the advancements in the last decade or so, automated homes are more affordable than ever but is it just a superficial [...]

April 18th, 2018|Newsletters, The DG Group|0 Comments

Everything old is new again

With this constant change and adaptation our local area is home to many amazing buildings both residential and commercial with ornate architecture, many of which originate from the Victorian era. Our streets are lined with terraced Victorian houses and many of us want to keep tradition but combine with the new, and the latest trends. [...]

March 29th, 2018|Newsletters, The DG Group|0 Comments

Old Doors Close So New Ones Can Open

Dawes and Green Awarded Contract to help Transform Historical Local Facade Dawes and Green are delighted to have been awarded the contract to install a new shop front and lobby to the redevelopment and well known former Ravens Department Store, Southend-on-Sea, which is to be transformed into a high-end restaurant, café and bar featuring a [...]

February 2nd, 2018|Newsletters, The DG Group|0 Comments

Choosing between uPVC and Composite Doors: What do you need to know?

Choosing a door for your home can be an unexpectedly difficult decision. The door is the gateway to your home so it needs to give off the right first impression, which is where we can help.  Over the last 20 years, composite doors have become more and more popular but does that mean we should forget about [...]

February 2nd, 2018|Newsletters, The DG Group|0 Comments

Simplicity is the key note of all true elegance

The Rise of 'Grey' Henry Ford, the American business giant and founder of Ford Motor Company, was once quoted saying that his customers could have any colour car they wanted ‘so long as it’s black’. A product had been created for the masses but where’s the fun in that? Why would you want the same colour car as [...]

January 3rd, 2018|Newsletters, The DG Group|0 Comments

So much of our future lies in preserving our past

Keep your Home, keep our Heritage Whether you are a landlord or homeowner, you have a duty to maintain and look after your property. Forget about the legal requirements that explicitly say you have a responsibility but think of the unspoken duty; the duty of maintaining a heritage that could potentially be forever lost. It [...]

December 21st, 2017|Newsletters|0 Comments

An Old Friend is a New House

Southend-on-Sea and its surrounding area is diverse and, being part a seaside town, "has a fascinating history shaped by a number of practical, social and commercial factors. It has experienced periods of both organic growth and planned expansion, particularly responding to the arrival of new railway and road access." With this constant change and adaptation [...]

November 10th, 2017|Newsletters|0 Comments