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Helping make Christmas cosy since 1993

Warm Christmas greetings to all our Customers, past and present.

We hope that we have helped to make your Christmas this year, a very cosy and special one.

Our manufacturing and fitting teams will taking a well earned break between 4pm on Friday 21st December and Friday 4th January.

Dave and Brian will be with our own families on December 25th & 26th and also January 1st but will available to meet with you at either of our Norfolk showrooms on any other day over the festive period.

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Get the most from summer with one of our affordable Norfolk orangeries

Elegant and pleasing on the eye, Norfolk orangeries boast refined architectural shapes to achieve the height of sophistication.

Originally designed to house and grow exotic fruits and plants, orangeries later evolved into symbols of wealth and status. Nowadays however they provide beautiful, stylish and affordable alternatives to traditional conservatory extensions.

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Coloured Conservatories Windows and Doors

Get out of neutral! Add warmth and style to your home with a range of coloured conservatories, windows and doors

examples of coloured conservatories windows and doors

Coloured conservatories , windows and doors offer an authentic alternative to timber windows, but without the associated problems of high maintenance and of course cost.

Coloured conservatories windows doors swatch

The colour revolution has transformed the European Fenestration (Conservatories, Window and Door manufacturing) industry over the last 20 years, with 40% of European homes choosing a coloured product… and the UK is catching on fast. Brilliant white is still the most popular exterior and interior colour on the windows of Britain’s homes – but more and more people are personalising their homes to suit their style.

Why not have a woodgrain finish on the interior of your windows to match the oak kitchen, or wooden floor you have but still maintain white on the exterior? Or white on the interior and a fabulous coloured woodgrain to match the stone on the exterior of your home? Bring your home to life with colour and style.

For a more creative look, why not choose a coloured finish from our Coloured Conservatory, Window & Door range:

These colour choices are available in textured woodgrains, brights and neutrals to give your home a genuine painted look.

The colours shown are designed as a guide to the Woodgrain and Artisan Woodgrain Collection. Before making your final decision, please ensure you have seen a foil swatch.





Colour information is correct at the time of printing but subject to change.

What are Energy Saving Windows?

Energy saving is incredibly important and so is keeping your fuel bills down

We are continually looking for ways to make our homes energy efficient and one way is to choose new PVCu energy saving windows. Not only will they help to keep your home warmer, they will reduce your energy loss.

Logo for the British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC)The British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC) introduced the Window Energy Rating (WER) labelling scheme to assist consumers to make an informed decision regarding the performance of energy saving windows.

Energy ratings labels are in a traffic light style and give a rating based on the performance of the whole window (frame and glass) and therefore allows you to compare one window with another and make an informed choice. The A+ rating is the most efficient rating and G is the least energy efficient. Not only can it save an enormous amount of money on energy bills (which today seems to be the most expensive payout for many homeowners), but can also contribute to saving the environment.

So what exactly are energy saving windows?

Energy saving windows are windows that help to contain and conserve heat within the home keeping out wind and rain, resisting condensation and yet allowing natural ‘free’ energy – the warmth of the sun – to heat the home. They are easily recognised, just look for the traffic light label.

Every time you watch the television, listen to the radio, or read a newspaper it is reported that energy prices are going to keep rising, so reducing your energy usage is more important than ever. Choose windows that not only save you money, but reduce your carbon footprint.

If you have single glazing in your home, or your double glazing was installed before 2002 you could literally be throwing money out of your windows!

By replacing your windows, installing energy saving windows with a minimum rating of a C and making small changes within your home you could save hundreds of pounds a year, as well as reducing your carbon footprint.

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Recommendations from Citizens Advice on energy saving windows

Installing BFRC rated energy saving windows will save you money on your energy bills. Citizens Advice calculated that energy price increases were eight times higher that rises in average earnings from October 2010 to November 2013.
(Click here to download the full Citizens Advice article). Many experts predict the costs of heating homes will continue to rise.

Being able to reduce our energy bills and reduce the carbon emissions from our homes by making them more energy efficient is becoming increasingly important.

Energy Efficient windows are rated ‘A++’ (the most efficient) to ‘E’. ‘C’ is the minimum to satisfy Building Regulations for windows.


Get Inspired with our Home Improvement Brochures

We’ve just put all of our popular Home Improvement brochures in one place.

With our Home Improvement brochures it’s now even easier to find some inspiration! You can view them easily on your computer, tablet or smart phone. Or you can download or print them when you’re planning a home improvement project.

There are currently 16 brochures to give you information and inspiration. Give Brian or Dave a call at one of showrooms in Wymondham or Blofield. They will help you explore your requirements and ideas and provide a free, no-obligation quotation.

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Our new orangeries brochure is now available

Elegant and pleasing on the eye, orangery buildings boast refined architectural shapes to achieve the height of sophistication.


Internal image of a finished orangery design manufacture and build in Norwich Norfolk

Originally orangeries were designed to house and grow exotic fruits and plants. The orangery evolved into symbols of wealth and status. Nowadays they provide beautiful and stylish alternatives to traditional conservatory extensions.

Our orangeries feature a decorative fascia on the outside and a perimeter ceiling on the inside, with a glazed lantern roof above. All models in our orangery collection use the very latest building materials and modern construction techniques. These modern skills and components provide a well balanced mix of style and design for living.

Once built, your new room will become an integral part of your home. All the family to enjoy, blending light with reassuring sturdiness.



Get a little conservatory inspiration with our new brochure


We are all looking to add some extra space to our homes!

Maybe you need more space for a kitchen, playroom, dining room or simply a room to relax in.

A conservatory creates a cost-effective way to increase the value of your home and provide you with all the space and light you need for relaxing and entertaining.

Your new conservatory will be manufactured from modern aluminium and PVC-U materials, built to last, guaranteed not to flake, rust, rot or peel, they are virtually maintenance free and require nothing more than the occasional wipe down with a damp cloth. With a variety of styles and nishes, our conservatories will complement your home perfectly and provide you with an extension that you and your family will enjoy all year round.



Consumer Protection Agency 15 Year Achievement Award

We were delighted to hear that J. Moon Home Improvements has been awarded with a 15 Year Achievement Award from the Consumer Protection Agency.

15 Year Achievement Award from The Consumer Protection Agency


CPA members are recognised in the UK as leaders in their field – only top rated tradesmen with the best reputations and work history are good enough to become CPA members.

The CPA also provides a range of consumer protection schemes and services to support householders before, during and after they embark on their home improvement project. These are issued by us directly, to you, whenever you have work carried out by one of our partnered contractors.

Just one more reason why choosing J. Moon Home Improvements for your conservatory, supalite tiled conservatory roof, patio doors, replacement windows or replacement exterior doors is the sensible choice in Norfolk.

Our SupaLite tiled conservatory roof brochure is here

Our SupaLite tiled conservatory roof converts almost any conservatory into a useable all year round sun-porch with amazing insulating properties.

If you are looking for a high quality tiled conservatory roof then look no further than our SupaLite Tiled Conservatory Roof Systems. We have many years of experience and are specialists in removing old conservatory roofs and replacing them with our state-of-the-art, lightweight tiled conservatory roof. We are the perfect supplier in East Anglia and surrounding areas to advise, assist or even action your SupaLite roof project.

To turn your conservatory into an all-year-round usable sun lounge, choose a SupaLite tiled conservatory roof from J. Moon Home Improvements.



Be inspired with our Home Improvements ideas guide

Why you should download our ‘Be Inspired’ Home Improvements ideas guide

Whether you’re making your home warmer, quieter and more secure. If you’re creating a better space to relax or work, improving your home is all about adding your style and personality, as well as protecting the value of your biggest asset and increasing its worth in the long term.

If you’re replacing your windows, building a conservatory, changing doors or making your place more energy efficient we can help you through the process with useful information and key things to remember.

Before you start work on any kind of home improvement, it’s important to plan ahead in terms of the timescales, costs and the installation companies you’ll need. You should also check out the local authority rules and regulations, particularly if you’re making changes on a larger scale, such as a conservatory, or if you live in a listed building or within a conservation area.

In our ‘Be Inspired’ Home Improvements Ideas Guide we will show you some of the choices you have available to you in terms of window and door options, frame finishes, glazing and how to make your home more secure or extend your home with a new conservatory or add style with new contemporary bi-fold doors!