Still reliant on seasonal tourist trade, the nostalgic North Sea coastal town of Lowestoft has miles of sandy Blue Flag status beaches and two traditional seaside piers to explore. Those looking for livelier activities can choose from an array of energetic water sports taking place along the east coast e.g. kayaking, kiteboarding, paddle boarding, jet skiing, canoeing, as well as land boarding and kite buggies for those who prefer to keep their feet on dry land. There’s also a number of tourist attractions to keep the kids occupied; Pleasurewood Hills theme park on the northern edge of Lowestoft and Africa Alive wildlife park in the south at Kessingland, The Broads and Lowestoft Maritime Museum to name a few. The Lowestoft river taxi, running from Easter to October, is also a stylish alternative to explore the charming Suffolk Coast.
As Lowestoft impressively develops into the East of England hub for renewable energy, the need for energy efficient, high quality double glazed home improvement products heightens too. Supplying the very best windows, doors and conservatories, with over 30 years’ experience in the sector we have the tools to make every house in Lowestoft a welcoming home!
A seaside resort since as far back as 1760, Great Yarmouth is located on the mouth of the tranquil River Yare. Just 20 miles east of Norwich, there’s something for everyone to do here; both indoors and outdoors. From the historic rows to the acclaimed Great Yarmouth seafront, there’s lots of good old family fun to be had at the likes of The Pleasure Beach and Joyland amusement parks. It’s long sandy beach is perfect to sunbathe, enjoy a donkey ride and have an ice cream on the esplanade, whilst exploring its two traditional seaside piers. With a handful of fascinating museums to visit, don’t forget to see the Penguins and Sharks at the Sea Life Centre! For avid explorers, there are also easy transport links to nearby Caister-on-Sea, Gorleston, Cobholm and Southtown.
Just 11 miles south of Lowestoft, we often take a quick drive down to the pure shores of the River Blyth where the small town of Southwold lies. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Southwold is a popular destination for second homes; which is where a great deal of our home improvements take place.
With a healthy tourist-based economy, Southwold Harbour remains one of Suffolk’s main fishing ports. With Southwold’s Grade II listed lighthouse standing prominently on the horizon whilst it’s Victorian pier enjoys a new lease of life, we look forward to hearing from Southwold residents looking for high-quality windows, doors and/or extensions in the near future.
This small market town, 15 miles from Lowestoft and 12 miles southeast of Norwich, is beautifully positioned on the scenic River Chet on the southern Broads. With many fine buildings ranging from the 15th century church to a plethora of beautiful examples of Georgian architecture, we’re lucky enough to have installed a handful of home improvements in this picturesque area of the East of England.
Known for its picturesque landscapes, historic towns and charming villages, Suffolk offers a diverse range of attractions, from bustling market towns such as Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich, to the peaceful coastal retreats of Southwold and Aldeburgh. The East Anglian county is renowned for its cultural heritage and historic sites, including medieval churches, impressive castles and stately homes, such as Framlingham Castle and Ickworth House.
As the requirement for improved energy efficiency continues to rise, we look forward to bringing our 30 years of experience and quality workmanship to more homes in Suffolk.Get Quote