Ventrolla has recently featured in prime-time property television series, Beeny’s Restoration Nightmare, showcasing its sash window renovation service.
Being in the TV spotlight with Sarah Beeny was a great opportunity for Ventrolla and it was far from a nightmare with Sarah saying: “It made environmental, aesthetic and financial sense to use Ventrolla to restore all 147 sash windows we had at Rise Hall that were on the brink of collapse.”
Alan Bell, Marketing Director for Ventrolla, said “We were really pleased that we were Sarah’s first choice for her sash window renovation, and so glad we could help restore Rise Hall to its former glory.
The media spotlight has brought us plenty of new customers, as well as reminding old ones that we are here should they have any more windows that need care and attention. However, more importantly, it has spread the word that renovation is a viable option for people and that replacement is not always the right way to go when you own a period property.”
Sarah Beeny was filmed throughout her time renovating the Grade II* listed Georgian mansion, Rise Hall, to turn it into a luxury venue to host events and weddings.
Viewers had the chance to see the tables turned and Sarah taking her own advice when renovating the family home she bought ten years ago when it was near-derelict.
Sarah had become aware of Ventrolla over the years as they did some work on other people’s houses on Property Ladder and so she wasted no time enlisting their help to restore the sash windows on this massive restoration.
Sarah said: “Ventrolla were the first port of call when I needed to complete the huge task of restoring all the windows at Rise Hall. Having worked with them previously I knew they would work wonders on improving both the look and efficiency of the windows.
We are delighted with the work done by Ventrolla and they were a pleasure to deal with. The windows are an important feature of the building and by transforming them they have also transformed the façade of Rise Hall. I’ll definitely be recommending them to the people I work with in the future.”