As you know, specification is an essential part of the design process. A badly written specification can cause major problems for every member of the project team and can cost the client a great deal of money. A well written specification can enhance project delivery and save money.
95% of our orders are Architect specified, which is why we work in partnership with RIBA to feature on all their platforms, ensuring we’re front of mind for your next project that requires window renovation.
You can find our specifications on RIBA NBS and RIBA Product Selector. These specifications have been created by NBS for Ventrolla. The clause is authored in NBS format and is intended for inclusion in product specifications, so the clause can be copied and pasted into your project specification document*.
* Note from RIBA: NBS product guidance is not a replacement for the manufacturer’s literature and it is recommended that Ventrolla be consulted before specifying.
You can also find details of our RIBA approved CPD courses on the RIBA CPD Providers Network. These can be hosted at your own office or attended online with our monthly Webinar.
Approved by RIBA – part of the RIBA Core Curriculum, and worth double points – Ventrolla run two CPDs, each outlining the benefit of timber window renovation, repair and replacement.
Replacing windows with a lesser quality product can result in unnecessary complications, higher costs to the client, loss of the building’s character and a negative impact on the environment. In our CPDs we take the time to explain the options available when managing a sash window project.
We can come to your office to present our CPDs to you and your colleagues on a lunchtime**, or you can join us online for our monthly CPD Webinar – the choice is yours! On completion of either, you will be emailed your RIBA CPD Certificate.
Take a look at our Information Sheet on our brochure downloads page to get an overview of the areas covered within the CPDs.
to discuss your CPD seminar, alternatively please fill out our contact form by clicking the link below and we will contact you shortly. Or you can register for our online webinar below.