Our local Dublin Surveyor, Martin, and his team have a wealth of timber window knowledge, using their background in carpentry and joinery. They will be on hand from beginning to end to oversee your window project, making sure you receive the best service and true Ventrolla quality.
Covering Dublin and surrounding areas, our Ireland team can help with all those common timber window problems, such as draughts, rattles, leaks, dust ingress, rattles and noise – just as us how!
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You’ll find our team working in Dublin, Rathgar, Rathmines, Clontarf, Co. Dublin, Co Wicklow and many more historic towns in and around Ireland.
Get in touch to arrange your free, no-obligation survey with Martin and his team.
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From terrace house to manor house, restoration to full replacements, one window or a thousand, we can help. Get in touch with our friendly team today.
Ventrolla Ireland has successfully completed a major window renovation project at The Polish Embassy in Dublin.
In total, 26 windows were restored at The Embassy using the unique Ventrolla Perimeter Sealing System (VPSS). This was installed into the gaps surrounding each sash to eradicate draughts.
Ventrolla also carried out a performance upgrade on the windows after the counter weight ropes were broken resulting in the windows falling independently. The sash cords were replaced, pulleys serviced and sashes correctly balanced to ensure a smooth and safer operation.
Sash window renovation specialist Ventrolla has helped to preserve the heritage of a 200 year old building in central Dublin.
In a large renovation effort to restore the General Post Office (GPO), headquarters of the Irish postal service, Ventrolla was enlisted to tackle many of the deteriorating sash windows after office workers experienced draughts, leaks, rattles and operational issues.
To remedy this, Ventrolla began by removing decaying timber and filling the cavities with its unique epoxy resin VR90, moulding it to match the existing timber profile. This was followed by a service of the pulleys and sash cords to ensure smooth operation.