From the lakes down to North Wales, this naturally beautiful part of the world is open to many more elements than its big-city counterparts. So the timber sash windows in this area require a little extra attention and our Surveyors’ specialist skills are tested thoroughly wherever they are called upon to work.
We have over 35 years’ experience of working on residential and commercial projects of all sizes, focusing on period properties of Victorian, Georgian, Edwardian and pre-war origin, along with listed buildings and those within conservation areas. Our expert team are on hand to answer all your queries.
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You’ll see our vans throughout Manchester, Liverpool, North Wales, Preston, Blackpool, Blackburn, Lancaster, Windermere, Kendal, Barrow-in-Furness, Southport, Lytham St Annes, Birkenhead, Sale, Altrincham, Knutsford, Warrington, Chester, Llandudno, Wrexham and surrounding areas.
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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.
The Grade II* listed Port of Liverpool building was built in the early 1900s and makes up one-third of the “Three Graces” based at Liverpool’s Pier Head, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
It was extensively damaged during the Blitz in 1941, and in 2008 we were proud to form part of the major internal and external restoration project, worth £8.5 million, by the (then) owner, Liverpool’s biggest commercial landlord company, Downing.
Sash window renovation and repair expert’s Ventrolla have once again weaved its magic on a beautiful grade ii listed building, freeing a family farmhouse from its tired and draughty windows.
Wimbrick House in Ormskirk, Lancashire, had fallen into disrepair and was in dire need of some TLC. Luckily Mr and Mrs Marsters saw the farmhouse as the perfect family home and decided to bring the property back to life, ready to spend Christmas together.
A beautiful detached Grade II listed property in Salford had 20 of its windows renovated, just in time to open them up and let the fresh air in for summer.
Mr and Mrs Costello could not open the windows in their property and so-called in Ventrolla to renovate and overhaul them. They loved the look of the windows but needed them to be fully operational in order to be able to open them in the summer months whilst retaining heat in the winter.