Ventrolla | South East | Wooden Sash Window Specialists
Offering Replacement sash windows, sash window repair,
double-glazing & draught-proofing to the south east of england
Beautiful Timber Sash Windows and Sash Window Repair in the south east of england
Our team at Ventrolla South East work on everything from residential properties to commercial projects alike – all to the fantastically high standards you would expect from the sash window experts.
Ventrolla South East offers a bespoke restoration and repair service for wooden sash windows and casement windows. We also restore timber doors.
Our service centres around maintaining the original charm and character or your windows, or doors, whilst improving their energy efficiency with draught proofing or double glazing.
This is our biggest team covering a large geographic area by having teams based locally to our customers across the south east of England. From an administrative perspective, all customers are looked after by the friendly team in their Henley-on-Thames office.
Services we provide:
- Sash & Casement Window Repair
- Draught Proofing for sash & casement windows
- Secondary Glazing for noise reduction
- Wooden Double Glazing to prevent heat loss
- New bespoke replacement timber windows
You’ll see our vans everywhere, covering far and wide, including Guildford, Farnham, Godalming, High Wycombe, Aylesbury, Hemel Hempstead, Berkhamsted, Surbiton, Kingston-upon-Thames, Walton-on-Thames, Epsom, Weybridge, Maidstone, Faversham, Rochester, Oxford, Banbury, Abingdon, Portsmouth, Gosport, Southsea, Reading, Henley-on-Thames, Newbury, Dorking, Reigate, Haywards Heath, Horsham, Windsor, Maidenhead, Marlow, Sutton, Marlborough, Devizes, Swindon, Putney, Wimbledon, Wandsworth, Richmond, Twickenham, Teddington, Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks, Hastings, Uxbridge and surrounding areas.
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. Whatever the issues you are facing from your windows. You can rest assured that after one visit from Jim, Simon and their team, you will be looked after by real experts in their field who make your home their total priority.
Get in touch to arrange your free, no-obligation survey with our South East team.
Ventrolla South East | Sash Window Repair
Unit 10 Thames View Industrial Estate
t: 0800 0277 454 | 01491 412 141
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.
A selection of completed sash window restoration projects in the South East of England
Sandhurst Royal Military Academy
After the existing windows, dating back to 1862, were given their marching orders due to their poor condition, the timber renovation specialists were drafted in to upgrade the ageing sashes.
As part of a £7.5 million refurbishment across two years, the Grade II listed building, used by the Army Medical Directorate, presented 450 sash windows in dire need of complete renovation and upgrade due to many years of exposure to the elements.
Window specialist, Ventrolla, has recently commenced work on the historic Coleherne Court in earls court, south west London, which was once home to Diana, Princess of Wales.
Ventrolla was appointed the project by Coleherne Court Maintenance Fund following a recommendation and, to date, around 20 apartments have had their wooden sash windows and French doors restored by the company.
The 213 luxury apartments at Coleherne Court span three blocks and are set in an acre of landscaped gardens.
Ventrolla, the sash window renovation specialists, were called in to help when a homeowner’s original sash windows were damaged in a fire.
The front bay window was part-damaged, with two of the bay windows just needing a general overhaul, and the third needing full replacement.
Ventrolla renovated to two remaining windows and carefully replicated them to create a new third window in keeping with the rest of the bay.