Whether your home is a period terrace, a cottage, or a manor house, your local surveyor, Gareth, can talk you through the range of options available.
Working alongside Gareth, our Installation Team are on hand to give you advice when your wooden windows are the next job on your ‘to do’ list.
By offering a free survey, they can visit your home to assess the work required and answer any questions you may have. Within two working days you will then receive your free, no-obligation quotation, which details the work required window by window. The decision is then left in your hands. See below for further information on the services we offer. Benefit From A Ventrolla Sash Window Restoration:
You’ll see our vans in Stoke-on-Trent, Stafford, Leek, Stone, Uttoxeter, Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Whitchurch, Ludlow, Church Stretton, Montgomery, Aberystwyth, Telford, Newport, Market Drayton, Shifnal and many more surrounding areas.
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Sash window renovation specialist, Ventrolla, have provided invaluable skills to help refurbish a landmark educational facility in central Stoke.
Staffordshire University appointed Architects, Hulme Upright, to carry out renovations on its historic Cadman Centre, which houses the university’s library and administrative offices.
Ventrolla carried out work at the university, renovating around 140 sliding timber sash windows on the two storey building.
A crumbling 200-year-old Georgian property will live to see another century after its charm won over local homeowners.
Louis and Haley Smith invested in the near derelict Dunsley House, in the large village of Kinver in South Staffordshire, in December 2009 after having their eye on the three storey property since 2006.
Due to the scale of the project, renovation specialists were needed and the couple appointed Ventrolla Staffordshire and Salop when it came to the unique sash windows.
The Lion and Pheasant hotel called in Ventrolla to renovate the sash windows on the well-known local hotel, bar and restaurant in the heart of the town.
Over thirty sash windows were given a complete overhaul to ensure they were in perfect working order, energy efficient and in keeping with the 17th and 18th century structures and sophisticated interior design.
Rachael Chidlow, a Partner at award-winning Architects Paul Keogh Architects, is delighted with the renovated windows.