Bridge of Allan Conservation Area
Renovation of Original Sash Windows in Listed Building
“In poor condition”. That was the unflattering description that the owner of a listed home gave to her original sash windows. For the property in the Bridge of Allan Conservation Area, that was just the tip of the iceberg:
When the time comes to renovate or repair windows in listed buildings, the challenge is to find an effective solution to the list of concerns, whilst preserving the charm of the original windows and meeting listed building regulations. Ventrolla is a natural choice.
As timber sash window specialists Ventrolla can replicate existing windows. Using traditional joinery methods our team of joiners skilfully craft windows that are consistent with the originals right down to the last detail, matching both appearance and quality of construction.
Following our customer’s enquiry, a member of the Ventrolla team completed a window-by-window survey of the property and drew up recommendations. The homeowner chose to replace the original windows and introduce timber double glazed sashes to improve energy efficiency, and make her home more peaceful.
Our local installation team completed the work, fitting new windows and installing Ventrolla’s Perimeter Sealing System, a process that upgrades the windows’ performance, reducing heat loss, and eradicating the bothersome draughts and rattles.
The homeowner admitted that she had not been looking forward to having her windows installed. Understandably, for some the thought of having people working within their home isn’t particularly appealing. We recognise this and are driven to minimise disruption and keep our customers informed every step of the way.
We have over 35 years of experience with listed building timber window renovations and repairs.
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