Monday, 20 November 2017

Company can transform your windows

WHILE many window companies may advise you to rip out the old and buy new, the ethos of Ventrolla is

WHILE many window companies may advise you to rip out the old and buy new, the ethos of Ventrolla is to repair existing windows wherever possible and install draught-proofing.

They manage to do this by using a special “epoxy” resin, developed specifically by the company, which can repair and restore damaged wood. Where repair is not possible, the company is able to replicate your windows in its workshop — ensuring that the character and style of your home is maintained.

The nationwide franchise company, set up in 1985, has a joinery workshop in Newtown Road, Henley, and will shortly be opening a showroom where customers will be able to see all aspects of their work.

Sales director Jim Neale said: “The idea behind the Ventrolla system came about in 1985 and has developed into the most effective system for draught-proofing traditional sash windows.

“Over the years, we have renovated thousands of windows without changing their appearance or character. During the renovation we repair the windows using traditional carpentry skills combined with our unique ‘epoxy’ resin.

“As you can see from the pictures, we are able to carry out complicated repair work on a casement bay which most other companies would simply discard, recommending a more expensive replacement.

“We have also expanded our range of works to include casement windows which, while less draughty, still suffer from perimeter gaps, and can be difficult to open and may have decayed over the years.

“Our renovation, upgrade and repair service is second-to-none and we take pride in the high quality of our new hardwood joinery.

“While in the majority of cases we keep the original sashes, when a replacement is required, we are able to match any existing moulding or detail so replacement joinery does not look out of place.”

New customers are welcome to make an appointment to view the workshop, and the company is currently offering a range of deals for January.

Customers are able to take advantage of interest-free finance, via Barclays, and all work is covered by a five-year guarantee which is issued to the property, rather than the individual. Draught-proofing is tested to BS 7386 and BS 6375-1: Class three standards.

The company, which moved from Highlands Farm last March, has added new ranges during the last five years, including wooden double-glazed sashes which can be fitted into the original box and secondary glazing, used specifically for noise reduction.

Mr Neale added: “Our ethos is customer service and we directly employ all our installers, as we feel that sub-contract labour is not suitable for the service we aspire to.”

To find out more, book an appointment, or arrange a quotation, visit website www.ventrolla.co.uk, call (01491) 412141 or email info@ventrollasoutheast.com

WHILE many window companies may advise you to rip out the old and buy new, the ethos of Ventrolla is to repair existing wherever possible.

They manage to do this by using a special “epoxy” resin, developed specifically by the company, which can repair and restore damaged wood. Where repair is not possible, the company is able to replicate your windows in its workshop — ensuring that the character and style of your home is maintained.

The nationwide franchise company, set up in 1985, has a joinery workshop in Newtown Road, Henley, and will shortly be opening a showroom where customers will be able to see all aspects of their work.

Sales director Jim Neale said: “The idea behind the Ventrolla system came about in 1985 and has developed into the most effective system for draught-proofing traditional sash windows.

“Over the years, we have renovated thousands of windows without changing their appearance or character. During the renovation we repair the windows using traditional carpentry skills combined with our unique ‘epoxy’ resin.

“As you can see from the pictures, we are able to carry out complicated repair work on a casement bay which most other companies would simply discard, recommending a more expensive replacement.

“We have also expanded our range of works to include casement windows which, while less draughty, still suffer from perimeter gaps, and can be difficult to open and may have decayed over the years.

“Our renovation, upgrade and repair service is second-to-none and we take pride in the high quality of our new hardwood joinery.

“While in the majority of cases we keep the original sashes, when a replacement is required, we are able to match any existing moulding or detail so replacement joinery does not look out of place.”

New customers are welcome to make an appointment to view the workshop, and the company is currently offering a range of deals for January.

Customers are able to take advantage of interest-free finance, via Barclays Finance, and all work is covered by a five-year guarantee which is issued to the property, rather than the individual.

The company, which moved from Highlands Farm last March, has added new ranges during the last five years, including wooden double glazed sashes which can be fitted into the original box and secondary glazing, used specifically for noise reduction.

Mr Neale added: “Our ethos is customer service and we directly employ all our installers as we feel that sub contract labour is not suitable for the service we aspire to.”

To find out more, book an appointment, or arrange a quotation, visit website www.ventrolla.co.uk, email info@ventrollasoutheast.com or call (01491) 412141.

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