We had a busy weekend exhibiting at House at the RDS in Dublin. House is Ireland’s premier interior design event. Therefore it is a great opportunity to show our products. Potential customers could see the quality of the sash windows, the paint finishes and ironmongery choices without feeling obliged in any way. Furthermore, it is a lovely chance to discover the endless possibilities in window repairs or upgrades.
Initial feedback showed us that customers couldn’t quite believe the incredible finish achieved with all natural products – from raw timber to water based finishes and fine profiles. We are a timber joinery offering a full service from design to manufacture and fitting. This includes knowledgeable guidance from our project managers along the way. The result is that we look at each home in a unique way. Each project starts with a generous personalised visit. The best solution is often not the most obvious one. Our job is to discover that solution for you.
At the House show, CEO Barry Callaghan gave a talk through the Trend Talks Forum with Dr Eleanor Flegg from the Irish Independent. The interview, alongside Rebecca from Hedgeroe and Carol-Anne from CA Design was popularly attended and involved an interesting discussion about the manufacture and business side of the companies, as well as technical questions about double glazing and window sections.
Earlier in the day Patrick Kelly from our sales team spoke with Social TV Hashtagmedia.ie about sash windows in general. This video shows our beautiful slimline sash window and shutters, as well as our A-rated sash window.
Before the doors opened there was a flurry of activity inside the main hall of the RDS as the exhibitors tidied up. Here we are ‘behind the scenes’ as we got the Timeless Sash Windows stand ready.
Our stand included a casement window that opens outwards, a slimglazed sash window with shutters and surrounds, an A-rated sash window and a timber panelled front door. This front door received a lot of attention, and for all the design gurus, the paint colour is Hague Blue by Farrow and Ball in a gloss finish. The ironmongery is polished chrome. The section size is 63 mm, which is thicker than a standard front door which would generally be 56 mm.
Most importantly, for everyone that visited we hope that you enjoyed the show and we look forward to continuing the conversation with you in the coming weeks.
Finally, for anyone that missed this opportunity is welcome to drop by our showroom. Here you can have a look at the manufacturing process at our joinery in Trim.
Thanks to all the organisers for putting on a great event at House 2019.
Published 28th May 2019
Words & Pictures by Jennie Ritchie, Timeless Sash Windows.