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Timeless Sash Windows in the Irish Times

energy efficient windows

energy efficient sash windows

This feature in the Irish Times tells the tale of how a run down apartment in Dun Laoighre has received a thoughtful and sophisticated window makeover and complete refurbishment, improving its energy rating in the process from a G to a B2. This dramatic transformation includes all slimline double glazed flush casement windows by Timeless Sash Windows.

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The back of the house is also unrecognisable, having received planning permission to extend and open up to the patio garden with bi-fold doors.

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This project used mahogany wood for the windows and doors, with toughened glass 4/4/4 with a black spacer bar. The ironmongery chosen is satin chrome. The paint colour intside is RAL 9016 with a 20% gloss and exterior RAL 7015 with 20% gloss.

As with all of our projects, it was closely co-ordinated with the builders working on site to ensure an on-time delivery. The result is an elegant townhouse in an ideal location that is finished to extremely high standards of energy efficiency and architectural design.

Here are some of our Before and After photographs.

window makeover

AFTER – the finished property

window makeover

BEFORE – the property as it was

window makeover

BEFORE – the exterior of the property before the work was carried out

window makeover

AFTER – flush casement, energy efficient windows in bedroom 1

window makeover

AFTER – flush casement, energy efficient windows in bedroom 2

window makeover

Bi-fold patio doors – timber and energy efficient

window makeover

Bi-fold patio doors opening out to the artistically designed and ultra modern exterior

Read more: The Irish Times Dun Laoighre redbrick transforms from grim to glam in a year

Read more: Lovin Dublin This 350,000€ gaff in Dun Laoighre is the grimmest thing you’ll see all day

Published: 18th January 2019

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