St Aidans High School by Ventrolla. Students and staff at St. Aidan’s High School in Harrogate are reaping the benefits during a chilly start to the year after calling in Ventrolla to upgrade the Bede House Sixth-Form building’s ageing sash windows. The restoration specialists renovated 46 of the Grade II Listed building’s sash windows, of which four were large Venetian sashes, after their deteriorating condition rendered the windows draughty and inoperable.
The 1,000 Count Milano Poker Chips Set is perfect for large tournaments or cash games with 10 or more poker players. Inspired by the trend of palatial casinos properties in Las Vegas such as the Bellagio, Venetians, Mandalay Bay and Paris, the Milano poker chips are made using a compression molding technique to add the casino quality clay line for superior texture and look and they are similar to the poker chips used at the luxurious hotels in Vegas.
Brook House Window Renovation Case Study by Ventrolla. Sash window renovation specialist Ventrolla Cambridge and Essex has completed renovations on a period home in Bures, the small hamlet on the Essex and Suffolk border. A friend recommended Ventrolla to Lorna Woods, the owner of Brook House, and she has been delighted with the service she received.
Glebe House by Ventrolla. Ventrolla Safeguards History In The Heart Of Cheltenham. A grandiose Georgian property boasting 20 bedrooms has been given a bright new outlook, thanks to the experts at Ventrolla Wessex. In total, 31 sash windows required Ventrolla’s specialist treatment. The team installed the unique Ventrolla Perimeter Sealing System (VPSS) to help combat the leaks but also to ensure against draughts, rattles and external noise. Any decaying timber was treated and replaced.
56 Artillery Lane, Spitalfields. A shopfront from the mid-18th century. I carried out an analysis of the painted surfaces and also mixed the paint for the redecoration - http://patrickbaty.co.uk/?p=1808
19th Century House Bay Window Renovation Case Study by Ventrolla. Ventrolla East Anglia has completed a five day project to renovate the period windows on a 19th century Cambridgeshire house. The wooden front bay window on the property, which is owned by Michelle Wolfe, was carefully renovated and draught proofed as part of the project.