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New Bespoke Casement Windows – Mount Merrion


This great building was a former stables in Mount Merrion which, after being derelict for many years, was converted into multiple, high-class apartments.


As part of the restoration of this magnificent building, we were asked to make new, bespoke casement windows with brass fittings and 3-point locks, draftproofing and Pilkington double-glazed glass.


With older buildings like this, the windows have to be made to very specific specifications to fit the original window openings. After a conversation with the owner, we agreed on 4 panes to create the best balance and a nice proportion!


New Casement Windows – Terenure


Our client wanted to replace their old windows, but wanted new ones that would keep the period character of their home.


We retained the existing frames and created new casement windows using Accoya wood, with Pilkington double-glazed glass, and multi-point locks and brass fittings.


Accoya wood is always an excellent choice for new windows as it is sustainable and has a 50 year guarantee against rot – meaning the windows will still be in good condition for future owners!


New Sash and Casement Windows – Mount Merrion


This charming cottage in Mount Merrion had original wooden casement frames and single-glazed sashes throughout.


The owner wanted to improve the energy efficiency of their home without altering the beautiful appearance. They asked us to create new casement windows at the front and new sash windows at the back to enhance the charm of their beautiful home, and we were delighted to be asked to make them!


We made both the new sash and casement windows using Accoya, which is a sustainable wood and is guaranteed against rot for 50 years. We also used double-glazed, Pilkington glass, and we finished the windows with new brass fittings.


New and Restored Sash and Casement Windows – Rathgar


We were asked by our client to restore and upgrade their sash and casement windows as they wanted to make them more energy efficient and to improve the comfort levels in the house.


The window frames were in good condition so we retained them. We restored the frames by fully stripping them, repairing them and installing draft-proofing.


Their new windows were made using Accoya wood. We used new brass ironmongery for the fittings.


Once the new windows were installed, we hand-painted each one along with the restored frames.


We used BENGglas in both the sash and casement windows. BENGglas is slimmer then normal triple-glazed glass. You cannot see the edge seals, so it looks like single glazing!


Whitebeam Road

Here we added new, bespoke casement, bay windows to our clients sunroom