window restoration work commencing, build in 1736 The building has nine bays, with the central three broken forward and pedimented. The interior of the building is hugely elaborate and decorative, with a staircase and ballroom lined with alabaster. The staircase also has ornate ironwork, marble columns and circular roof lights. All glass being supplied is our IMC Slim-glaze range which starting from only 11mm thick , these unique double glazed units can be fitted into frames only designed for single glazing , filled with krypton gas and using warm edge spacer , these units have been Ireland’s number one product in the heritage glazing market, more information on our range and to view many projects we have been involved in can be found at

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