Front Door Restored at The Dock Carrick On Shannon, Co. Leitrim
Front Door Restored at The Dock Carrick On Shannon, Co. Leitrim

The Dock is housed in the beautiful 19th Century former Courthouse building, overlooking the river Shannon in the Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim

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The Dock, Front Door Restoration
The Dock, Front Door Restoration

The Dock is housed in the beautiful 19th Century former Courthouse building, overlooking the river Shannon in the Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim

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Original Sash Windows Restored
Original Sash Windows Restored

Sash window fully restored

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Sash Windows Restored
Sash Windows Restored

External image of restored sash

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The Mill Building Sligo Before
The Mill Building Sligo Before

Before Renovation

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The Mill Building Sligo Restoration Project
The Mill Building Sligo Restoration Project

After restoration phase making casement windows, frames & shutters made from the original beams that were in this building and are aged approx 150 years old. completed by Breffni Ireland Ltd

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Conservation & Restoration

 

Breffni have an unparalleled track record in architectural joinery and historical building restoration. Breffni’s work can be seen throughout Ireland, from beautiful Georgian houses to Cathedrals and Castles.

 

Breffni’s Conservation work includes:
•    Making and Restoring traditional sash windows
•    Restoration & Polishing of Period Fittings: Interior Doors, Stairs and Handrails

•    Repairing & Replicating: Doors, Shutters, Architrave Skirting, Cornice Moulding       

“At Castle Leslie Estate in Co. Monaghan, Breffni Irelands  work involved the repair of sliding frames within the existing window openings & associated panelled shutters and shutter boxes.

 

They were involved in the repair & restoration of carved timber fireplace surrounds and over mantles, and made new panelled radiator covers to match the detailing of the other joinery items in the room.

 

Their work was meticulous and detailed to ensure the original joinery items were restored to their former glory” Samantha Leslie, Castle Leslie.