Completed work on the sash windows at this grade listed building which was first build in 1813 as a remand prison and known as Grimswoods Nurseries. From 1994 it was re-opened and the old Guardhouse was converted by volunteer parents and supporters of the school, even the children helped with the painting! The children voted in May 1998 to call their school Griffith Barracks National School. They have since changed it to Griffith Barracks Multi-Denominational School to better reflect the ethos of the school.
All sash window refurbishments now include our very own product “Slim-Glaze” Winner of the architect choice awards for best exterior product, voted by The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland, it has been widely recognised as the number one choice for specialist glazing or retrofitting into traditional timber frames which were once only designed to carry standard single glazing. These ultra-thin double glazed units have the latest in thermal efficiency, filled with a specialist gas that isn’t used in standard double glazing and with our high performance warm edge spacer can reduce the heat loss up to 77% as when compared to old standard glazing.