Work completed on the restoration of windows located around the grounds of Hillsborough CastleThe Stable Yard, built in the 1780s and located at the upper end of the estate, is being restored and adapted to create a café, shop and facilities for visitors and local residents arriving to the Castle from the town.
The lower courtyard is early 18th century Pineapple Houses and original Hot House walls. These are thought to be from one of the earliest sets of large greenhouses constructed at a private residence in IrelandAll glass being used is IMC Slim-Glaze range which means the old style look can be re-created while the thermal efficiency benefits of our super slim double glazing can be even better than standard double glazing, achieving U-values (the term used to measure thermal efficiency) of as low as 1.2 on a 6mm cavity and 1.1 on a 8-cavity depending on the type of gas used
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