Architect Dermot Bannon pictured with Sean Doyle Jnr of Sean Doyle & Sons Ltd.

Roscommon company featured on RTE's 'Room to Improve'

Sean Doyle & Sons Ltd featured on RTE’s ‘Room to Improve’ when the popular show returned to our screens last Sunday. As one of Ireland’s leading manufacturers of quality windows and doors, Sean Doyle & Sons Ltd was best placed to helped transform a Kildare home under the watchful eye of architect Dermot Bannon.

Sales Manager with Sean Doyle & Sons Ltd, Johnathon Doyle explained: “We have worked with Dermot Bannon on previous shows for ‘Room to Improve’ so they were aware of the quality of our workmanship and ability to deliver in a timely fashion at competitive prices. We were delighted to be approached to feature on the first episode of ‘Room to Improve’ this season.”
“We were delighted to help transform a Kildare home with a beautiful new extension featuring aluminium double-glazed windows and lift and slide doors,” said Johnathon.
With over 40 years of quality and success, Sean Doyle & Sons Ltd is Ireland’s leading specialist manufacturer of the finest traditional and contemporary casement windows and doors. 
Established in 1979 to produce high quality glass and glazing products, the company uses the most up to date technology with an emphasis on attention to detail. The new C70 energy efficient system from Sean Doyle & Sons is an innovative product which meets all the criteria in passive house building.
“Energy efficiency is major concern for customers and we are delighted that products have the highest possible energy rating thereby allowing us to pass on savings to customers
“We have also recently completed a major revamp of our showroom in Roscommon while we have a beautiful new showroom in Dublin where you can see all of our products for yourself,” explained Johnathon. 
Contact Sean Doyle & Sons Ltd on 090 6626753 or 01 4626671.
 

Pictured is the beautiful new extension featuring aluminium double-glazed windows and lift and slide doors from Sean Doyle & Sons Ltd which featured on RTE’s ‘Room to Improve’.

 

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