A new orangery in an Irish hotel has seen Brett Martin Daylight Systems supply a Ritchlight skylights package to create a welcoming environment for guests and staff.
Located in the south of the country, Ballyseede Castle Hotel, which harks back to the 1500s, features a new extension, including an orangery, entrance lobby, toilets and ancillary service areas.
Brett Martin Daylight Systems were specified to supply a visually arresting daylight solution, consisting a Ritchlight Ultra skylight system, glazed in toughened glass, which also needed to blend serenely with the character of the historic building.
Manufactured with an aluminium frame and powdercoated in a light ivory colour to meet the client’s requests, the fully thermally broken skylight system was fabricated and precision-engineered at Brett Martin’s Coventry factory, before assembly and installation by a specialist contractor on site.
Ritchlight Ultra is hugely popular and a highly adaptable glazing system, able to provide specifiers with a versatile method to develop architecturally incredible pitched skylights in a range of sizes, frame colours and glazing options.
Each precision-engineered Ritchlight Ultra system is custom-built to whatever the requirement of the client may be. Widely specified for of public sector and residential developments, they are perfect for flat roofs and ridge glazing and ideal for creating covered courtyards.
Brett Martin also offers supreme technical support, in-depth installation instructions and maintenance guidelines to guarantee systems perform as expected, working alongside all other roofing elements.
Phenomenal visuals meet top notch weather resistance, durability and reliability, plus the reassurance of a 20-year warranty; Brett Martin has undoubtedly played a huge role in creating a wonderfully appearing, daylight-filled orangery, providing another hundred years of history.
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