Ventola Projects complete work on 18th century building

April 25, 2016

 

Leading electrical installation specialists Ventola Projects have completed a major project in one of Oakham’s oldest buildings.
 
The Leicestershire based company won the contract to significantly improve and adjust electrical fittings at Friends Quaker Meeting House, South Street in Oakham, Rutland.
 
Dating back the 18th century, the building required removal of all existing electrical wiring, lighting and heading and a complete re-wiring in addition to installation of electrical fittings. This included fitting efficient electrical heating, electric hot water and LED lighting, using CLS-LED Luxo 6.
 
Mick Ventola, Managing Director of Ventola Projects, said: “It has been a pleasure for our business to be involved with this project. Working with such an ancient building always provides an enjoyable challenge as the planning and organisation process must encompass the utmost consideration for the period of the building. For example, many of the items in the building are listed but have to accommodate modern day regulatory electrical installations, fittings and LED lighting.”
 
Mick began trading over a quarter of a century ago, beginning on small electrical projects and electronic repair work in the domestic market. He has since taken Ventola Projects to new heights, specialising in electrical installations, LED lighting, shop fitting, building maintenance and metal / acrylic fabrication.
 
The expert team at Ventola Projects cater for assignments both large and small and have developed an outstanding reputation, enjoying a strong base of loyal customers.
 
For more information on Ventola Projects please visit www.ventola.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

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