Finnebrogue House

Introduction

JP Corry has recently supplied Saint Gobain pre-painted cast iron rainwater and Timesaver Heritage soil pipes to Finnebrogue House in Downpatrick. This large seventeenth century house, which is being refurbished by contractors BA Shaw, sits on a forty acre estate that is famous locally for its deer herds. The house which dates back to 1623 will become the oldest inhabited house in Northern Ireland when the client finally moves in, in July next year. All other houses of a similar age are currently owned by the National Trust.

JP Corry supplied 125mm beaded half round gutters and 75mm downpipes from Saint Gobain's Classical Plus range. The Classical Plus range has a high quality pre-painted finish which requires minimal maintenance and has a coating life expectancy in excess of 15 years. We also supplied a selection of cast iron soil pipes from Saint Gobain's Timesaver Heritage range. The Timesaver Heritage range has been developed using push fit coupling with factory fitted rubber seals ensuring quick and easy installation to contractors. This is a large improvement on the traditional cast iron soil stack joints which needed to be caulked with lead wool; an often time consuming process.

For further information on the products and services available from the JP Corry Rainwater & Drainage Division contact David Patton on 07841 970707 /david.patton@jpcorry.co.uk.

For information about our full product range contact the JP Corry sales team on 028 9024 3661 or visit your local branch today!

 

 

 

 

v1.1.0.0