Another contemporary Ceardean Architects designed Dublin home benefits from Dryseal

Ceardean is a team of experienced architects, designers and specialist consultants based in Dublin 8. The practice aims to deliver aesthetically appealing buildings, working in strong collaboration with clients to achieve cost-effective and functional designs every time.

Such is the passion for energy-saving design within the Ceardean practice, that Chief Architect Derek Trenaman RIAI spent 5 years converting his 100 year old cottage in Sligo into a beautiful zero-energy dwelling

Ceardean have long been strong proponents of the Dryseal system and, regularly working in conjunction with Dryseal Approved P Q Fibreglassing, have used Dryseal on a number of notable projects including ‘The Ripple Container Home’.

This pictured project in Crumlin, Dublin has almost doubled the usable space available, adding a contemporary flavour to what was a standard semi-detached dwelling. Using an innovative rainwater system that effectively hides the points where water discharges from roof level and using a beautiful larch exterior cladding to powerful effect, the crisp clean lines of the building make the corner of this Dublin street look really special.

Phil Boardman of PQ Fibreglassing Ltd said “Yet another high end Dryseal membrane roof completed with the all-important 20 year guarantee and insurance certificate marking over 6 years of continuously successful Ceardean Architect specified contracts.”

Dryseal Manager Andy Fell said “We are delighted to have again be involved in another successful Dryseal project, working closely with Ceardean Architects and P Q Fibreglassing Ltd.”

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