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Double glazing in County Louth

Windows, doors, conservatories and more in County Louth

With over 30 years of installing home improvements across Ireland, Turkington

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Windows are a highly experienced and trusted installer. We serve across the surrounding County Louth area, including Ardee, Ballymascanlon, Blackrock, Carlingford, Castlebellingham, Clogherhead, Drogheda, Dromiskin, Dundalk, Dunleer, Greenore, Louth, Omeath, Ravensdale, Tallanstown and Termonfeckin.

Located on the northeast coast of Ireland, County Louth is the smallest county in the country, at only 826 square kilometres. However, there is still plenty to see and do across its luscious countryside. Its coastline is full of beaches that are popular with birdwatchers and surfers eager to take in the crisp Irish sea breeze. County Louth also attracts hikers looking for a tranquil and remote environment that offers outstanding views of the Irish countryside.

Although it is a small district, County Louth is home to traditionally old homes and contemporary new builds, and everything in between, promising the perfect home for every personal taste and lifestyle. With our local experience providing home improvements across Ireland and Northern Ireland, Turkington Windows can advise and install the ideal solutions for your requirements, whether it be a new composite entrance door to revamp the exterior of your home, a conservatory to expand your living space or new sliding sash windows to complement the historic aesthetic of your property.


Double Glazing Across Ireland

With showrooms in Lisburn & Portadown we are ideally placed to supply and install windows, doors and conservatories all across Belfast and Northern Ireland, as well as the greater Dublin area and counties Monaghan, Meath and Louth.

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