Soffits, fascias and new guttering installation in St. Albans, Hertfordshire

November 22, 2016 6:34 pm Published by

Summit Cladding was recently contacted by our customers, who live in St Albans, Hertfordshire. They moved into their detached property five years ago and had noticed the deteriorating condition of structural timber around their investment. They had replaced the original windows four years ago and realised that uPVC was a great alternative to the continuous maintenance required by wooden fascias and soffits. One of our client’s concerns was how the work was going to be done. They had a conservatory at the rear of their address and a garage at the side with a tiled roof that made access challenging. Summit Cladding arranged an on-site meeting to discuss the logistics of the installation with the client. The solution to the access... View Article

Door canopy installation in Barnet, north London

November 16, 2016 5:05 pm Published by

Summit were recently contacted by a client who lives in Barnet, north London. The client was very specific in her requirements and had lived at the property for over ten years. Having completely modernised the interior, she wanted to give the house an outside makeover, giving it the kerb appeal it deserved. After several site visits, Summit Cladding came up with an ideal solution that our client loved. We suggested constructing a pitched roof door canopy over the front door. This would alter the flat look of the front of the address and create more depth. To start, we hand-carved two wooden gallows brackets that would support the new timber frame. This we combined with a plain tile exactly the... View Article

James Hardie cladding installation in north London

November 4, 2016 4:34 pm Published by

Summit Cladding were contacted recently by clients we had worked for previously, who live in Enfield, north London. We had previously replaced all the original wooden fascias and guttering at their house six years. The address did not grant easy access to it’s roofline, which was causing issues and scaffolding was always necessary to gain access. The wooden soffits and fascias were beginning to rot as the timber really needed painting every three years, which had been difficult for the client to achieve. The second issue facing them was the original render on the house was now starting to crack. Although the house had been constructed in the nineties, it unfortunately  was starting to look tired and dated. With years... View Article