Here at Summit Cladding we are always happy to go the extra mile for our clients – even if it means trying something we’ve not done before.
Tom and Nicole, from Barnet, North London, first approached us about replacing their guttering and fascias back in July 2017.
But they also had other things on their minds as they were expecting their first child, so the work on their Victorian terrace home would have to wait!
New fascias and guttering
Fast forward nine months and Tom and Nicole are now the proud parents of Lily and – as the pictures show — the proud owners of a smart-looking house with brand new fascias and gutters.
When we originally spoke to them they were adamant that they wanted something more adventurous than straight boards.
They had spotted some wooden scalloped bargeboards on another property and loved the design, but they knew that timber boards would be expensive and time-consuming to maintain.
Summit Cladding have worked with concave and convex scalloped bargeboards, but we had never fitted them as fascias with attached guttering – so this was a first for us too.
We carefully removed the original timber fascias, which were old and peeling, then fitted timber blocks to the rafter feet, before fitting smart concave bargeboards with over-fascia vents and eaves support trays to the entire house.
Finally, the two-day job was rounded off with brand new guttering and downpipes, much to the delight of Tom, Nicole and Lily.
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