Summit Cladding recently completed an installation for a client who knows quality when he sees it.
Steve’s profession was fitting interior furnishings for luxury superyachts, so we knew he would have an eye for detail and craftsmanship. He contacted Summit Cladding after he watched us working on an identical property to his and decided that he wanted the same makeover.
As you can see from the photographs, Steve’s house was tile-hung, which can be a very dated look, so we started by removing all the tiles to the centre of the apex. Next, we fitted Kingspan insulation for thermal efficiency, followed by a breathable vapour barrier.
James Hardie Cladding comes in a range of colours and as Steve is a keen gardener, he decided on a hue that would compliment his garden, called Heathered Moss.
The new composite cladding was fitted in place of all the old tiles, also under the window and on the front porch. The whole new look was finished off with new fascias, soffits and gutters, as well as extra spotlights in the porch.
Steve was delighted with the transformation of his property and is now looking forward to giving his back garden a similar facelift.
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