People say that you can find anything on the internet if you know where to look.
Our latest clients, Bob and Jo from Biggleswade in Bedfordshire, did just that and managed to find Summit Cladding very quickly.
They knew what they wanted their house makeover to look like, so they searched on Pinterest, the site that allows users to find ideas from photos and other images. And when they saw pictures of work done by Summit Cladding, they knew they had found what they were looking for.
Before the lockdown
Bob and Jo contacted us in early March, before the start of the coronavirus lockdown, so there was no problem going to their house for a consultation over a cup of coffee.
Our brief was to transform the look of the house, adding cladding where appropriate and upgrading the fascia boards, soffits and gutters.
The first thing we noticed was the section of ground floor pitched roofing alongside the front door, which made the front room very dark. The roof was purely a cosmetic addition and served no purpose, so we recommended taking it off altogether.
We also suggested cladding the soffit above the front door and installing a contemporary gallows bracket to support the newly exposed roof end, painted to match the new cladding.
Setting to work, we gave the front of the house a complete makeover by fitting James Hardie “Cobblestone” cladding to the first floor, removed the redundant section of pitched roof and replaced all the top-level fascias and soffits, front and rear, with maintenance-free PVC and new deep flow guttering.
James Hardie cladding was fitted around the newly formed roof section, which was already letting more light into the property, and as a finishing touch we added recessed LED spotlights above the front door.
Bob and Jo are delighted with the transformation of their home and pleased that Pinterest helped them find Summit Cladding.
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