These particular clients didn’t have any definite plans to have cladding installed, but having seen the work we were conducting on a house two doors away, and seeing how the project was progressing, they decided to arrange a survey and consultation.
We explained the options available to them during their free survey, and after some deliberation, they decided to go with our advice – a random style of natural stone cladding to the front elevation of their property.
This was a difficult project to undertake, as the property presented some challenges in its architecture, such as awkward arches and angular bay windows. Fortunately, our extensive experience enabled us to find effective solutions, and we still managed to complete the project on time.
The client and his wife were amazed at the difference the beautiful Yorkshire stone cladding made to the appearance of their home, and were also kind enough to allow us to use their house as an example to other potential cladding-converts! So if you’d like to see the property in its newly clad form, please ask us for the address so you can take a look.