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BBA certified Cedral Click helps create a stunning coastal property

BBA certified Cedral Click helps create a stunning coastal property

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Built overlooking the harbour in a Pembrokeshire town, this stunning property incorporated Cedral Click to create a contemporary finish to the coastal home
Cedral Birkdale as chosen as the perfect answer to fulfil part of a complex and challenging rainscreen design

Cedral Birkdale as chosen as the perfect answer to fulfil part of a complex and challenging rainscreen design

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Birkdale fibre cement slates was chosen as the perfect answer to fulfil part of a complex and challenging rainscreen design. The new single storey training centre, which is used by the West Midlands police force, consists of a fully grassed roof with ‘basket weave’ Birkdale slates used as a form of a raked rainscreen cladding to elevate the building.
Cedral Click - Graham Road, Sheffield

Cedral Click - Graham Road, Sheffield

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An architect-designed 1970s house in South Yorkshire was given a modern makeover using Cedral Click in Slate Grey.Roger Mills and his family moved into their 5-bedroom bungalow in 1988.“We were very happy with it, apart from its external appearance which was becoming very dated and dilapidated,” says Roger.They considered replacing the exterior cladding with a similar type of tile but worried that vertical tiling wouldn’t give them the quality, contemporary look they wanted. Fortunately, their nephew had just replaced his cladding with Cedral facades and the Mills family, impressed with the results, realised this was just what they were looking for.The fact the building was in the Ranmoor Conservation area could have posed a problem and initially the Mills’ faced some challenges from the local authority planning office. Fortunately, as Cedral facades have been used successfully in other conservation areas, the project was passed.Smooth-finish Cedral Click in contemporary Slate Grey gave the tired looking house a new lease of life – “people now mistake it for a new build,” says Roger.He’s also made his neighbours very happy. “They’re delighted because it has considerably improved the appearance of the house and that helps to lift the class of the houses on the road.”The return on investment has been substantial. In fact, the renovation has actually increased the value of the house by more than the cost, reveals Roger. And installing insulation under the Cedral boards will reduce the family’s energy spend, he confirms.“The project was a big success and I would definitely recommend Cedral to anybody experiencing the same issues we did. The material is very high quality, and the house looks significantly more attractive and modern.” Roger also recommends using one of Cedral’s recognised installers for the job. “This is a product that benefits from having an expert who is familiar with the fitting requirements to fit it.”
Cedral Click - Newport on Tay

Cedral Click - Newport on Tay

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An example of how Cedral Click provided self builders with the materials to create a unique and contemporary property is a new build project in Newport-on-Tay. Located on the picturesque banks of the River Tay, BlackDog Architecture was comissioned by a retired couple to create a beautiful yet modern family home.
Cedral Click creates a fusion between modern materials and traditional surroundings in a conservation area

Cedral Click creates a fusion between modern materials and traditional surroundings in a conservation area

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Situated beside a neighbouring Grade II church spire, the development achieves a stunning visual cohesion between the traditional aesthetics of the church spire, against the properties modern, angular design
Cedral Lap - Cedarmill Developments

Cedral Lap - Cedarmill Developments

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Cedral Lap fibre cement cladding has been specified as the building material of choice by luxury developer Cedarmill Developments, adding real kerb appeal to its latest residential project in Hornchurch, Essex.Over 450sq.m of Cedral Lap in colour Pewter has been installed across a selection of three storey family homes, creating a contemporary visual appeal that perfectly encompasses the developer’s commitment to providing the highest standard in premium housing.Cedarmill Developments is dedicated to constructing residential and commercial properties across the UK’s Southern regions, offering clients first class functionality and style. The latest site in Havering consists of a combination of luxury detached houses, which will be completed in autumn 2019.Seamus Tattan, Senior Contracts Manager at Cedarmill Developments, said: “This is the first time we have specified Cedral Lap fibre cement cladding and we are already looking to utilise the material on a further two upcoming residential developments as we are so impressed with it.“Initially, we were looking for an exterior solution that offered the highest standards in aesthetics and fire performance, whilst offering the greatest value for money. Cedral surpassed these requirements, enabling us to create a resilient and stylish exterior that we are confident will offer the same impressive kerb appeal in years to come.”The properties’ ground floor is constructed of brick, with Cedral Lap clad across the first and second floors. This creates a contemporary New England style aesthetic that works in perfect harmony with the sleek black windows and doors.Seamus continued: “I cannot fault the Cedral team for their expertise and guidance, from the initial specification process, right through to final installation of the product. We look forward to working with Cedral on our upcoming developments as we continue to create beautiful homes.”Cedral Lap fibre cement cladding is a low maintenance alternative to traditional cladding materials, offering a minimum life expectancy of 50 years. Resistant to rot, attack from insects and the external elements, the easy to install solution is available in a wide range of shades and finishes and has a Class A fire performance rating.
Cedral Lap - Renovation Worcester

Cedral Lap - Renovation Worcester

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Cedral fibre cement cladding has been at the forefront of a substantial renovation project in South Worcestershire, which has almost doubled the size of the original property.
Cedral Rivendale helps create stunning housing development

Cedral Rivendale helps create stunning housing development

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The site at Knock Rushen is located by the sea in an exposed area, Rivendale fibre cement slates were selected to withstand the force of the natural elements. The slates offered Hartford Homes a cost-effective solution that seamlessly blended in with the local environment. Houses in Castletown are predominantly finished with natural slate roofs but Hartford were confident that fibre cement would enable them to create a finish that would be sympathetic to the local surroundings.
Cedral Slates - BBC Home of the Year

Cedral Slates - BBC Home of the Year

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Cedral Thrutone Smooth slates in colour Blue-Black, were used on this beautiful new build in Co. Armagh. This stunning project won BBC House of the Year
Cedral Slates - Bicester EcoTown

Cedral Slates - Bicester EcoTown

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Lead developer A2 Dominion is running the initial phase of the North West Bicester Eco town project, which has the long-term vision of providing up to 6,000 sustainable new homes and is the first of four planned Eco towns in the UK. Announced in the Government’s Planning Policy Statement in 2009, the Eco towns are designed to achieve zero carbon development and more sustainable living using the best new design and construction. The initial phase of the North West Bicester project is called the Exemplar and main contractor Wilmott Dixon has already started to build the first 94 of the 393 planned highly efficient true zero carbon homes which will create the UK's first zero carbon community that is using Rivendale Fibre Cement Slates for its roofing. Bicester Eco town was designed to achieve zero carbon development and more sustainable living using the best new design and construction. Rivendale fibre cement slates were specified for the roofs on the Exemplar phase by main contractor Wilmott Dixon. The homes are highly efficient true zero carbon homes which helped to create the UK's first zero carbon community.
Cedral Slates - Chipping Norton

Cedral Slates - Chipping Norton

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Showcasing the finely detailed surface and dressed edges of the Cedral Rivendale slate, Bedfordshire Pilgrims Housing Association specified Rivendale to fulfil stringent specification guidelines that included using products that would be in keeping with the aesthetic surroundings of the local area.
Cedral Slates - Knock Rushen

Cedral Slates - Knock Rushen

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The site at Knock Rushen is located by the sea in an exposed area, Rivendale fibre cement slates were selected to withstand the force of the natural elements. The slates offered Hartford Homes a cost-effective solution that seamlessly blended in with the local environment. Houses in Castletown are predominantly finished with natural slate roofs but Hartford were confident that fibre cement would enable them to create a finish that would be sympathetic to the local surroundings
Cedral Slates - Mount Wise

Cedral Slates - Mount Wise

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Thrutone Textured fibre cement slates were specified across a new housing development in Mount Wise. Mount Wise is a historic estate about one mile west of the historic centre of the city of Plymouth in Devon.
Cedral Thrutone Smooth specified on 'The Garscube'; described as an ‘urban barn’

Cedral Thrutone Smooth specified on 'The Garscube'; described as an ‘urban barn’

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The Garscube is described as an ‘urban barn’; with a low slung fibre cement slate pitched roof intended to be sympathetic to the character of neighbouring properties. The building sports a single homogenous fibre cement slate skin to form both walls and roof alongside generous window openings.
Cedral Thrutone Textured perfect answer for Private House

Cedral Thrutone Textured perfect answer for Private House

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Cedral Thrutone Textured fibre cement slates was chosen as the perfect answer for a new build on Barnoldby Road in Grimsby.

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