A project case study from Cedral
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. Resulting in 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. They offer 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. Additionally 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. For further details about Cedral click here.
All images in this article have been provided by Cedral.