We have just re-shingled one side of a roof on a 1960’s Colt bungalow in Broadstairs. We were blessed with sunshine (always better to be up on the roof in the warm sun!) and you can clearly see the difference in the before and after shots.
In addition to new builds and extensions, refurbishments and alternations to existing and sometime tired Colt buildings, can improve lifestyles and even add value to your home. This is evident of the recent changes we made to a Colt house built in the late 1930’s. When approached by the owners with this historic Colt house, we were delighted with the enthusiasm the client had for their home and set about discussing the ideas they had to make the best improvements! Read more →
At the beginning of December, we were urgently required to supply and install twelve windows in a bungalow in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire for the new owners who had very recently moved in. The white uPVC window sub-frames are stained African Walnut, blending nicely with the recent pressure washed and stained cedar boarding. Towards the end of […]
Adding solar panels to a roof covered with cedar wood shingles has often been an issue in the past due to the additional weight imposed onto the roof trusses. Most modern-day roof trusses can often accommodate additional loads. However, some early Colt buildings covered with cedar wood shingles was never designed to take the extra […]