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Often houses built during the 1950s, ’60s and even into the ’70s were built using cheap bricks or featured panels of concrete tile hanging or pebbledash — none of which do much in terms of aesthetics for the façade of a house. One of the very best ways to improve the appearance of this type of house is to change the cladding. But which type should you choose?

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Cladding: New Facades for Ugly Homes - Homebuilding & Renovating

homebuilding.co.uk

Often houses built during the 1950s, ’60s and even into the ’70s were built using cheap bricks or featured panels of concrete tile hanging or pebbledash — none of which do much in terms of aesthetics for the façade of a house. One of the very best ways to improve the appearance of this type of house is to change the cladding. But which type should you choose?

Cladding: New Facades for Ugly Homes - Homebuilding & Renovating

homebuilding.co.uk

Idea for porch if door is at front and hallway is extended out so can walk from new hall into snug

Gallery Detail - Examples of our architectural design services

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Remodelling project on 1960s estate house in Hampshire. The design reduced the palette of materials and introduced multiple shallow mono pitched roofs, aluminium windows, Cedar cladding and rendered elevations.

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spaceandstyle.co.uk

Reigate Architects: Extensions, Newbuilds Energy Advice Planning and Building Regulation Approvals - Reigate Architects

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reigatearchitects.co.uk

The property was an unloved very run down and dated 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom 1960’s redbrick detached house in north Leeds

Case Study – 4 Farrar Lane, Adel, Leeds

studio-j.co.uk

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Bespoke green oak porch front door canopy handmade in shropshire

BESPOKE GREEN OAK PORCH FRONT DOOR CANOPY HANDMADE IN SHROPSHIRE

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