We have projects of all sizes and will consider any project. This client in Praa-Sands, chose to clad the 3 gable ends of his property with C05 Cedral Grey Lap woodgrain. We started this job, in the same way as any other, by battening into the wall, using the correct centres for the battens and the right fixings, as is extremely important that this is done to an exacting standard, as this builds the structure, in respect of what the Cedral boards will be fixed to. If exacting standards are not met with our workmanship, there is massive potential for the Cedral boards to fail. They could come loose, rattle or even go mouldy. Therefore, it is extremely important, that Cedral is installed properly and to the correct standard. As you can see, the C05 Cedral Grey Lap wood grain cladding, gives a lovely traditional look to the property. You can achieve many different looks with Cedral, ranging from the traditional look of lap woodgrain to the ultra-modern Cedral Click system, we at Cornwall Elite Cladding are happy to explore that journey with you, to ensure you get the right look and feel to your property, whether it is a mixture of vertical & horizontal smooth Click C05 to the, lap wood grain in C05 (or an of the other colours and textures) we always ensure that it is right for you. We can boast 100% happy customers every time, many saying that, whilst they that could not believe the value money, as seeing us at work is believing, as it is evident that our skilled tradespersons, have a keen attention to detail and now understand the intricacies of what we do. The Gable end, that you see in the sunlight was stripped and taken down, and re done, an extra afternoons labour to get this 100% correct, the client, even said to us, not worry, as he could not see what was wrong, but we continued as we will never leave anything that we are unhappy with. We have our standards and we never will have a ‘that will do’ attitude and will always fit Cedral to the highest of standards, this is what sets a Cedral ‘Select’ installer aside.
– August 2020