MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME provided the high-performance, water-resistant cladding to ensure a stunning and exclusive set of beach huts retain an attractive exterior despite the climactic rigours of a seaside location.
The beach huts, built by Ecologic Developments, are situated in Mudeford, a quaint former fishing village in Christchurch, Dorset. Combining excellent weather resistance, a simple installation and outstanding long-term performance, MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME proved the ideal protective, decorative all-weather solution for the beach huts’ exterior.
A total of 342 planks were used for the cladding. These were bespoke in shiplap and feather edge profile produced and finished by architectural mouldings company, SAM Mouldings. The finished beach huts, which include verandas, kitchens, living rooms and upstairs sleeping areas, were manufactured offsite and once finished, delivered to the seaside location via a low loader and a boat before being lowered into position by crane.
Peter Samson, Director at Ecological Developments, commented: “Having used MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME over the years, we knew that the product would fit perfectly into our offering. The longevity and stability of the product are such strong features, along with the fact that it machines so nicely."
Due to the panels’ easy application, MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME ensured the beach huts were built to the highest specification and delivered in just six months
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