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Catnic lintels define architecture in Exeter

Catnic lintels define architecture in Exeter

Catnic’s lintels are giving definition to Beaumont, a stunning Country and Coast Homes development of six large houses in Highcroft, Exeter.

The lintels, which support the sharp, unusual shape of the architect-designed buildings, were chosen for their strength, reliability and thermal capabilities.

Approximately 60no. 1.25inch CX cavity lintels were supplied. Constructed using the traditional brick and block method, the building facades were then finished with a white K-render to all external elevations.

Chris Dodge at County and Coast Homes said: “We have been using Catnic Lintels for over 10 years, they are by far the best. A superbly well organised company who offer exemplary service, their lintels are extremely capable and well suited to our high quality homes.”

Catnic lintels surpassed the energy targets in this particular development by helping deliver the efficiency required to achieve a B on the EPC rating.

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