Cembonit cladding from Cembrit, the roofing and cladding specialist, has successfully created an attractive finish for 6 new multi-use units at a sustainable housing development in Hayes. Kingswood Place is a newly built housing development comprising 43 residential homes and three commercial units. The development has been built to comply with Level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes.
Surrey-based property developer, Vantage Homes was responsible for this project, and specified Cembrit Cembonit cladding, which was supplied via leading distributor of high performance cladding, PCP Cladding Ltd & Premier Building Products Ltd. The look of the development was important, and as such, a number of building materials were used for the external envelope, including cladding, bricks, render and glass. The through coloured sand Cembonit cladding complements the other finishes, and provides a subtle, neutral contrast.
Michael Ezepue, Project Manager at Vantage-Homes, said "From the get-go, we were confident that the Cembrit cladding would fulfil the brief for this project. "The end result is of top quality.” Cembonit is an autoclaved, through coloured board in 11 pastel coloured impact resistant boards characterised by an attractive matt finish and a faint directional grain.