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Cembrit - Case Studies

Cembrit Barn Conversion

Barn Conversion

Cembrit B5 has been used as the roofing material on a recently completed barn conversion project in the Hampshire countryside.

Located in the beautiful village of Itchen Abbas near Winchester, the project has seen the transformation of a traditional, single-storey stable building into two beautiful new homes built for 21st century living.

The project was managed on a day-to-day basis by Will Heatley of Ascia Construction and overseen by contracts manager, Andy Small, who was keen to deliver a project that put the original building centre stage

Cembrit Plank

Cembrit Plank brings life to a painted bungalow

Cembrit Plank solves failing render problem on Isle of Wight bungalow.

Water leaks are a distant memory for the owners of a bungalow in the Isle of Wight after Cembrit Plank was installed on the property to provide a new watertight cladding system.

Fibre cement Cembrit Plank is low in maintenance, rot, rust, warp, crack, sun, heat, rain resistant, is non-combustible, providing a superior alternative to timber and plastic based alternatives.

St Alphege Church

St Alphege Church

Cembrit Glendyne natural slates have been specified and installed on a unique renovation project for the Historic Kent landmark, St Alphege Church. Recognised as the focal point of the high street, the Victorian Church brings history and character to the beautiful seaside town of Whitstable.

Glendyne is a high-quality slate that combines first-class performance with all the inherent beauty of natural slate, making it the ideal ‘natural’ choice for specifiers and roofers. Available exclusively from Cembrit in the UK, Glendyne is a distinctive blue-grey colour.

cembrit agricultural building

Cembrit Patina gives rural farmer’s house a modern makeover

When the residents of a rural Farmer’s House set in the South Downs National Park were looking to achieve an elegant extension to provide further space for their growing family, they opted for Cembrit Patina cladding.

The architect decided to specify a wide variety of natural and man-made materials to complement the traditional geometry of the building. A Welsh slate finish to the building was desirable to both the client and architect, but a more affordable alternative was sought, and after reviewing samples, Cembrit’s Patina cladding provided the perfect match.

cembrit agricultural building

Glendyne restores Historic Chapel to former glory

Cembrit Glendyne natural slates have been specified and installed on a unique renovation project for the historic Netley Chapel, which saw the local community contributing financially to the restoration project.

Royal Victoria Country Park was once the site of the world’s largest military hospital, the Royal Victoria Hospital (or Netley Hospital). Now, all that remains of the original hospital structure, which fell into decline after being severely damaged by fire in 1963, is Netley Chapel.

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Thames Innovation Centre
2 Veridion Way
Erith, Kent
DA18 4AL

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