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I would recommend North Star Stone to anyone who wants to dramatically improve the look of their room.But what if you find a house with good bone structure, in a great location, at the right price, that is sadly lacking in architectural appeal? In the second part of our series on exterior makeovers (see part one and part three) we talk pebble dash and UPVC; tackling the common problem of overcoming poor renovations.
Before we knew it, we went from a plain wall to a beautiful stone fireplace surround.
Walked us through every step and the installers were very professional. Pricing and options was thorough and under our budget.
I would highly recommend North Star for any one looking to redo their fireplace. The day of our install he showed up to kick off the job then left his very talented crew to complete the project.
Johnny Holland of Hackett Hollan 'Perhaps it is a very British thing, to want to show a smart public face, but I am inclined to think that restoring the concord of the street, by bringing the house back to its original state, is a more effective method of improving the look of the outside than making a property stand out on its own.
In the second half of the twentieth century, many houses like this were badly altered, which ruined the harmony of their streets.
This nineteenth-century terraced house in south-west London had been the victim of poor twentieth-century updates.
Pebble-dash render, u PVC windows and a concrete roof all played a part in stripping away its period charm.
Ventrolla is a great company that can repair original windows, and provide authentic replacements.
Where double glazing is mandatory or desired, new windows can be fitted with special thin, light-weight double-glazing - try Slimlite Glass.
If this is beyond your budget, you can get the look of a nice slim glazing bar by applying the wood directly to the glass on both sides with a special adhesive.
There are numerous joinery companies making authentic traditional sash windows, but they should be FENSA certified.' BAY WINDOW 'The front bay window of the house had been taken off to make room for a parking space, and replaced with a flat u PVC alternative.
My advice is to test a patch, and see what happens.