Alumasc Skyline delivers bespoke solution for Jersey residence

Posted by mgoodwin

Apr18

Alumasc Skyline recently designed and manufactured a comprehensive fascia and soffit system for a prestigious private residence in Jersey. The new-build home, erected on the site of a dilapidated 1930s house, is a four bedroomed property with home gym, cinema and pool. The eco-friendly design, by Paul Van Bodegom of Page Architects, involves extensive landscaping and ecology work where quality and style combine to form a stunning build. Alumasc Skyline’s bespoke solution, supplied through builders’ merchant Precision Plastics, provided the perfect finishing touch.

The challenge for Alumasc Skyline was to design soffits that would fit with extremely awkward overhangs, along with specially tailored nosing fascia and rainwater pipe systems. Skyline’s unique experience and expertise played an important part in winning the contract. Technical Sales Manager Ivan Colvil visited the site numerous time to advise on the design of the products and ensure the architect’s vision was achieved.

The building is designed to take advantage of the beautiful sea views, with extensive glass panels and white render with granite cladding. Although Skyline products are available in a wide selection of colours, white soffits and fascia were specified to complement the light, airy look.

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