Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Fascia & Guttering

The workmen are here at our house taking down the fascia & guttering, replacing with new.
The old has been on the house since it was built over 40 years ago, it leaked when it rained, was repaired several times over the years.  Yesterday was the beginning of the project and it was very cloudy, of course it did rain.  There is a mess at the back of the house and the front, but will be nice to have it all done.
The back and front door will be painted the same colour as the fascia.
We are going to have new windows all around the house and they will be done late January or February.


The colour we have chosen for the Fascia is Shale Grey.


The Guttering colour is Monument.


The windows will be Monument.

14 comments:

  1. All good for the soul, if not the bank balance.. Plenty to look forward to now and in the new year.

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  2. I know it is messy to live with now but you will be so happy when the work is completed. I like the colors you have chosen.

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  3. Oh we have windows put in a few years ago and it makes a big difference. I love the colours you chose. HUG xo G

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    1. Oh did you. I am waiting patiently for the new windows next year :) I bet yours look lovely.
      Hugs M xox

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  4. This too shall pass. I remember when we were doing some remodeling....it is a major pain, but well worth the inconvenience.

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    1. Yes it's a pain but nice when finished. This is the second time this year we have done improvements.

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  5. I'm sure you are looking forward to having it finished. Nice colors to go with your red brick.

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    1. Today it's finished, the guttering and fascia. Look good, much improved on the old.

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  6. The colours a nice not in your face but nice I am sure you will be happy when it is all done

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    1. Thanks Jo-Anne..had to break the dark with the light, as the window frames will be dark too.

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  7. the red brick always in fashion in Europe too.

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