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exescodo products ltd

Supply of natural stonework, reconstructed stonework

and precast concrete.

01455 841891

New build detached houses - Hinckley, Leicestershire

Completed in 2015 this pair of large detached houses built on one of the main roads into the town of Hinckley, were supplied in a split specification of stonework.

Semi-dry cast specification product was supplied for the cill and string course elements with a wet cast specification product supplied for the front entrance feature door surrounds.

The door surrounds were supplied mirror handed and produced from double ended casting moulds to keep the individual element costs to a minimum.

The jamb elements were supplied with horizontal false joints, meaning that each surround was comprised of just three units, which simplified their installation.

New build houses - Earl Shilton, Leicestershire

Constructed in Church Road, this run of three new town houses was supplied in semi-dry stonework, with standard window cills in brickwork and a slightly wider render variant cill for the central unit.

New build houses - Market Bosworth, Leicestershire

Completed in 2015 this pair of large detached homes were both supplied in a se​mi-dry stonework specification. The home to the left was supplied in Bath stone colour and the home to the right was supplied in Cotswold stone colour. The dressings were standard window cills, plain three course quoins, keystone splayed end lintols and once weathered coping stones.

New build hous​es ​- Arnesby, Leicestershire

Recently completed Plot 4 is the first of four bespoke dwellings being supplied at a new site in Arnesby.  The dressings were supplied in a se​mi-dry stonework specification and comprised of standard window cills, full splay bay window surrounds, splayed end lintols and once weathered coping stones.

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