Shooting Marsh Stile

A mixed use development at Shooting Marsh Stile beside the Exe bridges in the historic city of Exeter has recently undergone a maintenance programme. For maximum protection and durability for the timber cladding detail on the properties constructed for clients, Drew Pierce, Sadolin Classic exterior translucent woodstain was specified.

Shooting Marsh Stile

The building was constructed to a distinctive American style with balconies and timber cladding to the façade, lending character that fitted in with the riverside location. Sheltered housing comprises the upper level with shops below.

Tough Weather Protection

The cladding has been rejuvenated using Sadolin Classic. For long-lasting protection, Sadolin Classic provides a tough weather protection that offers excellent durability and resistance to peeling and flaking. Specified in light grey, Gregorian shade, the coating was applied by painting contractors, Terry Smyth, as part of a larger maintenance contract to modernise the entire building envelope.

“Maintaining the buildings ensures a heightened aesthetic impact,” comments Mike Smyth from the contractors. “The application of Sadolin Classic ensures the durability of the timber cladding and enhances the building’s visual appeal within
the area.”