Regency Green is a cul de sac road in the heart of Prettygate Colchester. It consists of a fairly small number of smart modern houses, the frontage of a fairer percentage being based on a mock Tudor design with black timber beams adorning the first floor and gable of each said house.
An extract from Rightmove states that they are modern, mainly four bedroom detached houses situated in a highly sought after position.
So why are we interested in Regency Green I hear you ask?
The answer is that we have just finished a smart new roofline install on a house there and this isn’t our first, second or third house there that we have changed the Fascias, Soffit’s and Guttering on, but our 15th!
YES our Fifteenth. Indeed the very first picture you see when clicking to go to the Essex Fascias website – our very first opening image, is three of the houses that we changed the roofline on there, a while back.
So we’re very pleased that we were invited back a Fifteenth time and our thanks once again for the business, go out to all our previous customers there.
Our work in Regency Green
No’s 4 7 13 15 17 27 30A 32 34 35 36 50 52 56 60
Two final points here.
The first one is very much roofline related; the second definitely isn’t!
If you’ve read our other install stories on our website, you may have come across this before, but sorry to blow ones own trumpet but as one of our previous customers said, there’s nobody else to blow it for you – we decided to have a look at some of the other houses in Regency Green that have had the roofline changed but not by us. Without getting permission, it is difficult to take pictures but in the past we had quoted on one other property there that we never got to do, so naturally we homed in on this one and without taking an image of the whole house, we decided to concentrate on the box ends as these often show the skill level the installer possessed. We won’t say which is ours, I’m sure you can guess.
And to the final point. Nothing to do with Fascias but with a different customer and location most weeks, you get to see some truly wonderful things. Some are Ferrari’s and the occasional Lamborghini and also some items not good condition. But searching through our Google photos reminded me where this washing line picture was taken – was in a garden in Regency Green.
Never had we seen such a forgotten and seemingly neglected, unappreciated and uncared-for, rotary washing line. To say it was unloved would be a total understatement. Was going to say about reporting it to something similar to Child-line, but being a line, there was just two many lines!
And that’s it!