41 Lever Place, Royalla NSW 2620
This project has been designed and developed using brick veneer.
A brick veneer wall is constructed by having a face or rendered external brick, which is backed by an air cavity. The innermost element of this type of wall is structural and consists of wood, metal framing or masonry.
Brick veneer became the norm when building codes began to require insulation in the exterior walls to use the space between the brick wall and the wood frame as an air cavity to insulate the house.
The hips and valleys roof gives the house a traditional look combining really well with the face brick finish of the house.
The finishes for this project were to the highest standards and off course to the owner specifications. Customized joinery for wardrobes and laundry.
Ensuite, bathroom, laundry and WC tiles chosen with the help of an interior designer to add some expert opinion to the customer point of view.