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Gargrave House

Stretching across six acres of land and located on the edge of North Yorkshire Dales National Park, Gargrave House is surrounded by beautiful communal gardens, open countryside and woodlands.

Built in 1917, by the highly distinguished Scottish architect, James Dunn, the heritage building has since been categorised as a Grade ӏӏ listed building, accentuating its need to be protected.

Recently, it has been sensitively converted into 12 new luxury apartments which involved ensuring that the selection of new products would remain architecturally true to the original features of the building.  When it came to replacing soil and installing new soil pipe systems the client opted for Brett Martin's Cascade cast iron effect 110mm Push-Fit system in the Classic Black colour. This included a soil stack shroud, access fittings and adaptors, all of which have fine detailing and are a perfect match to the real cast iron guttering.

The Cascade system has fully equipped Gargrave House with a more efficient and modern soil system which is sympathetic to the building's character and complements the real cast iron guttering.