We are doing a rather large supply job for a hotel in a country town.
They have specified all kapur windows, doorframes and doors.
Here is the first assembled frame – it has a lovely red hue. It weighs, even unglazed, a huge amount and is so hard a timber, you need to pre-drill before using nails for beading etc.
Most of the pictures of work lately has been in timber. we do lots of aluminium as well, so here is a photo of a sliding door in bronze anodise with 007 diamond grille security screen. 4mm toughened glass. All assembled and tested within our jig to ensure the frame is square, and everything locks and operates perfectly. this particular door is 2095 x 1810 – fairly close to a standard sized door frame.
I thought i posted this before, but perhaps not. Last few weeks we completed this arched doorframe in cedar.
A couple who ordered and bought a door from us has sent us a photo now it is installed and has the door hardware on it. This door was based on a photo the client took, and then adjusted to suit the doorframe opening. The other notable thing about this door is all the beading is on the inside so the front of the door has no seen putty or nail points.
We recently came back to a job to do some finishing touches, here are some photos;
All clear/natural anodise commercial framing. The doorframe has 2 doors, one panel smaller than the other. With invisiguard security screens. The bifold window is using CENTOR hardware and is top hung to allow for a marble servery to be used. The doors, bifold and louvre blades are also glazed with LOW-E comfort plus glass to keep heat out. The place looks great.