Yesterday i took this photo of a jobsite we are working on. The Client is not yet ready for the glass panels to be installed. Clear anodise commercial framing. Awnings on top of the windows.
We were asked to assess a damaged Bifold that had its active panel ripped off in a windy storm.
The doors,hinges, perimeter jambs and head, and the seals were all damaged in the storm. only a new bifold would be appropriate, repair was out of the question.
the glass is toughened cathedral.
Its nearing the end of the year and we have been flat out trying to get all our work done before the xmas break. Its so busy ive had no time to upload new photos recently, but here is a job we were on yesterday.
This job now needs to be glazed, and we have windows on the second floor as well.
This job was very technical and potentially dangerous.
2nd floor timber window which was floor to ceiling height was rotten.
We had to erect scaffolding on the outside balcony to remove the existing window. We found the glass to be 4mm float- incredibly dangerous for something that height, and size. Taking the original glass out required delicate care to safely remove.
Here is some photos of the office partitions we have set up this morning. Located in the CBD on a third floor of a building. Glazing will be clear laminate; 6 and 10.38 thickness. No one is looking forward to lifting the glass up 3 stories.
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.