I (hi! im Peter, the production manager) -took this photo of Tom (who has been installing and making windows longer than I have been alive). He is making the glazing bead on each pane of glass. Tom has more experience up his sleeve than I could ever hope for and is a valuable asset to our team, and frankly, a surrogate uncle to me.
We have just finished this beautiful doorframe.
It has an arched head, awning (wind out) sashes in the side lites with colonial bars.
Double doors, rebated with colonial bars. Hardwood sill.
Inside view of a cedar doorframe.
Outside view of cedar doorframe
Here is the arched window with colonial bars all finished and awaiting installation and glazing.
This door was made out of Blackwood, and it is glazed with “rice paper laminate glass”.
the Grain on this timber is very beautiful and is heavier than a cedar or meranti door.
Door made out of Blackwood and rice paper laminate safety grade glass.
We are making a number of windows and doors for a hotel in south australia. here is another one – glazed with 6.38 white trans lam.
We have a lot of windows to make for this job.
We recently installed 3 windows with colonial bars. All upstairs. 2 were awnings (they can be opened with a chain winder) and one was a fixed lite with a dummy sash (so fixed in a closed position).
here are 2 photos 1 inside 1 out. Painting to be done now its installed.
Inside view of awning window
Here we have a few more doors made up to our clients specifications.