We made some commercial aluminium windows and bifolds for a client.
They installed the windows, but asked us to come down and install the bifolds properly.
So Here are 2 photos of the bifolds i installed this morning.
manufactured and installed by THE WINDOW MAN
Black aluminium bifolds installed today
We will glaze the frames at a later date – double glazed units.
A shopfront had been fire damaged and required a new window/door.
All the beautiful artwork painted on the original window was burnt and cracked and damaged – but the owner said the artist will come back and do something new.
the African shop in Woodville had been damaged by fire. all that artwork was handpainted on the glass.
New clear anodise commercial aluminium shopfront. Note the wall so close to the window – we could not glaze on the inside. So we used 10.38 laminate glass, and glazed at the front only.
commercial frame. 101mm x 44.5mm. 10.38 clear lam.
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.
Clear Anodise commercial frames. Windows will have large fixed panels of glass with awning sashes on top. Door frame with hinged full glass door. Work in progress shot.
Clear anodise office partitions
Spent a few days installing office partitions, doors, glass and locks on various floors of a franklin st building in adelaide’s CBD. we re-used some glass panels, and some doors, with the rest being manufactured in our factory and then installed on site.
a WIP photo.
Very hard work with most items requiring transport up staircases.or lifts.
We manufactured and installed these windows and double pivot doors last week.
glazed with 6.38 grey laminate glass.
We make a fair few of these style aluminium windows. Commercial frame (101mm x 44.5mm) with an awning sash and lockable whitco chain winder. Fly screen on inside.
The awning has no hinges or stays, and instead has a hook on the head and a matching hook on the top of the sash. No moving on this turning point means nothing will wear out and break (as do hinges and non-friction stays after years of use)
Thought id take a photo before delivering it to a job site this morning.
Today I have done a bit of everything; helping the lads out on all these odd jobs for the start of the year. Always with a camera in hand, here is some of the things we are doing today.
Here we are making a large arched window with colonial bars, top down photo showing us setting up the template etc.
Glazing some sashes with colonial bars…. all in cedar.
Here is mill (raw) alumimium commercial frame we have engineered to a curve. we will then make a window from it.
Today we had a lot of random things on the go; have some photos.
Large cedar Pivot door being glued up.
Jarrah doors with colonial bars being assembled.
Clear anodise commercial frames and doors for an office partition in CBD – ready to be installed first thing tomorrow morning. Each frame is over 3m high and will be installed on the third floor of a building.