Just thought id upload these photos showing me replacing a door stile.
Later today we will go install it.
I’ve been pretty slack posting new bits n pieces up.
too much to do!
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.
This morning we set up 2 bifolds for installation. here is a photo of the work being carried out. I left the lads there to finish the glazing, so its not a finished photo.
This morning, we had 3 bifolds up and screwed in by 9:30am.
I’ve come back to the factory to relax and do this post, whilst the lads struggle on and do the finishing touches. Monday we glaze them.
We made 2 bifolds, and 2 doorframes with doubledoors (french doors) for this job at west lakes. the original windows were removed, and some required wall cuts too.
Client will render to the outside of our frames.
If you need the supply and installation of windows and doors, give us a call or email and we are more than happy to quote.
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.
Well we have come back (the 9th for George and I with the rest of the staff fully back on january 23rd 2017). I’ve been a little slack in uploading new images of what we have been doing so today here are a few random images of what has been going on the past few months.
A small selection of the variety of work we have carried out recently. Ill try make a better effort and post more frequently.
regards Peter @ THE WINDOW MAN
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.