Back for 2020

Finished Product, Uncategorized, Work in progress

Well we have been back to work after the Christmas break – George and I since Jan 8th, and the rest of our staff on the 23rd.

Whilst I have been uploading more pictures through Instagram, I must admit I’ve been a bit lax on our website here.  Here are some of the things we have been up to – I could post a lot more, but I need to get back to glazing some sashes.

here is hoping to a successful and happy 2020 for all.

  • Peter -production manager/ son of the boss George

Some cedar casement windows complete and ready to be picked up

here is the new window, western red cedar.

Scissor winders + stays and latches for the hardware.

Here you can see one of the other windows, internal view. Notice the scissor winder hardware. Top panels of glass obtained from the wonderful team at the Glass Emporium, as per clients request.

 

In our factory, we are running up door stiles for assembly. Notice; full timbers (not blocks glued together with a veneer) and mortice + tennon joins. In the background you can see the solid 150×50 EX WRC timber pack which is how it all starts out.

Timber install photos

Finished Product

Last week we pulled out the old rotten windows in a lovely sun room. the floor was hand made parquetry, truly time-consuming to make.

We replaced the frames with new cedar frames. This time with no colonial bars, and increased the glass from 3mm float, to 6.38 clear comfort plus Low-E glass.

Installing the arched windows

Finished Product, Work in progress

My last little post had a picture of arches being made.

here is the photo of one of the windows being installed.

it went almost perfect today, i had the first window out by 8am, and the new ones fit perfectly with no need to adjust or alter.

Random bits n pieces

Work in progress

I’ve been pretty slack posting new bits n pieces up.

too much to do!

new window made basedon old broken one. quite ugly but who are we to decide. it also has pink glass for it.

double glazed cedar lift up windows.

cedar sliding door

sash rails being prepared for assembly. all those round bits on the end become the sash horns. photo’d in black and white for a change

OAK doorframe for a church

Work in progress

My entire last week was spent on a first floor of a hall installing 16 bronze anodise sliding windows.  It was a challenge (4 of us there all week) but in terms of photos, pretty boring.  But this was being made at the factory by my timber lads and when i returned to work I had to photo this and share it.

Solid Oak. roughly 2900 high x 3000 wide. We are making a pair of doors (again solid oak) which when we install the frame will be hung on pivots.

The fixed panels on the sides will be adorned with crosses and other ikons for the church.

Oak doorframe
2900 x 3000 or so. 2 doors on pivot hinges will be made and hung when we install it . for a church in adelaide. the panels on the sides will have crosses and other items

Aluminium Awning Window

Finished Product

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.

com awning