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.
We continue manufacturing the Jarrah work for a hotel and as all the windows are done, we are onto the doors.
Here is one of the internal, Jarrah doors all finished. It weighs 47 kilograms, so quite heavy and will need good solid hinges to support it.
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 are doing a rather large supply job for a hotel in a country town.
They have specified all kapur windows, doorframes and doors.
Here is the first assembled frame – it has a lovely red hue. It weighs, even unglazed, a huge amount and is so hard a timber, you need to pre-drill before using nails for beading etc.
Jarrah window frame