Im not in the office much lately – too many installs where im needed to give a hand. So here are just a few more photos of some of the things going on around now
I’ve been pretty slack posting new bits n pieces up.
too much to do!
Installed this window yesterday, very pleased as we managed to remove the old glass panes from the old sashes, and re-use them in the new window.
The day before we did this – a cedar sliding door and window. up in a horse farm. the view was lovely.
and earler on in the week we finished off some vent locks and 1 window for a job we had done a few months prior
Nothing fancy, but a very common type of sliding door we make;
this one is 2100 high x 1800 wide (pretty standard sizing). Clear laminate glass and a flydoor. Assembled and tested in our steel jig to ensure squareness and smooth operation.
Probably the most common sliding door we make.
This job was very technical and potentially dangerous.
2nd floor timber window which was floor to ceiling height was rotten.
We had to erect scaffolding on the outside balcony to remove the existing window. We found the glass to be 4mm float- incredibly dangerous for something that height, and size. Taking the original glass out required delicate care to safely remove.
Most of the pictures of work lately has been in timber. we do lots of aluminium as well, so here is a photo of a sliding door in bronze anodise with 007 diamond grille security screen. 4mm toughened glass. All assembled and tested within our jig to ensure the frame is square, and everything locks and operates perfectly. this particular door is 2095 x 1810 – fairly close to a standard sized door frame.
This is a 4 panel sliding door (2 active sliding doors, 2 fixed panels on either end).
This is a finished sliding door, with a flydoor.
Powdercoat is IRONSTONE, and you can see it is sitting within our steel jig to ensure the door is square and works perfectly before being taken by our client.
Over a year ago we made some windows and doors for a residence.
They have finally installed, varnished and finished these doors and today we took a picture of them; they turned out very nice.