Yesterday myself, Tom and Andrew installed this bay window (and another double window which ill add photos later). The original window was rotting away and falling apart. White cathedral glass on top colonial sashes, clear laminate on bottom panels. Sides are fixed/dummy sashes with the middle panel able to be lifted up (screens not in photo but sit on outside.)
Today we went on site to glaze some windows we had manufactured earlier.
all western red cedar, and in the pics below you can see corner window with silicon join glass.
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.
We had been asked to remake a rotten gate which was raked (so it could be opened on a slanted hillside driveway).
A lot of time and effort to make these beautiful gates, and everyone is very pleased with the result.
We have just finished this beautiful doorframe.
It has an arched head, awning (wind out) sashes in the side lites with colonial bars.
Double doors, rebated with colonial bars. Hardwood sill.
Here we are making (about 10) fixed louvre frames in western red cedar. Of various sizes.
I glazed this job on the weekend so it is now finished.
Arched front door with white transluscent glass.
4 panel bifold door. 1 active door opening left, the other 3 panels folding to the right.
bottom track recessed into the ground/cement for no
This is a door we made based on the clients photo of an existing door. Specially made fielded panels with quite a deep bevel makes this door quite unique.