DODGES FERRY KITCHEN
Recently completed kitchen. Work included removing existing floor, lay new floor, repair plaster, design build and install kitchen, tiling, LED light strips under wall cabinets.
WEST HOBART KITCHEN
Supply and install of new kitchen, using mocha coloured Stylelite panels and doors, stone benchtop, stainless steel kick boards. Tiling of splash back and laying of new flooring was also part of the job.
SOUTH HOBART KITCHEN
This kitchen update reused a number of existing cabinets, but transformed them by installing new Blum drawers, 2 pack painted doors and panels, and added extra cabinets to include a small dishwasher and a kitchen island on wheels. It also added a pantry cupboard.
LAUDERDALE FULL HOUSE RENOVATION
On this project I renovated the complete house after it had been used as a rental. This included a brand new kitchen, two totally renovated bathrooms, plaster repairs and painting throughout the house and new floorboards and carpets.
This project replaced half the existing kitchen, with new cabinets, new laminex benchtop and table, and new Tas Oak doors to match existing. Old laminate shelves were also replaced with new Tas Oak shelves. Kitchen consists of integrated dishwasher, sink cupboard, bin cupboard, narrow 250mm cabinet with 2 drawers, set of 4 Blum Legrabox drawers and set of 2 Blum Legrabox drawers.
For this project the owners removed the old kitchen, walls and ceiling were replastered by Pipshy Pty Ltd before installing the new kitchen. Blum legrabox drawers were used throughout, except for the corner cabinet which used Blum space corner tandembox drawers. Tas Oak 40mm benchtop. Shelves were made from recycled blackwood (from the old kitchen) and a Tas Oak shelf unit was made to act as an end panel. The panel under the breakfast bar is using myrtle boards treated with Livos oil.
KITCHEN RENEWAL - BATTERY POINT
For this kitchen job the existing cabinets were reused. All fronts were replaced with new vinyl wrapped matt white, all hinges replaced with Blum soft closing hinges. A new cooker was installed at the same time, but dishwasher was reused.
NEW TOWN BATHROOM
This project gutted the existing bathroom, partially replaced the existing floor. Wet area plasterboard on walls and ceiling before laying tile underlay and water proofing. Wall tiles are 300x 100mm and floor tiles 450x450mm.
HOUSE EXTENSION ALLANS RIVULET
On this project we were contracted by Valley Workshop to assist in work for a 90m2 extension to a house at Allan's Rivulet. Valley Workshop has introduced new building techniques to Tasmania, where the house is designed by architect Warren Frence and is then constructed in their workshop before being transported in segments to the construction site. This is not your standard pre-fab house, but an architecturally designed custom made house that gets delivered in pre-manufactured parts and assembled on site.
This technique provides the opportunity for building floors, walls and roof segments inside a workshop, therefore reducing the risk of bad weather delays during the construction process. Whilst these segments are constructed in the workshop, a team prepares the foundations so that they are ready for delivery. Once delivered, the segments are put together and finishing touches can be made, such as creating decks, installing trims, etc.
For the Allan's Rivulet project, our involvements included pouring the concrete footings and installing treated pine posts and specially designed brackets for the floor segments to be installed. Once the floors, walls and roofs were installed (whilst we were on an overseas holiday), we were then involved in the construction of decks and walkways. This project was built to lock up only with the owners then taking over as owner builders to finalise the project.
This 7.6m x 3.5m carport was constructed next to an existing shed, but is stand alone and not connected to the existing shed. It was constructed so that the owners would have a good place to park their bikes, kayaks, prams and other outdoor tools and equipment. The project took about 4 days to be completed by one person and uses treated pine posts, rafters and battens, colorbond roof and gutter.
Installation of Japanese doors supplied by Shoji Screens and Doors (www.shoji.com.au)
Every family with kids should have a cubby house in the back yard if there is space. Ideally this should be built by mum and dad, grand parents or aunt and uncles visiting. Unfortunately this is not always possible and we can help build your dream cubbyhouse. Once such example is shown below, but we are happy to discuss your requirements and come up with a suitable design for your back yard and your kid's requirements. This cubby measures 4x2 metres, has two rooms - one open to the elements and the other closed - and a great 8m2 deck on top which allows for pirates to sail their ship to treasure island. As well as the ladder to climb upstairs, the cubby comes with a 2.4m climbing wall and a great slide to get down again.
This shows some of the small furniture projects we have completed