We were called in to remove a section of wall separating two office spaces, reinstate some framing, and install new gib before plastering and painting it.
We completed this refreshing new bathroom design with the pre-existing layout. Our team worked overtime to ensure the project was complete to the deadline.
We renewed this dated 70s bathroom with a luxury design, giving it a touch of beauty to match the classic rustic home. The timber-like tiles match nicely with the timber veneer vanity, and the black fixtures contrast nicely with the white tiles
An outdated kitchen with minimum cupboard space was replaced with a fresh looking Kaboodle kitchen from Bunnings. We were able to provide extra space and brighten up the whole room.
We removed a four-metre-long window from the upstairs room of this house and tided up the exterior
This was a refreshing renovation of an outdated bathroom. The old pink bath and vanity were replaced and modernised with crisp white models
Hill jobs can always be a challenge, and that was the case here, as we needed to bore holes down two-and-a-half metres through to solid clay before setting piles for the subfloor
After removing the old single garage, this new double garage was dug into the hill against the house. With the completion of the splatter plaster coat, the garage then matched the house so perfectly that it looked as if it had always been there
We undertook a nice little refurbishment of an outdated extension. Increased the size by 3sqm and lightened up the room by installing French doors and a nice big window.
A nice upgrade to an old en-suite. We replaced the floor with new H3 flooring and removed part of the wardrobe to make the room bigger. Also installing a cavity slider was another space saving idea
Stripped out the old dated seratone linings and cast iron bath. New aqualine gib to the walls and ceiling, with some nice white contrasting tiles. Stylish yet functional