Project De Villiers

PROJECT DE VILLIERS: 2012 NEWLANDS

Project: The restoration and renovation of this Victorian era style home involved the repair of the existing timber floors, skirtings, windows and tiling, with a repaint throughout internally and externally. New joists were fitted under the timber flooring where it had sagged and the floors were refinished throughout. The pressed tin ceilings had to be cleaned, scraped and repainted. The tiled fireplaces were also cleaned and restored. All the original timber sash windows were repaired with new sash cords and cracked panes repaired.

Restoration work carried out on Project De Villiers.

Restoration work carried out on Project De Villiers.

Old and damaged sub-floor construction on Project De Villiers meant the lifting of various flooring boards and re-building of sub-floor structure..

Old and damaged sub-floor construction on Project De Villiers meant the lifting of various flooring boards and re-building of sub-floor structure.

Restored Oregon Pine flooring at Project De Villiers.

Restored Oregon Pine flooring at Project De Villiers.

Extensive amounts of re-painting was required at Project De Villiers. The picture above shows the boundary wall of the project.

Extensive amounts of re-painting was required at Project De Villiers. The picture above shows the boundary wall of the project.

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Exterior boundary wall repainted on Project De Villiers. Original wall had extensive paint damage. Walls were stripped, prepped and repainted using Plascon Micatex products.