Portfolio Tag: gaiacon

Schultz – 2016

Schultz - Parklands - 2016 The client's geyser had blown causing water-based damage to the ceilings and surrounding area. This included the walls, paintwork, light fitting, skirting boards and cornices. All the existing ceiling boards and cornices were removed and discarded of and the walls scraped and prepped for new paint. Once the new boards…
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Maple Mews – Unit 17

Maple Mews - Unit 17 Laminated flooring boards were damaged due to water damage from the roof. We needed to remove the existing carpet and place down new laminated flooring boards. First the skirting boards needed to be removed and then the carpet. Once this was done the flooring's underlay was placed onto the sceeded…
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Project Pospech

PROJECT POSPECH: 2012 MEADOWRIDGE Construction Project: Add upper floor with bedrooms and bathrooms and upper external entertainment deck, wired for light and sound and situated surrounded by the steeply sloping roof and overlooking the ground floor patio/braai and pool area. The entire lower floor was revamped with original bar room, kitchen and lounge re-located. The original…
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Project Miller

PROJECT MILLER: 2013 CONSTANTIA (PHASE 1) Project: Plumbing and drainage installation included and allowed for a grey water reticulation system. [spacer] [caption id="attachment_2314" align="aligncenter" width="1080"] Trenches are dug to cast concrete for foundations at Project Miller.[/caption] [spacer] [caption id="attachment_2313" align="aligncenter" width="1080"] Soak-away system built at Project Miller site.[/caption] [spacer] [caption id="attachment_2331" align="aligncenter" width="1152"] In-situ formwork…
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Project Lumpp

PROJECT LUMPP: 2013 CONSTANTIA Project:  Add lounge, bedrooms, bathrooms and garages to L-shaped extension on two floors. To cut costs the original mazista roof slates were shifted to the back of the house and a new profile cement tile redistributed to the new extension. The final effect was aesthetic and the blend invisible to the…
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