The project in Crescent, Roseneath involves: the removal of multi-storey deck membranes that have been leaking; construction of new decks with internal gutters, parapets and glass balustrades on top; the installation of new Butynol deck membranes on each level and all new aluminum joinery; and the relining of existing rooms that are below each deck.


Here is a photo showing the demolition of the existing deck substrate and framing.

 


This is a view of top deck, which was removed and rebuilt.

 


New parapets were constructed here. Glass balustrades will be installed on top of these. The new deck membrane was installed on a new plywood substrate.

 


A side view of middle deck parapet that’s under construction.

 


This photo shows the lower bedroom gutted and ready for new insulation and a reline once deck has been installed.

 


In this photo, the lower-level parapet framing is complete.

 


This photo shows the upper level parapet framing.

 


In this photo, the upper deck is complete with the new glass balustrade and new aluminum joinery.

 


This photo shows the view from the upper deck with the joinery installed.

 


This photo shows the view from the upper deck with the joinery installed.

 


In this photo, the upper study is complete.

 


In this photo, the lower-level deck is complete with the new glass balustrades and the aluminum joinery.

 


This photo shows the lower-level aluminum joinery.

 


In this photo, the lower bedroom has been re-lined with the new 4 door aluminum sliders installed with the ornate cornice to match.

 


In this photo, the lower bedroom is complete.

 


This photo is a view of the entire job completed (both decks rebuilt).

 


This photo shows the completed job (New decks, joinery, parapets and glass balustrades installed)

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The team built the 170-sq. meter house in Breaker Bay, Seatoun for approximately 16 weeks. 

From the photos, you can see the milestones of the main house, the garage, the hallway, and most recently the lounge, dining area and living room.


This photo shows the clearing of section for the construction of the new house.

 


New piles for the main house already braced in place.

 


Piles were concreted and ready for subfloor.

 


Further to the building of the new house, we did this concrete slab for garage on block foundation. The subfloor framing was in place.

 


We installed the flooring of the main house in its place.

 


From the framework, you can see the hallway of this new house.

 


The garage frames were erected.

 


The main house was framed.

 


Here, you can see the front elevation of this new building. All frames were already erected.

 


You see two of our construction team working on the front elevation of lounge and dining area with frames erected.

 


Steel beams were installed in the garage area and the framing was finished for the second floor.

 


Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) roof rafters were installed in the garage area as seen in this photo.

 


This view shows the framing in the kitchen / dining area.

 


This photo shows the lounge area.

 


This photo shows the framing from this area to the front living area of the house.

 


In this photo, all the framing for this house is in place. The roof framing is underway.

 


This photo shows the view from the first floor windows.

 


In this photo, the roof framing has been completed and the Eco Ply bracing has been installed.

 


Here, all the roofing ply and Eco Ply are complete and the team is ready for the installation of the windows and weatherboards.

 


After the Eco Ply bracing was done, the kitchen area was closed in.

 


This area is the living room where a log burner will be installed.

 


In this photo, rusticated weatherboards were being installed.

 

 


From another view of this house, rusticated weatherboards were being installed over an Eco Ply barrier.

 


In this photo, the insulation is installed in this part of the house.

 


In this photo, the garage has been built with insulation.

 


This photo shows the insulation for the main living room and kitchen.

 


Here is another view of the main living room and kitchen with insulation.

 


This is another view of the main living room and kitchen shown here with insulation.

 


The main living room and kitchen has been insulated.

 


This photo shows the cladding is already complete and the window facings installed.

 


In this photo, the hallway has been lined with GIB boards.

 


In this photo, the living area has been lined.

 


In this photo, the kitchen area has been lined and the tongue and groove ceiling has been installed.

 


In this photo, the living area has been lined.

 


In this photo, the workshop above the garage has been completely lined.

 


In this photo, the kitchen, matai finishings, and flooring have all been installed, sanded and stained.

 


This photo shows the new kitchen.

 


This photo shows shower wet area to be complete.

 


In this photo, the bathroom and bath area have been tiled and completed.

 


In this photo, the exterior has been painted and the deck constructed.

 


This photo shows the front elevation of the completed house.

 


In this photo, the window seats have been installed.

 


In this photo, the exterior has been completed, and the driveway preparation is finished.

 


Completed house and driveway.

 


Completed house and driveway.

 


Completed house and driveway.

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We worked on a 60 sq. meters extension project for Community Baptist Church in Porirua. You will see in the photos below how the extension project progressed over the span of 10 weeks.


Excavation for new extension of Community Baptist Church in Porirua.

 


Another view of the excavation for new the Baptist Church extension.

 


The 60 sq. meters of lot ready for the new extension.

 

Reinforcing and insulation in place. This is now ready for the concrete pour.

 


The construction team standing frames and trusses to structure the church extension.

 


The extension’s new roof and building wrap almost finished in this photo of the church.

 

The windows and cladding have been installed for the extension.

 

The photo shows the interior plastering after linings. Extension’s wall insulation already installed.

 


Here’s how the extension of the Community Baptist Church in Porirua looks like after completion.

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This is an 80-square meter villa extension project, with a full interior gut and rebuild. The remodeling included: all new exterior and interior joinery; a new roof; and new bathrooms, kitchen, and decks.

In this photo, the framing is done for the new rear bedroom, bathroom, and laundry extension.

This photo shows one of the workers busy creating the new entrance and bedroom.

This photo shows how the original front elevation of the villa.

The kitchen extension’s building wrap and roof framing for the renovation were finished in this photo.

New French doors to the bedrooms and the kitchen extension will be built on this side of the villa.

This photo shows the construction on the exterior of the front entrance.

Here is the front entrance with the new front door unit installed.

Entrance way complete.

This is the renovated inside hallway of the villa, after the framing was all finished.

This front door was successfully installed.

Hallway completed.

This is how the villa’s bathroom looked while under construction.

After completion, here’s the transformed bathroom with floor to wall tiles.

The villa’s remodeled bathroom has a heated floor and falling floor shower.

This is a photo of the villa’s original kitchen and pantry.

For this renovation, there was a new open plan kitchen and dining room.

This is the newly-constructed kitchen and dining area.

Kitchen and Dining complete.

This photo shows the old lounge of the villa.

The framing for the lounge area was finished in this photo.

New doors were installed and more construction is going on in the lounge area in this photo.

This is the newly-renovated lounge area showing altered doors and windows.

This photo is the old view down the west face of the house.

After the demolition in this side of the villa, new joinery will be installed.

Frames were built for the deck and veranda.

Here’s another view of the deck and veranda with the framing already built.

This is the villa’s newly-constructed deck and veranda.

Here’s a nice view of the completed deck and veranda.

Deck all completed and landscaping and Gardens complete.

After the house renovation was completed, the team worked on the landscaping and driveway outside the villa.

This shows the pathway to the double garage.

More landscaping being done for this villa’s remodel.

This is how the existing garage looked. A new double garage will be constructed in this area.

For the remodel, the team demolished this outbuilding to make way for the outdoor fireplace and patio.

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The following photos show a 20 week alteration and addition construction project in Normandale Wellington.

Works included a new bedroom, study, rumpus room, and garage addition. Works also included Kitchen rennovation, lounge, dining room, and existing bedroom changes.

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1A. Digging footings for new rumpus room slab.

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1B. Side vide of garage and rumpus room framing.

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1C. All framing completed on upper floor levels. Trusses in place for color steel roof.

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1D: Cladding complete ( A variation in Shadowclad ply and weatherboard).

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2A. Road view before garage & rumpus room addition

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2B. Rumpus room framing

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2Ba. Garage floor framing on top of the rumpus room.

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2C. Double garage framed up off road.

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2D. Garage Completed with car deck and entrance way.

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2E. 3 storey exterior rennovation complete (320m2).

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2F.

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3A. Lower floor before renovation / addition / extension

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3B. New concrete slabs poured on lower level.

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3C. View from lower level of new framing to the new addition with trusses in place.

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3D. Ground floor and first floor exterior completed. Double storey deck construction in progress.

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This is an existing house in Grenada Village in Wellington New Zealand. We were hired to extend this property by 40 square metres. The works undertaken are briefly described under each photo.

This is view 4 of the external cladding applied to the home extension project, and also the completed concrete pad.

Existing patio area before home extension is built - view 1.

This photo shows the completed concrete pad, as part of the home extension project.

Existing patio area before extension is built - view 2.

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This photo shows the concrete pad before it was poured.

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This image shows the home extension before the external cladding was applied

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This is view 1 of the external cladding applied to the home extension project.

This is view 2 of the external cladding applied to the home extension project.

This is view 2 of the external cladding applied to the home extension project.

This is view 3 of the external cladding applied to the home extension project.

This is view 3 of the external cladding applied to the home extension project.

This final shot shows the roof extension, and how it matches perfectly with the original roof of the house.

This final shot shows the roof extension, and how it matches perfectly with the original roof of the house.

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