480 Puketoi Runs Rd
New double glazed windows & repairs
This large station is situated in the majestic plains of Central Otago, which comprises an area of over 2,784.95ha which is dedicated to the grazing of sheep and cattle.
The original name of the farm was “Awatea” This is a Māori-language name meaning middle of the day, or broad daylight.
“Paerau is a small settlement in the inland Central Otago in New Zealand’s South Island. It is located in the Strath Taieri, the upper valley of the Taieri River, at the foot of the Rock and Pillar Range. “Paerau” is a Māori-language name meaning “one hundred ridges”.
Despite being geographically close to Middlemarch and Roxburgh, the terrain and roads mean that Ranfurly and Patearoa are the more closely related communities of interest.” _ Wikipedia.
Our client initially wanted to update the original farmhouse with us removing the old wooden windows and replacing them with new double-glazed Aluminium ones, adding warmth, comfort, and value to the property.
Scope of the project:
* Install 10 x window inserts.
* Install 9 x window units.
* Supply & install 90x18mm single bevel architrave to the bathroom window.
* Supply & install 135x18mm splayed architrave to the window units.
* Supply & install 90x32mm dressed timber to create new window sills on the window units, using a biscuit jointer.
* Supply & install dressing timber under window sills on the window units.
* Re-install timber over arched windows.
* Remove demolition materials & rubbish from the site.
Our client was so happy with the end result, that they instructed us to complete additional work with repairs to the house and the garage/workshop.
* Replace sections of 200×25 H3.2 barge boards, highlighted green in the attached photos.
* Replace sections of 200×25 H3.2 fascia boards, highlighted yellow in the attached photos.
* Replace 150×25 H3.2 facing boards, highlighted blue in the attached photos.
* Replace sections of tongue & groove soffit linings, highlighted red in the attached photos.
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Corish & Regan Taylor