SITE CARPENTRY Staircase delivered to site, awaiting fixing.
SITE CARPENTRY Staircase fitted.
SITE CARPENTRY Metal stud partitions built to form walls and openings for doors.
SITE CARPENTRY Opening for door formed by block-work. The block-work will be covered with cement render
SITE CARPENTRY Plasterboard in place, ready for door frames – known as door linings, to be fitted.
SITE CARPENTRY Door linings delivered, awaiting fixing to openings.
SITE CARPENTRY Doors awaiting fixing: door hinges are factory fitted, which saves time on site.
SITE CARPENTRY Door with door lining, delivered as a complete item.
SITE CARPENTRY Mouldings, known as architraves, fixed to openings
SITE CARPENTRY Once door linings are fitted, the openings are protected to prevent damage until the door is fitted.
SITE CARPENTRY Door being fitted.
SITE CARPENTRY Ironmongery includes door handles, lock, push panels, panic bars (used on fire escape doors), signs and kicking plates.
SITE CARPENTRY Door handle with secret fixing.
SITE CARPENTRY Bolts holding the door handle in place are hidden by a push plate on the other side of the door. The push plate is fixed using screws.
SITE CARPENTRY Door handle and mortice lock.
SITE CARPENTRY Automatic door closer, used to close fire doors.
SITE CARPENTRY Fire doors must be marked with appropriate signage.
SITE CARPENTRY Panic bolts keep doors securely locked when not in use. Pushing the bar down releases the door.
SITE CARPENTRY Joists rest on block supporting walls, and form the structure for upper floors
SITE CARPENTRY Factory-built roof trusses delivered to site, awaiting fixing.
SITE CARPENTRY Roof trusses in place, supported mid-span by block work piers.
SITE CARPENTRY Inside the roof space of a house under construction.