Open Plan Living, New Deck and Handrails

Our client purchased a property in the popular Hastings school zone, Port Macquarie. Built in the 1970s the home is functional and well built but in need of modernising. Pacific Coast Carpentry manage small and large renovation projects in Port Macquarie Hastings.

Remove a wall

Pacific Coast Carpentry were engaged to remove interior walls and create a space for contemporary open living. We removed the internal walls and installed a new structural timber beam to meet Australian standards. In addition we removed and replaced the cornice and patched the ceiling between the two rooms ready for paint. This service included resheeting the kitchen area, ceiling patching, cornice and finishing.

New timber deck and staircase

The deck at the rear of the property was in need of some TLC. Pacific Coast Carpentry removed and replaced the decking and installed a new staircase leading down to the garden and pool area. A timber screen was installed at the western edge for privacy and shade. Hardwood hampden style railings provide a stylish finish, modernising the exterior facade

New timber handrails with stainless steel wire to improve exterior

The front verandah featured dated columns and 1960’s style wrought iron balustrading. The new timber handrails with stainless steel wire create a modern contemporary entry to the updated home.

Pacific Coast Carpentry Services

  • Remove a wall and gyprocking
  • New timber deck and staircase
  • New timber handrails with stainless steel wire to improve exterior

 

Remove-a-wall

The kitchen was supplied by a Port Macquarie kitchens installer. Pacific Coast Carpentry removed the internal walls and installed the beams to create open plan living.