Timber Heritage Doors and Windows in Gladstone by Wilkins Windows
Timber heritage doors and windows have been provided by Wilkins Windows for The Grand Hotel in Gladstone, Queensland. The major refurbishment is part of a long list of projects on Wilkins Windows’ portfolio. With a track record spanning nearly two decades, the Australian-owned and operated company remains the go-to choice for top industry professionals across the country.
Timber Heritage Doors and Windows In Action
Built in 1898, The Grand Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in Queensland. The establishment has since undergone numerous renovations to become the bustling hotel it is today.
Wilkins Windows was behind a major refurbishment and extension project in The Grand Hotel for Virtual Interiors. Completed prior to Christmas 2013, the project saw the launch of a Ribs & Rump Restaurant, an informal chain of burger joints. It also opened dining areas in The Coffee Club, serving all-day breakfasts with signature coffee blends.
The Wilkins Windows team carried out the project with a brief of supplying timber heritage doors and windows to match existing profiles in the hotel. The project involved quite a bit of detailed timber work to achieve authentic heritage appeal. Wilkins Windows delivered outstanding results with their proven expertise and commitment to quality and service.
Timber doors and windows are built using no less than premium western red cedar, along with robust mortise and tenon joints. Western red cedar is known for its excellent weatherability. The widely used building material can resist premature deterioration and hard wear, even under harsh weather conditions. Processed to a high-quality finish, timber doors and windows exude visual appeal and fragrance, to contribute to a pleasing atmosphere. Wilkins Windows can design assemblies to enhance any building design, such as Art Deco, Federation or Contemporary styles.
The production team at Wilkins Windows can manufacture timber windows and doors with single and double glazed units. The latter option offers superior thermal and acoustic insulation, leading to a comfortable indoor ambience and remarkable energy savings in the long run. The sound shield of acoustic assemblies have been government-approved for the Aircraft Noise Project.
Wilkins Windows can custom-build timber windows and doors to any size or shape. Their highly professional, yet personal bespoke services allow the architect, builder or homeowner to bring uncompromised design concepts to life, with each detail fitted to the client’s taste. Whether for residential or commercial applications, handcrafted assemblies by Wilkins Windows are the number-one choice for the building and design industries in Australia.
To learn more about timber heritage doors and windows, contact Wilkins Windows via www.wilkinswindows.com.au now.