Sealasash at work on the Royal Engineers Building, Hobart
Get a glimpse of the work that goes into the installation of our draught sealing system with this short time-lapse video shot recently at the Royal Engineers Building in Hobart. As well as seeing the guys rig up a temporary banner on the building to let the passing traffic know we were there, you’ll see the work of removing sashes, installing cords and weights, draught seals, re-assembly and testing – multiple times! Watch how the windows glide up and down as they’re supposed to!
Click here or on the image above to watch the video. And make sure you crank up the volume!!
The Royal Engineers building was built in 1846-47 at the start of Davey Street, one of the main routes into Hobart. The Gothic Revival style building once housed the senior members of the Royal Engineers, who were responsible for arranging all works in the colony. It’s now rented out as office space and the new tenants wanted to do something about the draughty windows. You can find out more about the history of the building here http://ontheconvicttrail.blogspot.com.au/2013/03/royal-engineers-building-hobart.html
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