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Sawdust In My Socks Pages Home Sunday, 17 July 2016 A Pair Of Doors I recently made and hung a pair of doors for some customers who live in the village. The door was built to their proportions and given a clean looks by not adding fussy mouldings. I was really pleased with how they turned out. Posted by Kev Alviti at 14:53 2 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: door hanging, doors, making doors Tuesday, 12 April 2016 Fitted Wardrobes Yesterday I went back and put the finishing touches to some fitted wardrobes I'd made for a customer. The couple wanted something different to suit their needs so I created a "his and hers" - one side each. His side Her side Trouser rail I was really pleased with how they came out now they're painted and so was the customer. A lovely couple to work for and some really nice work for me! Posted by Kev Alviti at 04:15 4 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: fitted units, fitted wardobe, wardrobe Thursday, 25 February 2016 Large Door I fitted this door I made for a very happy customer today. It's a monster at nearly three foot wide and eight feet tall! Posted by Kev Alviti at 14:56 3 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: door hanging, doors, making doors Sunday, 7 February 2016 Altering A Doorway A couple of weeks ago I had to alter a door way that used to have double doors. Since then pipe work has been added either side and a fridge was to be positioned behind, so they decided to have the one half partitioned off and a glazed door ont he other half. To do the work I first had to build the frame out either side 75mm, I then hung the door and built the partition to suit. Quite a tricky job when you first look at it but when it's broken down into stages it becomes quite straight forward. The customer was more than happy and sent me a thank you note when they paid. Posted by Kev Alviti at 14:50 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: door hanging, doors, partition Friday, 1 January 2016 Happy New Year! Happy New Year To You All! Some flooring finished just before Christmas I'm back in full time work this year so if anyone has any projects for me then please let me know! I'm booked up until the end of February at the moment with bookings for the spring already coming in. I'm also looking at starting an online shop of handmade wood products that can be shipped around the country. Posted by Kev Alviti at 14:53 6 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Saturday, 5 December 2015 Laying A Pre Finished Oak Floor I've been laying a pre finished oak floor this week and I think it's up there with the biggeest single room I've done so far. Each run of boards was 10 meters long so getting the first row straight was essential. The boards were engineered with a 6mm layer of oak on the top. They were pre finished with oil and have a really good feel to them. All boards were secret nailed down and the tongue and groove were glued to prevent squeaking. I've still got lots of floors to lay in this office yet, another 5 offices and all the corridors so plenty more before Christmas! Posted by Kev Alviti at 15:00 2 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: flooring, oak, oak flooring Sunday, 29 November 2015 Solid Oak Floor Another solid Oak floor last week. Glued down to concrete, but this time using a Gekko gun and a lot less messy than with a trowel. Ready to go down Cutting station set up with dust extractor Alex with the oversized gun, my partner in crime on this floor! Midway clamp up, always tricky to keep it tight when gluing a floor to concrete Wedging up the end at the end of the first day, still another room to go First floor looking good. Last board to clamp up. with my patented bent bit of metal and clamps set as spreaders Track saw making ripping easy cutting under frames so no expansion gaps can be seen in doorways Between rooms Second floor nearing the finish Sanding up, orbital after the big floor sander has finished just to take off the marks left by the drum More pictures to follow. Managed to do the last bit of sanding today so now it's ready for oiling then I can drop back and do the doors, architraves and skirtings. Posted by Kev Alviti at 15:06 3 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: flooring, oak, oak floor, timber floors Tuesday, 17 November 2015 Oak Fireplace A commission from a customer to make a chunky, clean lined fireplace was a nice interesting project that I've been tackling in the workshop in the evenings. Planing the timber up to size Housing joints to hide any shrinkage, loose tenons to hold it all together All parts ready to assembly Setting out Fitted and a happy carpenter! I was really pleased with how this came out. I fitted it on interlocking brackets and then glued it to the wall for extra security. The customers were pleased as well and were sending pictures to their friends before I'd even left! Posted by Kev Alviti at 14:46 1 comment: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: fire place, oak Monday, 2 November 2015 New Bottom Tread I had to add a new bottom tread to an old flight of stairs the other day. Quite a bit of work but it will look good when it's carpeted. Posted by Kev Alviti at 15:18 2 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: stairs, steps, tread Thursday, 1 October 2015 Planing Larch Monday night I planed up some larch for a customer. It was as big as either my machine or I could manage as it was still quite green and heavy. Not really a job for ten at night but the only time I could fit it in! Good to get the job done and the workshop clear of the timber. It looked nice planed up as well. Posted by Kev Alviti at 02:33 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: larch, machining, planing, Timber, wood machining. Saturday, 26 September 2015 Fitting Door Linings At the last of the first fix stage of the office I've been doing in Malvern. That means getting the linings for the doors in, some normal and some grooved for fire doors. I enjoy fitting these and it's good to know that by fitting them myself the doors will be much easier to fit! Posted by Kev Alviti at 13:41 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Wednesday, 26 August 2015 PPE On small Jobs Health and safety is something that many people roll their eyes at. I've worked on many large jobs where it's rammed down your throat to the point your sick of hearing about it, I remember once that we got marked down on a site because a roofer, who was on a roof, wasn't wearing his hard hat! But on small private jobs, my bread and butter now, there is no one there to remind you what to do and it can be easy to be a little complaisant about it all. I know a few builders who frequently say they're deaf anyway so why does it matter, one man I know is only a year older than me and he now wears a hearing aid full time. I'm sure that had he been a little more proactive about his hearing protection he could have saved his ears instead of having to wear a hearing aid for the rest of his life. I'm determined to be better about it and use ear plugs, goggle and dust protection more and be better organised about it. Anyone else trying to be better in their use of PPE? Posted by Kev Alviti at 06:00 2 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: health and safet, PPE Sunday, 9 August 2015 Battening Out Worked at my brothers on Friday. We battened out his two external walls so they could be insulated and then plaster boarded. Rather than just fixing them to the wall we levelled them up as well to make a much better job of it. although this takes a lot longer it's worth it in the long run. All the battens have plastic behind them to prevent any damp tracking through the wall. My brother now needs to run the pipes to the right places and new wiring run for the sockets before insulating it with 1 inch Kingspan. I'll then come back and give him a hand plaster boarding it ready for the plasterer next month. Posted by Kev Alviti at 14:00 4 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: battening, battening out a wall., Studding Tuesday, 4 August 2015 Oak Sleeper Steps Last week I installed the steps on some landscaping that a customer was doing in his garden. They'd already started the walls and the sides but were struggling to work out the treads and how to put them in. I had to alter the sides a little bit on the first day, then I stated cutting the green oak sleepers to size to make the steps. Each sat in a 4x2 bracket I screwed to the sides. The idea being that that is just temporary until they get some hardcore packed under each step and then slabs to make the treads on top. I've never built steps like this before but it was what the customer wanted. Heavy work, at the bottom of a steep garden but still quite enjoyable in between the rain showers. Posted by Kev Alviti at 14:47 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: garden, oak, sleepers, steps Tuesday, 21 July 2015 Stud Work At An Office Refit I've been doing lot's of stud work at a office conversion I've been working on during the weekends. I've put some big walls up, around 12m long and 3m high. I do love doing a job like this, a nice big area to work in, plenty of timber and lots to get my teeth into. Lots more work from this job to come! Posted by Kev Alviti at 14:45 4 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: stud work, Studding Older Posts Home Subscribe to: Posts (Atom) About Me Kev Alviti I'm trying to live as Self sufficiently and contained as possible. From growing our own food, raising some of our own meat and earning a living from my hands. I work as a carpenter and I'm passionate about woodwork, traditional crafts and trying to learn as much as I can about them through doing. I strongly believe in family and family values and I love a more traditional way of life. View my complete profile Followers Subscribe To This Blog Posts Atom Posts All Comments Atom All Comments Blog Archive ▼ 2016 (5) ▼ July (1) A Pair Of Doors ? April (1) ? February (2) ? January (1) ? 2015 (20) ? December (1) ? November (3) ? October (1) ? September (1) ? August (3) ? July (2) ? May (1) ? April (2) ? March (1) ? February (1) ? January (4) ? 2014 (31) ? December (1) ? November (3) ? 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November (10) My Blog List An English Homestead Eden Channel Four - Episode Two 9 hours ago Gorges' Grouse A Memory From WAY Back! 12 hours ago lostartpress.wordpress.com/ Roman Legs: Four or Eight? 17 hours ago Olly's Small Workshop SWCP: Poldhu to Kynance Cove 1 day ago Bridges To The Future Repairs and more fix'n 3 days ago Talk From The Timber Cherry chair 3 days ago the lazy farmer It ain't the same speech, it was the same speechwriter! Navin R. Johnson wrote both speeches... 1 week ago Clavos y Aserrin Kitchen Progress 1 week ago Mulesaw Jones F. Devlin Award 1 week ago The Penultimate Woodshop 6 years 2 weeks ago Sean Hellman Forget your saws use an axe instead 5 weeks ago Musings from Big Pink Success 2 months ago An Acre in Hampshire Workshop Progress 3 months ago The Joiner's Apprentice Keepalive 6 months ago A Hippo On the Lawn Double Gosh and a Jolly Good Dollop of Golly! 1 year ago David Alviti - Tree Services and Rustic Creations Pollarding 1 year ago Emma Alviti Textiles Linocut Christmas cards 1 year ago Musings from the Workbench Decade 1 year ago Half-Inch Shy Review of Two WoodRiver Vises: Pattern Makers' and Gunstock 1 year ago Beer 'n Lathing The new stoop review 2 years ago Johnny Taylor Update. 2 years ago Popular Posts Fitting A Loft Hatch The advantage of being self employed this morning w?as when I looked outside and saw six inches of snow I decided not to go to work, the di... Fitting Skirting To A Curved Wall I always like doing the out of the ordinary jobs on site. I like it even more when other trades have to ask you how you did it! A relativ... Building A Stud Wall Step By Step Here's a step by step guide of how I installed a stud wall for a customer yesterday. This is going to make a large walk-in wardrobe wit... Making Stairs My blog post about replacing the handrail last week made me think about the first flight of stairs I made back in 2006 with a good friend/m... Oak Stair Gate I fitted this oak stair gate for a customer a few weeks ago to stop their dogs from going upstairs. I was really pleased with ho... Making Single Glazed Windows Into Double I'll be honest - this wasn't a job I was looking forward to! The customer wanted the 5 windows on the exposed face of his property... Tetris Style Shelves Sorry I've not posted on this blog for a few weeks ( I've been busy having more children !) So it's meant I've slowed dow... Old Wooden Water Pump Hole bored right through the beam by hand I was going to put these pictures on and ask people to guess what they were but I was so impr... Cut Roof On A Porch In the UK we describe a cut roof as one you build from scratch, not using preformed trusses. These tend to be the roofs I end up doing and ... A Pair Of Doors I recently made and hung a pair of doors for some customers who live in the village. The door was built to their proportions and given a... Translate All words and pictures copyright Kevin Alviti 2012. Simple template. Powered by Blogger.

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