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Coryong is a 1917 weatherboard cottage located in a heritage conservation zone. Against the Grain manufactured windows and entry doors for the restoration and extension of the home. All feature energy efficient double glazing.


The style, profiles and mouldings of the cottage’s original windows and external doors were meticulously matched. This included the entrance door, double-hung windows with Colonial bars, and double gunstock stile entry doors with hinged transoms above. Our team crafted each replacement unit from New Guinea rosewood using traditional techniques including putty glaze. 


The use of fanlights in the heritage cottage was continued in the new extension at the rear of the property. Here French doors with sash sidelights, fixed and awning windows all provide abundant natural light and connect to the courtyard and garden.


Hardware from TradCo and Iver used throughout. Construction by Against the Grain Building & Renovating.

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