** Yes!! We will be at the Spring Home Show at Toowoomba Showgrounds. Come visit us from 23rd to the 25th of October **
TJS Building Group: June 2015
The first half of June has already been a busy one for TJS Building Group. With so many jobs on the go at the one time (across Queensland, the Northern territory and two down in New South Wales), our computers are nearly full of progress photos of jobs we are still working on, and jobs that we have just finished. After recently receiving progress photos from an excited client, we have decided that the best thing to do with all these photos is to share them.
Our first lot of progress photos to be shared for June are of a recently started job in Goombungee, just outside of Toowoomba.
TJS Building Group: February 2015
We do a Bathroom and combined Laundry Renovation…Because the owners didn’t want to extend the original dwelling, our design team had to find a creative solution when renovating the laundry and bathroom areas to create combined laundry and main bathroom plus a separate ensuite area. Using antique elements, we’ve helped create a sophisticated modern interpretation that would work well for similar renovation projects or new home designs. Complete with a beautiful claw foot bath and antique wash stand plus stunning Detroit Graphite tiles on both the floor and walls, this bathroom is just gorgeous.
Ever wondered how we transport a fully built house on a truck to its destination? Split it right down the middle of course!
Last month at TJS Building Group:
Two transportable homes are being constructed ready to be shipped out to Roma. Drive past the office on the corner of Alderley and Greenwattle Street in Toowoomba to see the progress. –> The Transportable Homes are now fully constructed and are waiting to be transported to Roma in the next week… Watch this space to see photos of the move.
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