The concave verandah or ‘eyelash’ verandah is a traditional verandah style used in Adelaide’s 19th century homes. Adelaide councils are particular about the detail for these classic verandah styles, so it’s best to use traditional style experts like Traditional Verandahs & Carports to ensure your project goes ahead smoothly, and the desired results are achieved. Constructing a concave verandah requires attention to detail from start to finish. With over 30 years of experience, our knowledge and skills are fine tuned to ensure you get the best quality verandah installation possible.
All of our verandahs are individually designed, and only the highest quality materials are used for better protection, durability, and an overall clean finish. Cutting corners leads to average results, but we believe that when it comes to your home, average doesn’t cut it.
If you want a verandah or carport that is guaranteed to pass your council inspection and give you the street appeal you’ve always dreamed of, get in touch with us at Traditional Verandahs & Carports. Our clients are surprised by how cost-effective a concave verandah installation can be, and certainly surprised with how much it transforms the look of their home.This ensures that your verandah installation will be as close to perfect as possible. Cutting corners wont save you from the council inspection or poor looking verandah so don’t succumb to the second best – let traditional verandahs & carports transform your home to achieve that street appeal you have always wanted.
The minor details can make or break a design. We assist you in making roof and guttering colour choices which meet your style preferences and the overall scheme of your home. Since we value your input, if you approach us with a plan already in mind, we’ll turn your expectations into reality.
We can install gutters of all shapes, styles and profiles to meet functionality standards and style preference. Our designs are tailored to both the Australian climate and other external factors which may disrupt gutter performance or water quality in your home.
Your home addition should reflect quality and elegance, so we continuously update our knowledge of colour trends and timber post profiles to deliver you a traditional, or contemporary home relevant to your taste. Whether you prefer natural aesthetic or a clean and bold finish, we’ll run you through all the possible alternatives to fit your dream home.
For those who like the look of something a little grandeur, lacework adds a beautiful, old-fashion touch to your home. To successfully add lace work to your exterior, you need a reliable team who possess skill, knowledge, and heedful hands. As traditional experts, we can install any kind of lacework panels with a guaranteed quality finish.
In compliance with our customer satisfaction policy, we use tools and materials that are under warranty to ensure longevity. This includes products from Fielders, DesignPine and Colorbond.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our work, so to stay true to our word, we offer a 5-year warranty on our workmanship. If you happen to come across any issues with the final product, we’ll come out and inspect the problem and address it as soon as possible.
Fielders offer our customers the platinum warranty on their products, which extends over 25 years. All of our products resourced from Fielders are designed to withstand the conditions of the Australian climate and promise overall durability.
We use DesignPine H3 timber treatment to protect our timber from fungal decay and insect corrosion. If the timber has deteriorated as result of these factors, the client is entitled to a full replacement or reimbursement within the 25-year warranty period. If the claim is made within a 10-year period, both product replacements and labour costs are covered.
BlueScope Steel guarantee that the exterior paint system of Colorbond steel is not subject to peeling or flaking within 12 years of the date of installation. However, in the case that this occurs, the warranty will cover the lowest price of either:
a) the cost of replacing the product;
b) the cost of obtaining equivalent product; or
c) the cost of having the project repaired.