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Our Projects

At Sustainable Tradies we understand what it takes to make your home design ideas reality and we offer a number of services required when undertaking a home renovation project. We use traditional and modern sustainable building practices to bring back to life your home whilst retaining its particular character. Renovating a home takes patience, willingness, trust, skills and lots of experience and each project will bring their own challenges therefore it is important to have a solid team on your side

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Fremantle - Beach home improvement  

Another outstanding renovation work by Sustainable Tradies working in collaboration with home owners as usual.


Features of this work: 

- Repurposed and restored second hand wooden doors 

- Repurposed hardwood roof timber from demolitions 

- Polished/sanded wooden floors and oiled with natural products. 

- Restored window frames 

- Socially sustainable: Clients paying directly for labour and materials only without the usual hidden profits & margins that bigger companies include in every single item

The Eco Box Studio

The eco box studio was built with almost everything repurposed or recycled ! The beauty is in the simplicity ! A great example of reusing materials.​

Sustainability features of this work:​​

- Floor joists: repurposed from demolition hardwood roof timber.

- Second hand jarrah windows

- Shower screen 10mm turned into a window with repurposed timber

- Second hand French doors

- Second hand jarrah/glass door

- Stud frames: repurposed from demolition hardwood roof timber.

- Outdoor cladding: repurposed old shed roof sheets, hardiflex and weatherboards offcuts from building sites, pavers

- Insulation: earth wool (left overs from other jobs)

- Architraves and skirting: repurposed decking boards.

- low embodied energy materials

- limestone garden edge/walls

Butcher shop into a Wellness centre

Transforming a Butcher shop into a Chiropractic Clinic !!

Features of this project:

- Designed as simple as possible by us the people building it, taking into account the size of materials at all times reducing building waste considerably

- Economically sustainable: Working in collaboration with owners where they pay for labour and materials only, without the usual hidden profits & margins that bigger companies include in every single item, making transparency and honesty a safe environment for workers, which is reflected in the finished product and reduces the overall project cost significantly.

- Existing ceiling and floor tiles kept to reduce cost and general building waste. 

- Transforming an old shop in stead of building a new one.

Tiny House - Shed Transformation

Some of the main features of this Tiny house project are:

- 3 x restored 100 year old sash windows


- Custom made Recycled jarrah benchtops

- Restored second hand French doors

- Handmade stain glass window

- Architraves with repurposed second hand hardwood timber

- Benches and cabinets structures with repurposed second hand hardwood timber

- All cabinets doors with

recycled/salvaged second hand jarrah floorboards

Low Embodied Energy Materials

Another great example on how to reuse materials !!

- Most of the limestone came from the same site

- Rubble walls (concrete, rock, pavers)

- Recycled bricks for paving

- Deck joists: repurposed salvaged hardwood roof timber

- Decking boards: Repurposed second hand Wandoo floorboards

Landscaping with Bene Big Jobs

Another great outcome:

- Garden beds

- Compost beds

- Chicken house

Ensuite - Garage conversion

Working in collaboration with home owners where the pay for the time of work and materials only without any hidden cost.

Create your dream home.
Tell us about your project today.

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