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Carpenter to make/fit hydronic heater panel covers

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South Yarra, Victoria, Australia

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Saturday, 16th Sep 2017
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Good carpenter wanted to make and fit covers for 2 x hydronic heater panels. Probably wooden frame fastened to wall with mesh or similar cover over frame to allow heat to radiate / circulate into room from heater panels. Typical dimensions 150 mm deep x 1250 wide x 850 mm high but each different. On site visit required to finalise design and total cost. Picture of heater panel and example cover attached.
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Hi Nicholos, my offer includes all materials, labour and air tasker fee of 15% to make 01 cover with single panel and aviary mesh - 12mm x 12mm aperture. Many thanks
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OK no worries. For the moment will make an offer with aviary mesh.
No worries, will offer for 01 to be built. Don you have rough measurements of the heater panel? However beforeb making I will make site visit to get actual measurements
Measurements of a panel are on the job description. We may need a more elegant looking mesh but can finalise on site.
Sorry for the typing errors of some words......
Do you want the timber frame painted in white?
Yes please. Construction might be something that could be cut out of MDF if that is more cost efffective? And something that sits over panel but which can be lifted away to operate controls. Also suggest you offer on one only as second one may now be dropped.
In regard to mesh, I would use aviary mesh with 12 'mm x 12 mm aperture.
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