The second storey is up in a flash

Progress Update Nine It's week 10 here on "The Block" and it's been all systems GO for our builder and tradies. The steel frame has continued to progress at a Usain Bolt pace and today we're currenty peering into the soon-to-be residential home above the vet hospital.

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Progress Update Nine

It’s week 10 here on “The Block” and it’s been all systems GO for our builder and tradies. The steel frame has continued to progress at a Usain Bolt pace and today we’re currenty peering into the soon-to-be residential home above the vet hospital.

The site has experienced more earthworks and excavation out back to create Lisa’s green thumb garden and drainage area. It’s also seen several more smaller block retaining walls errected to the outdoor area. Plus the pool professionals have been in to clean, scrub, fix and polish the existing pool.

Steel panels are being swung from trucks to various locations around the yard. Luke the builder and his team have been busy laying the joists and ply timber flooring for the second storey premises. He’s currently also fixing the trusses for the bottom storey with all the major walls now stood.

We think it’s safe to say it’s looking like a house now and can’t wait to welcome you all on our opening day in the New Year.

P.S Can you spot Chelsea onsite today?

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In line with the recent Government Regulations regarding the lockdown, Windaroo Animal Hospital has modified some processes. As an Essential Service we can remain open and continue to provide all our services while keeping pet owners and team members as safe as possible.

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In line with the recent Government Regulations regarding the lockdown, Windaroo Animal Hospital has modified some processes. As an Essential Service we can remain open and continue to provide all our services while keeping pet owners and team members as safe as possible. Please click below for a full update.