Timber brings depth, contrast and a touch of nature inside a home. Two years ago our client’s American Oak tree, which they had planted in their Kingston backyard in the 1970s, needed to be felled. We suggested we have it cut and dried for use in their new home. ... read more →
Lifetime Homes is proud to sponsor the Lifetime Achievement Award for the Tasmanian Disability Festival Awards. Know someone who has contributed in the disability community? Nominate them now at www.tasmaniandisabilityfestival.com.au/gala-dinner-awards.
One of our clients had natural timber cladding as part of her design brief. We carefully installed the Silver Top Ash boards so the grain continued through the 'hidden' garage door which we think looks pretty amazing! Click on the heading to see the garage door open.
Lifetime Homes Apprentice, Mitch Gregory, won the Lance Barnard Memorial Award at the Tasmanian Training Awards, 6 Sept 2019. Not only was he a finalist for Apprentice of the Year, but he took out this prestigious annual award, which has been presented for 21 years, and recognises “those who achieved... read more →
Lifetime Homes believes that people with a disability have great ability. While building our Lifetime SmartHome we wanted to support people with a disability and visited the Clarence Integrated Care Centre art class which was originally established for people with an acquired brain injury and those recovering from a stroke. We... read more →
Hi Cam, Congratulations on buying the Lifetime SmartHome. We'd like to firstly know what's your favourite feature? “Thanks Sharon, I guess my favourite feature would be the overall ambience, the comfortable feeling of the home. I can really feel at home here. It’s also comfortable and warm with all the sunshine.” What made... read more →