He popped up at The Oslo with his look-alike son, Jye, working on the build for Keith through his Warragul Sheetmetal company...
Jye who was just 14 when his Mum and Dad first appeared on the show...now check him out! He’s working with his dad, sheet metal-ing up a storm!
Well, well, well - lookie here! Who’s this we spy working as a contractor on this year’s build? Yep, it’s none other than Rod Walsh, who appeared on the very first Melbourne series of The Block back in 2011, with wife Tania.
We bloody LOVE these guys, and were stoked when Rod and his son Jye were available to help make the Juliet balconies and balcony dividers for The Oslo.
Tania and Rod back in 2011 where they won $72k after selling their Richmond house for $922,000.
When Rod and Tania first appeared on the show, their son Jye was just 14...now check him out! He’s working with his dad, sheet metal-ing up a storm! And can we just say - he’s a DEAD RINGER for his old man!
These guys have been kept busy since their stint on The Block (where they took home a tidy $72k profit after selling their Richmond house for $922,000), working on a number of properties across Victoria.
Warragul Sheetmetal made all the handrails and balconies at The Gatwick.
But they’ve always had time to help us out too - they made all the handrails and balconies at The Gatwick, as well as taking time out to help Bianca and Carla create table legs for their amazing outdoor table and one seriously GORGEOUS shower frame for their challenge bathroom.
They also created custom fabricated handrails for Alisa and Lysandra’s gorgeous Albert Park renovation project.
Come back soon, OK Rod?
Alisa and Lysandra completed an overhaul of an 1890 Victorian terrace in Albert Park, Victoria, which they have documented for their own online series, The Design Duo. The stunning handrail is by Warragul Sheetmetal. (Photography: Lisa Cohen)
For more details on Rod's business check out Warragal Sheetmetal
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