About Us!

She Wolf Consulting – trading as Stewart’s Walls and Floors is based in Gauteng with over 20 years of experience in the varied fields of construction, specializing in cement based products on walls and floors. Stewart started his career as an architectural roofer, and then went on to floors and walls, 20 years ago. Some of the bigger projects Stewart has completed, teaming up with Global Theming on the Rotunga Junction Theme Park in Cape Town, where his teams were involved with the cement theme flooring. Whilst with Global Theming, Stewart travelled extensively abroad working on grand projects in Reunion, Mauritius and Middle East.

The next large cement flooring projects were Monte Casino, Gateway Shopping Complex, Ushaka Marine World and Simbithi Eco Estate. Stewart has worked with JT Ross and WBHO (who brought us the Moses Mabida stadium) as well as one of the biggest players in construction Stocks and Stocks.

Stewart has been ons of the leading applicator in South Africa for over 20 years and is highly regarded in the industry, for his attention to detail and quality results. He is also appreciated for his honesty and integrity.

Stewart  Walls and Floors boast an enviable satisfied client list and continue to offer a wide range of specialized services. The success of Stewart Wolfendale Walls and Floors is driven by the unparalleled commitment to the quality of its service, together with its innovative techniques which result in customer satisfaction upon completion of each and every project. While keeping our focus on quality we also maintain a standard of excellence in customer service. Many of our customers return to us for new projects and the majority of our business is referral based.

In addition to our regular projects, we sometimes get requests for something unique from time to time. These are typically a once only type project that meets a customer’s specific request or special needs. For us these are always a lot of fun as they typically require thinking outside of the box and allow us to get creative.