This customer, with a house in the Boise foothills, came to us wanting a handrail to match their door hardware and knocker which was solid brass and had a well aged natural patina finish. We fabricated this hand railing out of solid brass and finished it with a nice lambs tongue on the end. The customers wanted the hand railing to look like it had been there for many years so we aged the brass with patina to give it a weathered look.
Here is a quick peak at an aluminum and copper coffee table we built. Legs were CNC machined out of aluminum in a double helix pattern. The top was fabricated out of copper and copper medallions were placed around the edges to bring the copper and aluminum together. We have some work to do on cleaning up some of the photos but we will be selling this on our furniture website FurnitureLegsUSA.com. If you are interested in a table like this one or any other style let us know we love doing custom work!
We had a customer come to us with a picture of a railing out of a magazine that he wanted to replicate in his Ketchum, Idaho home. We were able to replicate the design for the customer and include the curve to match the layout of the room. The customer then had his contractor install the wood around it to finish it off. The finish carpentry was absolutely amazing and accented our steel work perfectly.
This was a nice little privacy fence and gate we did the metal work for. The posts were all fabricated out of aluminum and powder coated black. We built custom hinges on our CNC mill to allow the gate to open in or out. The fence was finished off with a aesthetically pleasing stainless steel cap.
We designed and fabricated this latch and hinge set-up to allow these gates to open either in or out. We also wanted to keep the gap between the posts consistent with all the other support post on the railing. These gates worked extremely well and are very easy to open and close. Click on the video to see them in action.
This customer had a piece of left over granite from a tub surround cut out from their newly built house in Sun Valley. They wanted some outdoor tables for the deck that were not too heavy and that wouldn't need maintenance. We had the granite cut into 20" x 20" squares and built aluminum frames for the granite and installed our stainless steel hairpin legs on the frames. Our furniture legs including these stainless steel hairpin legs are always available at our furniture website FurnitureLegsUSA.com
We built these pump covers to replace some heavy wood covers that were rotting out and in disrepair. The covers have an aluminum frame that is tapered to allow the water to run off and covered in metal roofing material. We set up gas struts on the covers which will open the covers with just a slight lift to get them started and keep them open to allow the pond filters to be cleaned. This house has one of the most amazing view I have seen in Boise, it is always fun to do installations in locations like these!
We fabricated two sets of aluminum door frames to provide security and easy access to these storage rooms. The owners wanted the doors to blend in with rest of the exterior so the builder had us build them to be flush to the framing and strong enough for the siding to be installed on the doors.
This was the start of a very fun project for us. The deck was over 1800 sq ft in size and we were contracted to supply these posts, all the railing around it and an awning. To begin we fabricated the steel posts to be used in the base of this absolutely amazing deck! We built twenty post for this deck and none of them were the same. Watch for other posts related to this deck.