Lovely ornamental balcony with scrolls and twisted bars in Cheltenham.
A recent job in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. Job required new metal spear top railings to replace the existing railings that were cut down in the second world war! (Back then there was a serious shortage on metal, and all was needed for the war effort!)
Customer wanted a matching design to a neighbour a few doors up from them, was a simple spear top design so wasn’t a problem.
Subsequently, as a result of this little job, the neighbour in between has now asked for the same speartop railings to be done on their property! (Await further posts! lol)
As well as the ornamental ironwork and welding I do for the railings side of the business. I’m also very competent at all sorts of industrial welding including any welding work required for cars, vans, lorries, boats etc. Also very proficient in cast iron welding as well.
If you need a bit of welding doing to get your vehicle through it’s MOT for example then please get in touch via the contact page.
This job consisted of very ornate, intricate styling to suit the decor of this fabulous wine cellar. All custom made, this customer was quite happy for me to come up with the designs and manufacture them as I saw fit. I think you’ll agree the results speak for themselves! Lovely job!
Another project recently completed is this one. My customer had an old cotswold stone stairway in the garden that desperately needed a bespoke handrail for safety reasons. To do this job was a challenge and that would be an understatement! Each corner had to be tailor-made, this handrail was a tricky one to design.
A recent example of a balcony that I designed and fabricated for a customer in the Gloucestershire area (Stroud to be precise!). Designed to my customers own specification it replaced an existing wooden balcony that had started to rot away. Finished in a green coloured powder coating to match the door frames and exterior woodwork.
I think you’ll agree that this metal balcony is a big improvement on any wooden balcony! 🙂