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Recent Custom Metal Work Projects - Related to "powder coated"

Check out some of our recent custom metal fabrication around the Chicagoland area – from railings to stairs and much more! We developed this section as an inspiration board for new clients.

Powder coated wrought iron railing for a vintage home in Evanston
Every house has character, and this vintage home in Evanston, Illinois had it in spades! The design of the entryway and the surrounding area gave us a remarkable opportunity to build something long lasting and just as iconic!
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Perforated powder coated metal exterior steps for outdoor pool area in Barrington
When summer rolls around what better place to hang out than the pool? It’s great to take a break from a hot day and take a dip in the cool water, splash around, maybe swim some laps.
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Exterior railing for a balcony & outdoor space in Wicker Park
We recently had a client reach out to us that was completely remodeling her families entire home - from the inside out and we were given the opportunity to work with her. The massive beautiful home is located in Bucktown / Wicker Park area and we were asked to potentially work on creating custom balcony railing, fencing and garden railing.
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Modern Custom Powder Coated Railings & Juliet Balconies in Lake Forest
Creativity can take many forms and often it is a real pleasure to make our designs work on different styles of building. On this town home in Lake Forest, we were tasked with creating porch railings, standard balcony railings, and Juliet balcony railings.
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Aluminum Powder Coated Awning in Chicago
We had a client in the Lakeview area of Chicago reach out to us as he was having a problem with the fact that he needed an awning but he wanted something modern that made sense with the design of his home. He had some ideas but he wanted it to be maintenance free and be part functional and part art.
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