Non-profit organization, Mother’s Milk Bank, asked us to install a metal donation wall that would be used as a magnet board to showcase their donors. Maximum sheet size for most sheet metals is 4′ x 10′. Since this wall measured 5′ x 10′, we pieced two sheets together and cut-to-fit onsite to ensure a perfect fit. Known as “paint grip”, this type of metal is paint ready if desired. If left raw, visible scratches will be inevitable and white rust will develop when exposed to the elements, specifically water.
Mother’s Milk Bank is a non-profit organization that saves babies lives by providing prescribed, pasteurized donor human milk to hospitals and neonatal intensive care units. To find out more, or if you would like to donate or get involved, please visit https://www.milkbank.org
Working in collaboration with our customer, functionality and design really came together in this project. The 3’ x 3’ gate was built using 1-inch square tubing and left raw to match the existing fence design. A custom latch, along with two pin receivers and hinge pins were required for added strength and durability.
If you have a gate or fence that is need of repair or if you just need a whole new gate or fence, give us a call at 512.358.6869. We’d be glad to help!
Brushed stainless steel trim and filler were cut-to-fit onsite around this pre-installed pizza oven.
For more information on why stainless steel projects are more costly than steel, check out this article: Price of Galvanized Steel Vs. Stainless Steel, by Daniel Wallace
#pinthousepizza requested these 2×2 support brackets for added strength and stability of a pre-existing divider or “pony” wall. Since mild steel comes unfinished, black paint was applied for aesthetic purpose and to prevent rust over time.
Handcrafted specifically for the space, this project was designed using mild steel and poplar wood. Final cuts and fittings were made onsite during installation. A natural stain for the poplar wood desktop and shelving was chosen to contrast the deep brown of the metal framing.
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