Benefits of using stainless steel

Stainless steel offers a different look to the more traditional wrought iron and has its own benefits despite it being more expensive.

The expense is in part due to the cost of the materials but also because it requires a specialist welder and fitter.  Its benefits, including less maintenance, also justify the extra cost.

Here is an infographic about stainless steel including the benefits

For all our installations we use marine grade 316 stainless steel due to its superior quality, better protection from the elements and longevity.  We use it for making into a number of products including handrails, balconies, balustrades, patio rails and even gates.  Here are some examples

Stainless steel handrail  Stainless steel balcony

Stainless steel and glass patio rails and balustrade  Stainless steel gates

So as you can see stainless steel gives a very different look.  More modern, clean lines than traditional wrought iron.  Often this is the look people want for their modern homes. This is particularly useful when used in the garden as you can really enhance the view with stainless steel and glass patio rails that do not block anything from sight.

With a specialist stainless steel engineer and fitting team we can work stainless steel in a number of ways to provide something quite different.

Stainless steel handrail

Whether you are a homeowner, landlord or commercial property owner we could help you with your requirements in stainless steel.  Call us now for a free site visit or a no obligation quotation on 0161 303 7383

Karen

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3 Responses to Benefits of using stainless steel

  1. My husband wants to build a gate to our backyard, and he’s trying to decide what type of metal to purchase for the project. I like how you point out that stainless steel gives a very different look and makes more modern, clean lines than wrought iron. I think he’ll really like the idea of using stainless steel to get his project done.

  2. Alan Lomax says:

    I am considering extending my patio area to approximately 4 by 4.5 metres with one 4.5 metre length bordered with stainless steel/glass balustrading. Ideally I would like a company complete the whole project, or can you recommend any company who you could cooperate with to complete the job. I am considering wooden decking to cover the area.

    • Karen Sykes says:

      Hello Alan and thanks for your comment
      We work with a number of local, fellow tradesmen and can certainly recommend someone to sort the patio extension and decking for you
      If you are interested in obtaining a free, no obligation quotation please call us on 0161 303 7383
      Thanks

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