DODLA 2016 AGS Panel #7
Facilitator: If you walk into a brand new kitchen and they’ve spent some money on it, what are you going to see on the front of the Subzero or the Wolf range? Stainless steel, right? That’s what’s there because it has that wow factor. So when you’re looking at what do you want to do for the railings in your home, stainless steel is a great option and again, it’s very, very durable. That’s why it’s the most common material that’s found in kitchens.
The process of actually getting your custom railings designed and made is very, very simple. We take hand drawings and just get a piece of paper, draw a rough measurement and outline the project, take a picture of your phone and email it to us and because we’ve been doing this for almost 30 years, we can lay that whole project out. We will give you the estimate and once you say go, we will do the initial pad drawings.
So we will lay out your whole project. We build the whole thing on paper first and then we will send out this request for dimensions to your builder. Your builder will have someone on his team go out and verify the measurements that we’ve called out in those balloons. The builder will send that back to us and then we will create the final drawings.
We cut all of our stock material or post or top rail. That’s all done with our new laser machine to ensure precision. But all of our welding is done by hand. If you get an opportunity, come over to our booth. We’re just right one row over to 259 I think and look at our welds. You are not going to find anything else like that in the marketplace.
So you are welding by hand so that the skill of the craftsman can really show through.
- Related to:
- Benefits to using Prefabricated Ornamental Railings
- Stainless Steel
- WOW Factor