Please see some of the projects our customers have been working on.
Scaffold unit for observatory
This needed to be narrow as it fits in my observatory but a scaffold plank was just a little bit too narrow so I added the box steel on the back and it matches the legs.
This racing mower has a 20mm box section frame underneath the body panels. It has to ride over ruts and bumps at up to 50mph.
A small shelf, designed to be a place to display household items.
The Start of Beryl restoration 1958 Bedford CA
This is our latest project. A 1958 Bedford CA dormobile. The steel purchased will be used for the door runners.
Loft balustrades using 16mm rebar
For an industrial look, and to compliment the wood and brick, I used 27 x 900mm rebars to create the look i was after.
Sealed with wax, the rust is preserved forever.
Bench Rear View
Garden bench with 20 degree back and 5 legs. Very stiff, so I think I chose the right size of tubing for this project. The wood is Sapele from the local wood yard, planed a bit, and with a few coats of Danish Oil.
The steel provided by you is to be used to build a full size version of this horse.
Tube-in-tube removable balustrade
Made from reclaimed scaffolding board, mild steel 40x40x5 legs
3 rods curved to hold cord netting. As advised by Gardner’s world. Looking forward to the Gooseberry jam!
Used to replace steels on our Gazebo
All welded and joined with tube bar for stability.
A lick of paint and it’s finished.
fitted on KL250
This is larger than the original rack.So great for my camping gear.