CUSTOM STAINLESS STEEL ROD RAILINGS
Aluminum railings are high quality materials that will maintain your rails looking new for years. Special powder coating paint is type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder to create a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint. This finish makes your rails have a similar texture and look as the paint on a car. Aluminum railings are maintenance free, and will avoid the hassle of repainting your rails year after year. Two Brothers Iron Works uses the highest quality grade of aluminum bars, pipes, balusters, and hand rails.
Custom forged iron panels are made at the shop to conform with your specified designs. Typically these railings are adapted with wood top hand railing, but can also be adapted with an aluminum, brass, stainless steel top handrail. All pieces are hand forged at the shop and will make the interior of your home one of a kind. We will help you with the entire process, from design to installation. Feel free to draw something or print something you may like and we will customize the design according to local codes in order to pass inspection.
Iron railings are your typical residential railings. They are most common among older homes and last a really long time. This is the most common choice when you are looking to just put a rail in your home. High quality materials are also used in fabrication and these railings are guaranteed to stay strong for years. These railings can be customized with ornamental designs and balusters. If you need to pass inspection or your home requires railings for insurance purposes, iron railings are a great choice.
Stainless steel railings are very popular in commercial and office settings. These rails are very elegant and provide a luxurious image to the site where they are installed. We only use the best stainless steel quality suppliers and construct all the rails on site. Stainless steel rails can be made in pipe railings, cable railings and custom interior and exterior deck railings. These railings can be installed on hard wood flooring as well as typical stone or cement.