No worries about the lateness, I honestly forgot about it till I saw your new pics regarding the cottage fire pit and then remembered and to my surprise, you responded.
To answer your question, I have had a passion for metal work and was looking to take my interest and put it towards a career path. After reading up on your company and how your lead metal worker Brian obtained his certificate and Red Seal in Sheet Metal, I was inclined to try and get in contact with you to seek out any advice, information and anything helpful I can get. Unfortunately, not many Sheet Metal companies, even the Sheet Metal Union is willing to offer anything and to be honest, your the first company that has offered an honest reply.
So again, I want to thank you for your info, and any more advise you can offer would be greatly appreciated.
I have an older truck in need of 2 new running boards. If I bring one of them by, could you advise, give a quote.
Thank you ,
Hi Rolf, Absolutely we can have a look and quote this for you. We're really swamped right now, but we've done a lot of these and if we can fit it in for you we will.
A customer was interested in the 20" tapered planter in corten steel located here http://www.planterworx.com/products/tapered
However the intended use for this planter is as a fountain vessel. So I would have to seal up the pre-drilled drainage holes and also not sure about the gauge of the steel from a longer term corrosion concern.
Is this something that you'd be able to put together and if so what sort of timeline?
Troy, thanks for your inquiry. We make tapered Corten planters all the time, and don't need to add the drainage holes. For a fountain feature you may want to go a little thicker with the steel for added rigidity. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know your timeline. We'll be happy to provide you with a quote.
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