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Monday 26th November 2013 Restoration of the rear stair rails on an old ‘Victorian House’. Although the rail was in very bad condition we tried to keep as much of the original rail as possible. This not only recycled the old material, it helped maintain the look of the rails when they were first installed. Restoring old structures and buildings is not always an easy option, but it is always an achievement.  Tuesday 25th January 2014 Making an ornamental gate into a secure section of a property is always a sound investment. Choosing which colour to have, can take a lot of thought, and although white is very nice when its new, it does get dirty quickly.
Monday 10th February 2014 Vandals destroy parts of the ’Handrailing’ on the stairs at the rear of the ‘Ramada Hotel’ complex. The rails were broken apart and then thrown into the ‘Marine Lake’. The rails were made from 316 stainless steel and then powder coated, making them expensive to replace. Fortunately our sister company ‘ Steelkraft-Marine’ recovered the rails from the lake.        Friday 14th March 2014 We fabricate and repair many types of plant and machinery. This frame was constructed to house a new 75kw motor and gearbox. The new assembly is on its way to the USA as pert of an upgrade and retrofit drive section for a ‘Pirate Ship’ amusement ride. Tuesday 22nd April 2014 A small security gate, ‘Galvanised & Powder Coated’ with wooden panels on the back to help obscure the view through into the property.
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Monday 12th May 2014 Steelwork structure to each of the openings on this new nursing home in Ormskirk. These frames will be fitted with window frames and a cladding.
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Thursday 19th June 2014 The railings at this house were in very poor condition and the decorator who looks after them declared them scrap. We removed the railings and gates and sandblasted them clean. We then did some very minor repairs on the bottom feet, sent them for ‘Galvanising’ and then finally powder coated. The customer was delighted with the end result.
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 Monday 14th July 2014  Fire Escapes are a requirement in most public buildings and often need  replacing or upgrading. We recommend ‘Galvanising’ on all steelwork  that is to spend it’s life out in the elements. So this new Fire Escape has  been designed, fabricated and installed with a ‘Galvanised’ finish to  help protect it for many years to come.  
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