Custom railings, welding and metalworking by Boston Railer
The Boston Railer makes iron, steel, stainless steel, aluminum and bronze railings in Boston, Somerville, Cambridge, Medford, Belmont, Arlington, Winchester, Melrose, Saugus, Lynn, Stoneham, Wakefield, Woburn, Reading, Peabody, Beverly, and all of the towns of the North Shore of Eastern Massachusetts.
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We have been creating beautiful custom wrought iron railings that are built to last since 1974. We also create custom pieces for whatever you need - we've created park benches, truck racks, playground equipment, staircases, balconies, brackets, custom shelving, foodservice fixtures, and do all kinds of repair work.
Why choose to work with Boston Railer?
Our railings last longer because we pay close attention to the details - we use seal welding techniques, to ensure that water doesn't get trapped inside the work (which leads to rust), and we make sure that every piece of the railing is properly supported. Unlike some of our competitors, we only use solid stock for our wrought iron railings, rather than cheaper hollow materials.
We take extra measures to make sure all of our work will last, whether it means hot-dipped galvanizing, pitching surfaces for proper drainage, or using oil-free cutting methods during fabrication to ensure that your paint finish will adhere completely and not chip off.
When it comes to finishing our welds, we carefully grind the weld profiles smooth and remove all spatter so that the pieces are straight and true to form.
Architects and engineers find us very easy to work with to make sure the results meet their exacting specifications - if you don't already have an architect or engineer, we are happy to recommend our local favorites.
We always welcome a good challenge! Whether you know exactly what you want or would like to draw from our experience to help guide you to a solution, we enjoy solving difficult problems.
Our customers continue to praise us for our quick response and skillful installation of our work.
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