Curved Driveway Gate, Maple Ridge, Portfolio #32
We recently completed a project that we’re really proud of – an automated curved driveway gate in Maple Ridge! This amazing gate was designed, fabricated and installed by our team, and it looks great. We’ve included a few photos of the driveway gate and its accompanying keypad entry system. Check them out and let us know what you think!
Pure Copper Railing v2.0, Portfolio #31
Copper is a beautiful and versatile material that we love to work with at our shop. Recently, we had the opportunity to create a large-scale project for a customer using only copper. The finished piece is a combination of a 1.9 inch diameter tube with a 3/16 inch wall thickness and solid 3/4 x 2 inch legs. The copper used in this project is oxygen free and typically used for large antenna’s because of its improved conductivity.
Custom Aluminum Cable Railing, Portfolio #30
Custom Aluminum Cable Railing, Portfolio #30.We recently completed a custom cable railing project from scratch. We used 2×3 aluminum for the posts, drilling out all the holes including the tricky angles. The top cap was 1×3, giving the railing a sleek look. To make the railing look like it was floating, we opted to not…
Mega Gate, Intercom and Liftmaster CSL-24, Abbotsford, Portfolio #29
This custom fence was constructed with an aluminum channel measuring 36 feet long and 8 feet tall in the center. The frame was constructed from 2×4 aluminum with a 3/16 wall thickness, which provided the necessary strength without making the frame too large. We used a plasma cutter to create a 3/4 inch passthrough for each picket. The design features two 45-degree wings, one with a fence panel, and the other with a man gate and a mechanical digital keypad. This gate also includes an intercom system, a LiftMaster CSL-24 chain drive commercial motor system with a photoeye and edge system, and an EMX Carsense rather than a traditional loop system.
Indoor Floating Stairs, Portfolio #28.
This is a set of stairs we built that had a U Shaped Tread path. In this case we used 3 landings to make it work.
Typically you would only need 2 landings, but this was done because of the placement of the final balcony vs the original starting point. This is because
Hidden in the walls are 2 posts per landing that are buried in there for support.
We used a 6×6 3/8 HSS tubing for the central stringer of this Mono stringer set of stairs. Each tread is 1/2 plate to fasten the treads and the landings.
The installation of a project like this typically takes about 100 hrs depending on site conditions. The total time required to build a job like this out is approximately 200-220 hours.
We can work with your space to make it your own.