Why choose CSM to create your bespoke sheet metal fabrications?
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Are you interested in sheet metal products? Perhaps you’re in the industrial, retail, commercial, leisure or domestic sector and are looking for a bespoke sheet metal fabrication? If you are, then you’ve come to the right place. Customised Sheet Metal have been crafting bespoke sheet metal fabrications since 1992, so we really know a thing or two about metalwork. Keep reading to find out why you should choose CSM for your next project…
What do we do?
At CSM, using sheet metal fabrication, we create a variety of products for a huge range of uses – and no job is too big or too small. Using our range of industry leading machinery, our experienced and knowledgeable team work with thin, flat pieces of sheet metal to bring your vision to life. Whether you need something architectural like a bar top or wall display, or something more practical such as a trolley or metal bracket, we’ve got the skills and expertise to create a product that is aesthetically pleasing, long lasting and fit for purpose.
Understanding your requirements
To ensure that you receive the perfect product, we take the time to discuss and fully understand your requirements. Once we’ve discussed your specifications, we used computer aided design applications to adapt your plan into a technical drawings ready for production, creating a 3D simulation of your work so you can see for yourself how the final construction will come together. When you’re happy with the design, our engineers will bring your vision to life, completing the work on time and within your budget.
Every team member strives to create individual products that are beautifully and perfectly suited to your purpose.
Something that sets us aside from other providers is our continual approach to learn and develop as a business. We strive for innovation, and welcome changes that will help improve the quality of our work and the service we offer our customers. Our consultation process is a prime example of our innovative approach, ensuring that we work with our customers to achieve the best possible outcome.
We work with a variety of businesses, both big and small
We don’t only work with the big names – we love working on individual and independent projects too. In our 27 years in business, we’ve worked with a variety of businesses, including Amazon, CADW, Skygarden, Nando’s, The Welsh Government, Topman, Bristol Airport and 3M, as well as smaller and local businesses. Have a look through our case studies to see the work that we’ve done.
We’re proud to hold both specialist industry UKAS Quality Management System ISO 9001:2015 and CHAS Accreditations. This means that we provide our customers with top quality metalwork, so you can rest assured that the final product will stand the test of time.
Our variety of metals
Perhaps you’re wondering what the best metal will be for your specific project? Well, we can help. We have the expertise and equipment to work with a range of metals, and are happy to advise you on what metal would be best for your specific project.
Here are some of the metals we work with on a regular basis:
Aluminium: most commonly used for precision tubing in motor vehicles, refrigerators, air conditioning, solar panels and power lines. In construction, for everything from bridges and ladders to railings and doors.
Pewter: pewter sheet metal is an alloy which we love working with. it’s becoming more and more popular and affordable for architectural projects.
Mild steel: a cost-effective and easily manufactured metal suited to steel frame buildings, machinery parts, pipelines and design and gates.
Stainless steel: the choice for projects needing a durable and strong metal such as bridges, monuments and airport roofs, air cars and aircraft.
Galvanised steel: this is zinc coated steel which stops corrosive substances from reaching the underlying steel or iron. This means that it’s well suited to balconies, building frames, fences, car bodies, safety barriers and street furniture.
Copper: copper is easily formed and welded and can be processed with a number of finishes i.e polished, brushed or with a patina. It is often chosen in the construction industry because it resists corrosion and conducts heat and electricity efficiently.
Talk to us about your ideas
However you choose for us to complete your project, you can be assured that Customised Sheet Metal will exceed your requirements within your budget. Our aim is to complete all of our sheet metal fabrication projects to the highest standard and ensure that our customers get a top-class product. Why not get in touch today to see how we can help you create the perfect sheet metal product.