Jerry Cardullo Iron Works Inc
Fixture and Structural Manufacturer
About Jerry Cardullo Iron Works Inc
Founded in 1977, Jerry Cardullo Iron Works, Inc., has manufactured and installed structural steel for a number of highly visible buildings across the tri-state area. Its diverse clientele includes many well-known retail locations, among them Walgreens, TD Bank, and Raymour & Flanigan Furniture. Regardless of the size of the job, the company and its staff of 12 bring a dedication to quality and an in-depth knowledge of metalworking techniques.
Jerry Cardullo Iron Works, Inc., works with a wide variety of metals, including aluminum, iron, and steel. In addition to manufacturing steel and installing frameworks for new construction, the company creates ornamental fixtures for residential homes. Applying the same sense of craftsmanship as in its larger, commercial projects, the company creates stairs, trellises, railings, balconies, and other structures that reflect its dedication to quality. Its project portfolio splits evenly between new building construction and fixture creation. Fully bonded, insured, and licensed, the company strives for total customer satisfaction with each project.
Powder-Coated Iron Fixtures for Outdoor Use
For many years, Jerry Cardullo Iron Works, Inc., has worked with customers who are looking for custom-made decorative iron features to add a distinctive and unique touch to their homes and properties. When creating custom pieces, Jerry Cardullo Iron Works strives to create a family heirloom that will last for generations of use. In addition to indoor balconies and railings, the company also creates outdoor pieces, such as gates and trellises.
When purchasing a wrought-iron fixture that will be used in an outdoor setting, it is important to make sure that the fixture’s finish will be able to withstand the elements. One way to do this is by powder coating it. This process allows a railing, gate, or other iron fixture to become resistant to rust and the effect of moisture.
In order to powder coat an iron piece, a worker will apply an electrical current to the metal so that it is charged. Then, a powder-coating mixture that typically contains resin and coloring agents is applied evenly to the piece. The electrical charge allows the mixture to stick, and the heat fuses the coating to the material so that the object is strong and resistant to the elements.