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FITTS

Fitts StairpartsAdd pizazz to your project with Fitts Wrought Iron balusters. Bring the touch of European tradition of style and elegance to your project. The line of stair parts manufactured by Fitts enhances their attention to detail. The graceful well designed profiles and consistent, on-center, true turnings are the highest quality available on the market.

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INDITALĀ® USA

Fitts StairpartsIndital USA is the world-wide leader in manufacturing of wrought iron components. Created by hand, Indital's modern production techniques and large inventory levels make it ideal for any project regardless of size or budget. Cooper Stairworks is pleased to offer
Indital Inox & Steelknox Galvanized Steel Railing Systems and a large array of Coated Powder Balusters and Accessories.

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CUSTOM IRON

Custom Iron provides metal products ranging from spiral, curved or incline stairs, custom railing and balusters, and unique metal panels that are easy to install and addthe sizzle to your home that neighbors and customers will talk about. They work in a variety of metals such as iron, steel and aluminum with accents in copper and brass. Each of their designs can be combined with wood treads and handrails to provide a distinctive look.

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EUREKA FORGE

The artists and architectural blacksmiths at Eureka Forge have made the company one of North America's foremost producers of custom architectural metalwork. The Forge's team enjoys an international reputation, and are engaged in projects ranging from the creation of intricate door locking mechanisms to sweeping staircases of bronze and iron. They have been recognized by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for their interior and exterior ironwork.

The Forge's unique approach is illustrated by a look into the main workshop, where a century-old belt-driven Bradley Power Hammer "rescued" from a museum stands next to a 150-ton hydraulic forging press designed and built in the shop. Both are regularly used to fashion objects developed with state of the art computer-aided drafting programs. Drawing upon techniques and ideas from both past and present, Eureka Forge awaits the challenges of the future.

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