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Forging Matters Ltd

About Us

Designers and manufacturers of bespoke architectural and sculptural metalwork, specialising in Flowing Staircase Balustrades. The business is built on over 20 years of craftsmanship experience in blacksmithing, fabrication and specialist finishes and combines this with the scale to turn round larger commissions in a reasonable time frame. From initial design concept to final installation you will be in direct contact with the owner and director to ensure that you receive the highest level of service and the full benefits of this experience.

Services Provided

Entrance Design, Railing Installation, Railing Repair, Staircase Design, Staircase Installation, Staircase Repair, Bespoke Metalwork, Gates, Garden Pergolas, Metal Doors, Metalwork Restoration

Areas Served

Ringwood, London, Winchester, Bristol, Southampton, Basingstoke, Bournemouth, Poole, Portsmouth, Brighton, Guildford, Chelsea, Kensington, Westminster, Camden, Hampstead, Shoreditch, Clapham, Balham, Wimbledon, Battersea, Chiswick, Pimlico, Notting Hill, St John's Wood

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19 Projects

Kensington, London, Greater London

Bespoke forged staircase balustrades, powder coated mild steel with a timber han

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Contact Forging Matters Ltd
Forging Matters Ltd
Somerley
Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 3PW
United Kingdom
Typical Job Cost £5,000 - £100,000
Residential staircase balustrades start from £500 per meter plus survey and installation. You will want to budget £1000 per meter upwards for some of the fancier designs shown, we will always work with you to make the most of your available budget.
United Kingdom
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