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This page contains answers to common questions about our ironwork along with some tips and tricks that we have found useful and presented here as questions.

 

  1. How do I  take care of my ironwork once I get it?
  2. Where can I find pieces to match ?
  3. What if I have a design I want made into a railing?
  4. What is your lead time?

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How do I take care of my ironwork once I get it ?

Good question, if you have purchased a piece of ironwork for your home, the upkeep is minimal depending on where you live.   We usually spray all of our pieces with a satin finish polyurethane.  If you live an a very humid area, it would be a good idea to spray the piece about every six months.  If the area where you live is reasonably dry, once a year is sufficient.

For those of you who purchase our tomahawks, axes and knives.  These are not stainless steel and will rust if left out in the rain, snow, etc.  Use a wire brush or steel wool to get the rust off  and then oil the hawk, axe or knife.  Pretty easy, right?

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Where can I find pieces to match ?

Well, right here on our website.  If you have something special in mind for a piece you already have, give us a call at (970) 533-7093 or e-mail us with what you are looking for and we will design something special just for you.

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What if I  have a design I want made into a railing?

Send us a picture by regular mail or e-mail.  We will take a look and let you know if it can be done and if we have any suggestions for changes to make your railing more structurally sound and up to code.

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What is your lead time?

E-mail us at DeLaRonde Forge and we will let you know what the lead time is

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