Please see our Project Guide for details.
No. Ball park prices are not offered because they are almost always inaccurate and often do not take important factors into account which would be caught during the normal estimating process.
Lead time depends on the size and complexity of the project and the backlog of work already underway. We generally quote the time frame expected for completion for any particular project at the time of the proposal. However because approvals are often lengthy and delay commencement for weeks or months, we reserve the right to redefine the project length at the time that all approvals are received. Often 4 to 6 weeks is common.
Yes, We offer design services on all of the products we fabricate. We do charge for this service and do not start drafting until a deposit has been received.
Bailey offers all of the traditional and contemporary finishes for ornamental metalwork. For example, we offer traditional finishes of wax and linseed oil on forged iron, patina finishes for ferrous and non-ferrous metals, as well as complex catalyzed paint and primer systems. Be aware that with ornamental metalwork, specialty finishes can sometimes cost as much as the fabrication of a product. If you do not have a finish specification for your work then we can offer one to suit the requirements of the installation.
Bailey Metal Fabricators never strives to be the low bidder, but we instead prefer to be the best bidder; bringing together the right balance of quality, service and experience to bring real value to our clients.
When specifications and details are clear, our bids are almost always equal to others. This is the reason you need to provide as much information as possible to each bidder, so you receive a fair and accurate “apples to apples” result.