Products

Boe Ornamental Iron offers iron and steel products for both residential and commercial customers. We are located in Lino Lakes, Minnesota. Since 1978, we have been serving Minneapolis, St. Paul, the Twin Cities suburbs and outlying areas of Minnesota.

Residential

At Boe Ornamental Iron, Inc. we meet your residential home needs ranging from wrought iron railings to custom curtain rods. Here are just a few of the items we fabricate and install:

  • Railings for stairs, steps, decks, porches and balconies (wrought iron picket, pipe or cable styles)
  • Exterior fencing and gates
  • Interior and exterior straight or spiral staircases
  • Specialty items (see below)
  • Structural steel beams and columns

Commercial

For your commercial building needs we are suppliers of full SECTION 5 building components. Here are just a few of the items we fabricate and install:

  • Railings (pipe, picket, hand, balcony, stair, deck, cable)
  • Wrought Iron fencing and gates
  • Steel stairs and spiral staircases (interior and exterior)
  • Bollards
  • Ships ladders
  • Structural steel
  • Steel joists and decks
  • Steel erection
  • Custom and specialized ornamental iron items
  • Crane and Boom Truck service
  • Mobile and On-Site Welding

Custom Ornamental

We can create specialty items such as flower boxes, curtain rods, counter top supports, weathervanes, dinner bell triangles, shepherd's hook/staff, house numbers, plant stands, plant hooks, mailbox stands, trellises, or anything imaginable. Just give us your plans or ideas and we can produce exactly what you need from design to expert installation.

Powder coating is also available in many colors, along with the usual primed and finish coatings.

Our completed products can be installed by you, your contractor, or by our experienced installers.

Contact us for a Free Estimate

These are just a few products we can supply for your residential and commercial needs. Tell us what you want and we can build it. Call or e-mail Chad at chad@boeironinc.com with your requests.

Additional Resources

Learn more about the history of wrought iron or the history of steel at Wikipedia. You may also enjoy an online visit to the National Ornamental Metal Museum.

 

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