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Irish Iron: Amazing Wrought Iron Gates, Stairs, Railings and Art Call Bill (916) 473-1282

Our dedication to perfection, customer service and our customers sets us apart for our competitors.
  • With over 50 years of experience our staff can fabricate the most intricate designs
  • All iron is built in our shop and not by an outside company.
  • We use premium steel and powder coat  instead of paint
  • We have the knowledge to insure that all code requirements are met.
  • Our raised plates  make adjusting the posts on a slope  possible without shims, they also have more appeal than standard flat plates used by other companies.
  • We set our gate post to a minimum of 3’ deep
  • Our hinges are commercial grade ball bearing hinges
  • All  our gate hardware is welded not bolted.
  • With our spring loaded hinges, the hinge is adjustable so you can set the tension and avoid the “gate over slamming” This is great for families with children who can easily smash little fingers in the standard self closing hinges.
  • Our posts are set in premixed concrete, not dry set like some other companies
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Irish Wrought Iron Call Bill (916) 473-1282



About Us:

Here at Irish Iron we have over 50 years of knowledge and experience dealing with all different types of custom iron handrails, gates and fences. If it’s iron and it’s custom, we can build it. Our knowledgeable staff is eager to help you with any of your iron needs. From your standard iron fences to hand forged works of art, we’re sure  we can provide you with the special attention your job demands and deserves. We would love the opportunity to prove to you how committed we truly are to your specific needs. Give us the chance and  our work will speak for itself. We are confident you will never need another company for you iron needs. Please give us a call or come visit our showroom today.
Testimonials:

Dear Bill,
Many thanks for the excellent work your men did in installing this backyard fence.
Sincerely,
  -- G.E. Woo-Ming


Bill,
Susan and I want to thank you very much for the iron work you made for our kitchen window.
  -- M. Taylor


We have just completed almost a year long effort at the total exterior renovation of our house, including removing a very large old redwood decking and replacing it with man made timber. Our original deck had wood railing. For our new deck and new Mediterranean look we wanted iron railing. Irish Iron was the only bid we got. Bill Hill came to our house and we went to see his work at his workshop. He did beautiful work that everybody is admiring. We are pleased with his work. Should anyone be on the verge of selecting a wrought iron contractor we will be glad to show them Bill’s work at our house. Just permit him to give us your telephone number so that we can call you to make an appointment for you to see his work.
  -- H.S. Shergill


Dear Bill/ Irish Iron,
Since this gate is the first thing that people will see of my home, it is very important to me that such a prominent structure make a statement of beauty and strength. Thank you so much for your gorgeous design. It’s an elegant form that suits me perfectly. Many blessings to IRISH IRON! I drive around town and every time I see a gate I say “Mine is prettier!” So thank you! Thank You!
Sincerely,
  -- S. Smith


Dear Bill,
Seldom nowadays do you get quality work from quality guys, at competitive prices. I got all that from IRISH IRON on the re-engineering, and iron work on my gate and really appreciate it.
Sincerely,
  -- T. Ivers

The History Of Wrought Iron:


Wrought iron has been used for many centuries, and is the "iron" that is referred to throughout western history. The other form of iron, cast iron, was not introduced into Western Europe until the 15th century; even then, due to its brittleness, it could only be used for a limited number of purposes. Throughout much of the Middle Ages iron was produced by the direct reduction of ore in manually operated bloomeries, although waterpower had begun to be employed by 1104.

The raw material produced by all indirect processes is pig iron. It has a high carbon content and as a consequence it is brittle and could not be used to make hardware. The osmond process was the first of the indirect processes, developed by 1203, but bloomery production continued in many places. The process depended on the development of the blast furnace, of which medieval examples have been discovered at Lapphyttan, Sweden and in Germany.

The bloomery and osmond processes were gradually replaced from the 15th century by finery processes, of which there were two versions, the German and Walloon. They were in turn replaced from the late 18th century by puddling, with certain variants such as the Swedish Lancashire process. These too are now obsolete, and wrought iron is no longer manufactured commercially. ~ Wikipedia


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Sacramento is the capital of the U.S. state of California, and the county seat of Sacramento County. Located along the Sacramento River and just south of the American River's confluence in California's expansive Central Valley. With a 2008 estimated population of 463,794, it is the seventh-largest city in California.[3] Sacramento California:

Sacramento is the core cultural and economic center of the Sacramento Metropolitan Area which includes El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, and Yolo counties and has a combined population of approximately 2,136,604. The region has also been cited as one of the ten "most livable" regions in America in 2004, and the city was cited by Time magazine as America's most integrated in 2002.

Sacramento became a city due to the efforts of John Sutter, a Swiss immigrant, and James W. Marshall. Sacramento grew faster due to the protection of Sutter's Fort, which was established by Sutter in 1839. During the California Gold Rush, Sacramento was a major distribution point, a commercial and agricultural center, and a terminus for wagon trains, stagecoaches, riverboats, the telegraph, the Pony Express, and the First Transcontinental Railroad.

California State University, Sacramento, more commonly known as Sacramento State or Sac State, is the major local university. It is one of the twenty-three campuses of the California State University system. In addition, the University of California, Davis is located in nearby Davis, 15 miles west of the capital. The UC Davis Medical Center, a world-renowned research hospital, is located in the city of Sacramento. ~ Wikipedia