Friday, November 19, 2010

Iron Balusters, Wood Handrail & Treads in Haddon Twp, New Jersey

In this home in Haddon Twp. everything was decorated beautifully except the stairway. My job was to take this ugly stairway from blah to ta dah! We removed green carpet from the stairs and installed new solid maple treads and stained and painted risers in poplar. By removing carpet from your stairway and replacing it with hardwood steps it gives you the illusion that your stairway is bigger than it seems.

On this job all the wood rail components came from Carolina Stairs. They are my number one supplier for wood rail components. At Lomonaco's Iron Concepts we only use the finest of materials on the market and never jeopardize quality for price. Carolina's wood components are very consistent in quality,dimension, grain and color.

The iron balusters I used on this job came from House Of Forgings. They are my most popular supplier of powder coated balusters however at Lomonaco's Iron Concepts we have the ability to custom powder coat iron components for stair rail parts to custom table bases, coffee tables, mirror frames and much much more.

Lomonaco's Iron Concepts is one of the leading suppliers of  powder coated balusters from many of the finest manufacturers in the world. We have the ability to import iron and aluminum balusters from Canada, Italy, New England and France. These countries make the finest quality iron balusters on the market today.

If you are in need of a new rail system, new stairway or just want to switch out your builders grade white wooden spindles to powder coated iron balusters, Lomonaco's Iron Concepts is the place to go. Give our office a call at 856-740-1071 or email me directly at and I'll personally make sure your information goes to the proper personnel and they will contact you to set up for you free in-home consultation.

Check out our Photo Gallery on the web at: and you will see many pictures of stairway makeovers, custom iron work, exterior aluminum railings, driveway gates etc.

John Lomonaco

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