1,219 Ironwork Professionals

Without ironworkers and their structural know-how, many of the great buildings of the world would never have come to be. But most homeowners are more likely to hire an ornamental or architectural ironworker, who crafts metal pieces that are visible on the exterior. From window frames to grates and balconies, from screens and fences to hardware, these pros shape iron into forms that are as decorative as they are functional. More 
Collierville, TN, 38017
Tuscan Iron Entries manufactures custom ornamental iron entry doors in our Collierville, TN facility. These doors are excellent replacements for old rotting wood doors. Tuscan... Read More
Pittsburgh, PA, 16059
Custom made wrought iron railings, gates, furniture, and full fabrication shop made to the customers expectations. Read More
Santa Barbara, CA, 93105
Master Ironworks hand forges luxury ornamental custom ironwork including wrought iron railings, wrought iron staircases, wrought iron driveway gates, wrought iron entry gates,... Read More
Womack Iron (770) 595-5996
Alpharetta, GA, 30004
Womack Iron is devoted to providing unique custom wrought iron products. Our company strives towards excellence, respect, honesty, an appreciation. We stay loyal to our customers... Read More
Madisonville, TN, 37354
BEST OF HOUZZ 2014 - CUSTOMER SATISFACTION Heritage Iron and Decor is a full service iron shop located in East Tennessee and serves the surrounding areas. All of our projects... Read More
Metalrevelations (760) 347-8846
Indio, CA, 92201
Custom metal fabrication, architectural elements, creative design, artwork, artistic finishes and specialty metals Read More
Warsaw, 02-971, Poland
Pierrot Metal Studio hand forges luxury ornamental custom ironwork including wrought iron railings, iron fencing, iron staircases, iron driveway gates, iron entry gates, single... Read More
Red Metal (504) 452-8288
New Orleans, LA, 70116
Red Metal specializes on custom hand forged architectural elements, furniture and sculpture. Rachel works closely with each client to develop the perfect item for your home. Read More
Tucson, AZ, 85711
Custom ornamental iron and design: hand forged iron, iron gates, iron doors, iron railings, iron fences, contemporary metal work, fireplace screens, and architectural details. Read More
Gunnar Design (410) 669-1669
Baltimore, MD, 21217
Gunnar Design was incorporated in New York in 2000 by the artist / designer Erik Anderson. Erik is a Rhode Island School of Design Graduate of 1991. He majored in sculpture and... Read More
Mine Hill, NJ, 07803
Over 45 years experience. Same Location Since 1968! High End Custom Ornamental Metal Work Specializing in bronze, aluminum and iron. Unique projects are our specialty. Lawler... Read More
Hueber Industries (970) 481-5278
Denver, CO, 80524
Our company is Hueber Industries, we do carpentry and metal fabrication and often a combination of the two to create your vision. Wood and metal work for commercial or... Read More
Urban Ironcraft (800) 316-4240
Oklahoma City, OK, 73108
We're a design/fabrication company that manufactures decorative iron products. We primarily sell to the trade, but do offer custom furniture to the public. You'll find our... Read More
Ironfire Railings (609) 217-2530
Williamstown, NJ, 08094
Fabrication and installation of Custom Iron work such as; interior and exterior railings and gates, handrails, foot rails, decor such as; wine, bar, fireplace. General woodwork... Read More
Beverly Hills, CA, 90210
Master Ironworks hand forges luxury ornamental custom ironwork including wrought iron railings, wrought iron staircases, wrought iron driveway gates, wrought iron entry gates,... Read More
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What Does an Ironworker Do?


An ornamental ironworker fabricates bulk iron into the types of structures that a particular home calls for, then installs them onsite. Some of these pieces are mass produced, others custom crafted. Many ornamental ironworkers also have the design skills to fashion unique decorative components. Ironworkers must be trained in safety to create elements such as railings and balconies that both satisfy a home’s aesthetic needs and meet building codes.

Questions to ask a prospective ironworker:


  • How long have you been in the business?
  • How many projects like mine have you completed?
  • What training and licensing do you have?
  • Can you provide me with references?
  • How do you charge, and what does that include?
  • Can you give me a written estimate?
  • What do your services include?
  • When can this job get done?
  • What happens when the cost exceeds the budget? What about changes to materials or labor pricing?
  • What will I need to provide?
  • Are there any important considerations or concerns you foresee with this project?

Find an ironworker on Houzz. Narrow your search in the Professionals section of the website to ironwork. You can also look through photos to find examples of ironwork that you like, then contact the ironworker who fabricated them.
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