Many people think that welding simply is laying down a bead. And although there are welders who do just that, simply laying down a bead is not close to being a fair representation of the welding trade. It takes work, study, and skill to be a welder. That’s why welders sometimes are referred to as craftsmen, technicians, and even artists. Sagamore Bay’s featured artist spotlight is a unique old fashioned iron shop where craftsman can form raw iron into beauty. Not only have they worked on a number of the fine homes and estates in the area, they have been entrusted with the construction of various Government Memorials for municipals throughout Long Island.
From welding to furniture refinishing,
And unique smaller pieces, Forest Iron Works has provided a unique service to the surrounding areas.
Poolside towel hanger, custom-made by the skilled craftsmen at Forest Iron Works.
The company was founded in 1967 by Joseph Gallo on a small lot in Locust Valley, New York. Since then, after years of providing professional, unparalleled quality workmanship, they have grown substantially and become one of the most trusted metal work providers in all of Long Island and New York City. Today, his son Mario continues to guide Forest Iron Works through the 21st century upholding the same standards and traditions instilled in him by his father.
Forest Iron Works we will always stand behind their work and their well-earned, iron clad reputation. For custom work please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 516-671-4161. Please mention sagamorebay.com for a discount.
Shop some of Forest Iron Works unique pieces of art below: