What do you do?
What areas do you serve?
Our shop is located in Meridian, Idaho. But, we do work all over the Pacific Northwest! Including, but not limited to: Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Montana, Utah, Colorado, and California.
What type of finishes do you guys offer?
Most of our products are powder coated locally here in the Treasure Valley. Another popular finish is our exclusive blackened steel. We use a special process to blacken the raw steel– giving the product a more ‘completed’ look while still showing all the unique characteristics of the steel (like heat marks!).
We also offer CorTen (the rusted look) and brushed steel.
What does a plasma cutter (CNC) do?
Back in the day we used plasma machines as an alternative to cut steel, stainless, aluminum, brass and copper. It is simply a machine that allows us to use super heated electrically charged air “plasma” to cut through an electrically conductive material, i.e. metal. Plasma machines have come along way and additional tools have been created to compliment the traditional plasma machine; like CNC machines. CNC machines are computer controlled and allow the automation of plasma machines to cut the intricate drawings our designers come up with.
I have this sketch on a napkin, is that enough to get a product fabricated?
It’s more than enough! If you have a rough sketch, or even just a few inspiration photos, we can use AutoCAD to design and finalize your idea before fabrication. We always send the drawings to you for your approval before we begin the magic to ensure that it’s exactly what you want!
I have an idea of what I want, but I don’t know if it will be too expensive?
We understand 100%. We encourage you to still reach out to us with your idea. We’ll give you a free, no-obligation quote so you can decide if it’s worth progressing. If we can help educate you about metal in anyway in regards to your project, we’ll have done our job already– regardless if you end up purchasing through us or not.
Does Excalibur do work with stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass, etc.?
We work with all types of metal and we like the challenge of bringing your ideas to life. If, for some reason, it isn’t something we do we will direct you to one of our business partners that do!
How do I pay?
Excalibur Metal Design accepts cash, check, and most major credit cards through our online pay application. Keep in mind that on all projects over $1,000 a 50% deposit is required before adding it to our schedule. For projects under $1,000, 100% is required before adding it to or schedule.
I have a design, but I might need some help with some technical issues before moving forward?
Not a problem! Our team has years of combined engineering, drafting, and fabrication experience. This is what we do– no need to ever worry about the technical stuff, we’ll take care of it.
Okay, I have an idea for a project, what do I do now?
Contact us! You can use our handy “Start a Custom Project” form or give us a call (208) 412-6524! You can also shoot us an email at email@example.com. No matter how big or small your idea is, our team is here to help you make it a reality! We’ll give you a budget and answer any questions you may have.
What’s the typical lead time on a new project?
Our lead time varies depending on the time of year & what is required to complete the project. If you have a specific timeline, make sure to let us know and we will do our absolute best to try to meet your deadline. Keep in mind that ‘life’ happens and while we pride ourselves in completing work in the most efficient way possible, things out of our control (like the weather) can push a project back.
How do I apply for a position at Excalibur Metal Design?
You can apply at our career page here. You can also send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to include why you want to work at Excalibur Metal Design. We are always looking for new members to join our team!
Do you offer warranties?
Our warranty for our craftsmanship is (1) year from the time of installation. If you ever have any problems with your product after a year, please reach out to us so we can work together towards a solution.