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Boston, Massachusetts. Est. 1995 | Custom Design & Fabrication 
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Antiquing the copper carriage bolts.
It was simply a pleasure working with your company. You provided my client with stella service, a can-do attitude and above all, a stainless steel kitchen that exceeded all of her expectaions and erased any doubts about choosing stainless over stone. You did good and made me look good at the same time.  Alex (Designer) 
You went above and beyond our expectations. Our stainless hood is absolutely gorgeous and is truly the showpiece of our new kitchen. We have received many compliments on it and we will be happy to spread your name around. Many thanks.
We love our new stainless countertops and are constantly getting compliments on the workmanship.
Some friends tried to steer us away from choosing stainless, saying it would make the kitchen feel "cold and sterile." Well, nothing could be further from the truth which anyone in our kitchen will attest too, including the former nay-sayers.
I am writing to thank you for our beautiful new stainless island countertop. Your work is excellent and your gentlemanly manners are impeccable which put together can only lead to one end result: our beautiful new kitchen. 
Colleen and Mark
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Commercial Applications
Powder Coated Stainless Steel Hood.
The inside shell of our antique copper hood.
Templating our copper sheets for exact cuts.
Templating our copper sheets.
Our copper pieces are ready to be cut.
Our hand-cut copper pieces are ready to be antiqued.
Applying our instant antiquing solution to the copper.
The antiquing solution at work.
Removing the antiquing solution from the copper.
Buffing and polishing the copper to give it an aged and antiqued appearance.
Final finish once the antiquing process is complete.
Preparing to adhere the copper plating to the stainless steel.
Adhering the copper plating to the stainless steel body.
Antiquing the copper carriage bolts.
Adding holes to the copper luggage straps using a drill press.
Copper luggage straps.
Hand shaping the copper luggage straps through a rolling press.
Preparing copper luggage straps to be attached to the body of the hood.
Drilling holes for copper luggage straps.
Final Product.
Final installation in a residential kitchen.
The Stainless Guys in action: The following is a step-by-step process in which we created a custom crafted antique copper vent hood for a residential kitchen in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Boston. 

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