Inscription Memorial Bench
Looking to add words, poetry, or special dates to the back of a bench? The inscription memorial bench does just that! Memorial benches are a beautiful way to pay merit to friends and loved ones that have passed. These benches are great additions to parks, cemeteries, backyards, campuses, and more.
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Creating An Inscription Memorial Bench
Want to learn more about the inscription memorial bench? Below is a step-by-step guide to creating the inscription memorial bench.
1. Email Ideas
Email firstname.lastname@example.org your design ideas to get started on a bench. Include photos, names / dates, sketches, previous benches, and more. This gives our design team an idea of what style bench you are looking for.
2. Review Mockup
A commonly asked question is, “what if I don’t like the final bench design?” With Smith Steelworks, we aim to provide exactly what you are looking for. We provide bench mockups before the bench is sent to be manufactured.
Durable Inscription Memorial Bench
Why choose Smith Steelworks for an inscription memorial bench? Apart from the beautiful designs, the benches are designed to last. This is accomplished by the following: use of fewer welds, stainless steel foot pads, and a three-step powder coating process. Call (801) 414-1724 to learn more about our inscription bench designs.
Memorial benches are laser cut from a single sheet of metal and bent into place. This method uses fewer welds which equals less points of weakness. All used are fully welded to prevent moisture from forming.
Stainless Steel Foot Pads
Stainless steel foot pads are welded to the bottom of the bench legs. What does this achieve? Stainless steel is a naturally rust resistant metal. This prevents rust and corrosion from creeping up the bench legs.
Three-Step Powder Coating Process
Each bench is sandblasted, primed, and powder coated. Sandblasting removes old paint, rust, and other impurities from the bench. It also creates a profiled surface, similar to sanding. Primer is 1/10th the molecule size of powder coat and seeps deep into the metal surface. This prevents rust from spreading. Powder coat is double the thickness of average paint and provides a strong finish. It is available in an array of color options to accentuate any location.
Get started on a bench today by calling (801) 414-1724!