Coco Architectural Grilles & Metalcraft has been setting the new standard for custom fabricated metal products, including Linear Bar Grilles and Perforated Sheet Metal Grilles, for over a century.
These are the characteristics that define us. We understand the importance of your project. That is why the leadership team at Coco Architectural Grilles & Metalcraft is actively involved with you at every step. To ensure that your Linear Bar Grilles and Perforated Grilles will not only meet but exceed your expectations.
It is our Experience of four generations and counting that will help guide you in the product selection of your custom specified grilles. We enjoy educating our customers on the materials used, the manufacturing processes we employ and the finishing options available to complete your project. If your application requires an Aluminum Grille, Brass Grille, Bronze Grille, Stainless Steel Grille or a Steel Grille, our extensive Linear Bar Grille and Perforated Grille selection will offer you the best solutions in the industry.
Our customers also appreciate the Integrity in which we operate. It is a trait we pride ourselves in and instill throughout the organization. We hope you can experience it too with your next grille inquiry and purchase. Our custom grilles and stock grilles are all proudly Made in the USA by a Veteran Owned business. Don’t be deceived by some of our competitors that will sell you an imported grille at the domestic price.
The Quality you expect for your grilles, no matter if it is a Stock Bar Grille or custom fabricated Perforated Sheet Metal Grille, is understood. As a supplier to the most upscale and demanding clients, our office and shop teams have developed industry leading manufacturing and inspection processes, along with trusted vendors for secondary finishing, enabling us to supply the quality grilles you expect.
Have you ever experienced anything less than the utmost excellence in customer service from another supplier of Bar Grilles, Perforated Grilles, or other fabricated metal products? At Coco Architectural Grilles & Metalcraft, we understand your needs and have the wisdom to accommodate them. We want to earn and keep your business. All jobs, from 1 piece to 1,000, are appreciated and treated the same.
Flexibility is everything in our business. You will find that our catalogue of Linear Bar Grilles and Perforated Grilles can be customer specified not only by size, material and finish selection, but also engineered for Floor Grille, Wall Grille, and Ceiling Grille applications. If our standard sizes do not meet your needs, Linear Bar Grille Core and Frame styles can be adjusted to virtually any dimension. Bar spacing can be increased or decreased along with other grille customization options for challenging installations. Perforated Grilles can be laser cut or water jet cut in heavy gauge sheet or plate to meet your requirements. Another service we offer is the “scaling” of a Perforated Grille pattern to adjust the free area and meet the required CFM calculations to keep your mechanical system running optimally.
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