- Linear Bar Grilles
- Decorative Metal Grilles
- Custom Metal Products
Do you know how to identify excellence in metal sheet work?
Perforated metal sheetwork is the cut-to-custom metal used to make decorative grilles. The pattern of a crafted metal sheet should be beautiful, bringing subtle elegance to a room and blending easily with surrounding features. The sheet should also provide perfect function.
Our aim is to provide customization at its best, delivering the perfect balance
of aesthetics and performance.
Coco Architecture's manufacturing methods allow us to customize each piece we make to our customer's needs and preferences. Available methods include a turret punch press for single-hit perforation, laser cutting, and water-jet cutting. We never sell pre-perforated sheets that are simply sheared down to size. We take care to ensure our work is the best solution for the space and its needs.
What kind of specific features do you need? We can do:
We offer a range of sizes and free area percentages that cover the aesthetic requirements of an interior designer without sacrificing the performance requirements of an engineer. The perforation of each metal grille is constructed to properly balance your HVAC system. Upon request, we can do CFM calculations in order to determine the best free-area percentage to use for the optimal grille size.
Before production, each customer receives a fully dimensioned drawing of each order to ensure we deliver exactly what he or she needs.
This custom process is also available on the linear bar grilles.
Don't see what you need? Not sure what you need? Just ask!
Contact us today at email@example.com for expert advice on your custom metal needs.
"When ordering grilles the only company I use is Coco Architectural Grilles as they are professional and always on time with my order. The quality of the grilles speaks for themselves as I have yet to have a customer who wasn't happy with the finished product. This is why I will always be a Coco customer for life."
"I am pleased to report that Coco Architectural Grilles & Metalcraft is a very good supplier of grilles and architectural specialties. We recently completed a large exterior fascia, custom and difficult, that was a winner! We recommend Coco!"
"I wanted to say thank you for creating our custom grille so quickly! It is beautiful and will look great in our client's home. Thanks again for your speedy work and keeping your word. We look forward to doing business with you again. Take care."
"James & Jim,
We want to thank you for everything you have done to get the table job completed. Your diligence, hard work, and sense of urgency is greatly appreciated. We look forward to working with you in the future."
"We have been using Coco Architectural Grilles & Metalcraft for many years to help realize our custom cabinetry projects for our clients. The grilles are beautifully fabricated to exact dimensions and flawless finishes. They have time after time made us look good by adding that finished touch."
"Coco Architectural has quickly become my go-to source for top quality grilles at the best price with the quickest turn around. Their competitors cost more and take twice as long provide the same product. Time is always of the essence at the end of projects, and having Coco on our team is incredibly valuable to us. They return calls and respond to emails quickly and that makes our job a lot easier."
"Though Coco Architectural had most likely never heard of our company before the day we contacted them, the price they quoted and the service provided throughout a most difficult project (the 2nd largest public construction project for the city of Indianapolis) was as if we were their most important and a longtime customer…our “first project” relationship with Coco Architectural has become one of mutual benefit and one we hope to be continuing over the long haul!"
"Wanted to Thank You and Your Team for all your help throughout our lobby/plaza project. We appreciate your efforts in making our project successful and we look forward to working with you in the future."
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