Need a window well cover for your home? If you can measure the width and the height of your window well, Colorado Custom Welding can give you a direct quote over the phone. In order to measure your window well follow these few easy steps and than give http://www.coloradocustomwelding.com a call at 303-596-2071 or e mail at email@example.com to get you quote.
Instructions on measuring your window well
1 Measure the width of the window well from corner to corner along the well’s front edge using a tape measure.
2 Place the tip of the tape measure against the window and pull out the tape measure to the front edge to measure the well’s depth.
3 Measure the window well’s height from the ground level to the top edge of the well’s front.
4 Check the height of the window by measuring from the top of the window to the bottom of the window well.
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It may be tempting to go and buy a pre made window well covers from you local hardware store but be buyer beware. These window well covers are not comparable to the ones made by Colorado Custom Welding. Window well covers are each made uniquely. Just because the window wells are the same size does not mean the shape of the shape of the window well is the same. If you buy a pre made window well cover, there are often spaces and gaps which can be dangerous for pets and kids as well as make an easy point of entry for intruders.
Most pre made window well covers are made with wide bars which also allow space for feet, paws and debris to get stuck in. Colorado Custom Welding’s window well covers use a metal material which is not wide enough for hands, feet, paws or debris to fall through, making your backyard a safe place to be which also cutting down on having to clean out your window wells because the debris stays out.
Window well covers can be an eye sore to your house if you get a pre made one. However, order a window well cover from Colorado Custom Welding allows you to integrate your home style with your window well cover through choosing from a multitude of custom colors that are rust resistant.
Lastly, Colorado Custom Welding’s window well covers come with a lifetime guarantee, so you can order a quality product that will last you forever. Most store bought window well covers do not come with a warranty, so if they rust, break or you are not satisfied, it is lost money out of your pocket.
Don’t waste your time or money by buying pre made window well covers. Order custom made window well covers from Colorado Custom Welding for a quality product that will last a lifetime.
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Need a place for your dog to be outside? Check out our custom dog run that can made in any size. This dog run includes both an outside area and an insulated inside area. In this custom dog run there are also bars running along the bottom of the kennel to prevent digging if you have escape artist dog.
Trap doors are important in large window well covers. They allow easy access out of a basement in case of an emergency but provide enough safety and security to keep unwanted intruders from entering. Order your custom window well cover today at http://www.coloradocustomwelding.com
Colorado Custom Welding is one of the only companies in Colorado to offer free measurement and estimates by our certified welders.
Metal Fabrication, Welding, and More…When it comes to metal, we can handle it!
We can install window well covers in about a week, faster than other companies around.
Our prices typically beat the competition AND without sacrificing quality.
Colorado Custom Welding services Denver, Colorado Springs, Falcon, Payton, Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Lakewood, Arvada, Broomfield, Thornton, Boulder, Lafayette, Erie, Longmont, Loveland, Greeley, Fort Collins, Security, Widefield, Fountain, Pueblo, and the rest of the front range.