TO: All of our Current Customers FROM: Renaissance Fabrication Date: March 31, 2020 RE: The Effects of COVID – 19 As many of you know and have been watching the news and practicing social distancing this virus, COVID-19 is recking havoc on our small businesses. Renaissance Fabrication has also been affected. We went from … Continued
Have you ever thought it would be cool to learn how to weld? Well you can! Call us at 850-860-3525 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and sign up for our up and coming class.
Here at Renaissance Fabrication we get to design and fabricate some unique items. 2/28/2020 was no different. The organization called Operation Reconnect came to us and wanted us to design and build a Corvette Box to house a 2019 C7 Corvette Grand Sport. We created an all aluminum base which is covered with diamond plate … Continued
Renaissance Fabrication is a small business located in Pensacola, FL. We like to say, “we do just about anything”. We create beautiful railings of all kinds; Cable, Glass, Aluminum, Iron as well as Anodized Aluminum Railings. But that isn’t it! We restore everything from an antique Mailbox to chandaliers to silver tea sets. But it … Continued
On May 14th Renaissance Fabrication will be having a Ribbon Cutting at 10:00 am. Come check out our new Logo, the shop and enjoy light treats. We welcome anyone to attend and help us kick of 2019 with a bang. It will be at our location at 2203 N. Pace Blvd., Pensacola, FL 32505. If … Continued
We never got around to sharing this article about our beloved local Impact 100 (a loosely-knit, female-only philanthropic movement, where thousands of women writing $1,000 checks adds up to millions for communities across the country), whom we were blessed to work with recently welding and installing a handrail in conjunction with the Council On Aging. … Continued
Welding is probably the best know method of joining significant bodies of metal together. Soldering is also a well-known method of joining metals, but the “joint” (join point) is weaker because the metals being joined don’t actually melt, making it more applicable in electronics and fine art or jewelry-making than structural work. It’s not infrequent … Continued