Steel Staircases and Handrails
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At Force 5 Engineering we are fully equipped to perform any welding & fabrication tasks, our highly skilled engineers have years of experience in all welding disciplines including MIG, TIG & Arc/Stick welding, utilising a full spectrum of materials including mild steel, stainless steel & aluminium in an array of cross-sections and thicknesses.
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Force 5 Engineering Limited are a medium sized steel fabrication company based in Kent near the M2 motorway and A299 dual carriageway leaving us ideally situated for operating throughout London and the South of England. We specialise in steel fabrication, sheet metalwork and structural steelwork, and work with mild and stainless steels, aluminium, and a variety of plastics, and offer many different finishes including galvanising, powder coating, painting and spraying. We produce a wide range of fabricated steel products including buildings, steel walkways, steel staircases, fire escapes, mezzanine floors, Juliet balconies, handrails, gates, railings, cat ladders and platforms. We offer either a supply only, or a supply and install service, and an on-site repair and welding service as required. We have a reputation as a company that provides both quality and service at a competitive price point, and we have a large base of repeat business customers. Force 5 Engineering Ltd. Force 5 Engineering is a family run business with over 40 years’ experience in the engineering industry in London and the south east. We supply steelwork, handrails, staircases, sheet metal work, plastic fabricated items, and much more. Please view the services section of this site for more information. We operate from a workshop based in an industrial area in Faversham in Kent with excellent road links, we are within two miles of the M2 motorway in Kent that puts us within close reach of London and the M25, within two miles of the A2 leading to the port of Dover, and within two and a half miles of the A299