You may have noticed a few differences on our website lately. To recognize the growth of our business on both sides -- OEM roll forming and decorative metal trim -- we have adjusted the website's structure to make navigation easier for customers.
Here are a few things about the split that you should know:
Best of Both Worlds For Roll Forming AND Decorative Metal Trim
Our customers consist of two types. There are those who specify OEM components for assemblies and those who seek our famous branded decorative accents for a design composition.
We’ve split the website homepage to reflect your differing needs. Open door #1, and you’ll see everything you need to know about roll forming for OEM projects. Choose door #2, and we’ll tell (and show!) you about metal mouldings’ uses in architecture.
Of course, we understand your needs may overlap. Maybe you’re an architectural OEM, i.e. someone who makes doors and wants an architectural look on a fabricated product. You’ll find useful information behind both doors.
No matter your need, you’ll still find the same great education on the industries. That means:
- Educational blogs on the ideal uses of metal in architecture
- Educational blogs on OEM material, supply, and roll forming issues
- Our e-store and catalog
- The opportunity to receive free metal moulding samples so you can see our work for yourself!
The value remains the same; we’re just making it easier for architects/designers and engineers/purchasers to get to the resources they want with fewer distractions.
The products are used for totally different reasons. So why shouldn’t the look be different?
We’ve got a new logo for the architectural mouldings side of our business. This fast-growing side of Dahlstrom is leading the way for architects who want to buck the boring, old trends while not totally ditching tradition. Our new logo and style reflect that commitment.
Even though you’ll see different logos and styles, we’re still one company. So whether you need assistance with OEM roll forming or architectural mouldings, you can still get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (716) 664-2555.
If you have any questions about our services or how to use our website, don’t hesitate to ask. And if there’s anything you think would improve your user experience on our website, we’d like to hear that, too.
The right roll forming partner can open new possibilities for both architectural and OEM solution-seekers!
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