Heather & Little is pleased to be one of North America’s leading stamped sheet metal fabricators. We offer our customers a broad selection of decorative and pressed sheet metal services, whether you require a custom stamped metal design or would like to choose from our existing inventory of sheet metal stampings.
Our skilled artisans can create long or short runs of your chosen stamped sheet metal design, using the metal that is best suited to your needs, including copper, bronze, zinc, lead coated copper, stainless steel, aluminum and more. Should you need assistance in selecting the ideal material, Heather & Little’s professionals would be happy to assist you in finding the best metal for your restoration project.
Heather & Little’s Decorative Stamped Sheet Metal Work
The skilled pressed sheet metal craftsmen at Heather & Little have a wealth of experience in restoring and reproducing historic profiles of architectural sheet metal elements. We have created sheet metal ornamentation for hundreds of historic buildings across the country with impeccable attention to detail, using a mixture of traditional and modern fabrication techniques and materials.
Browse our collection of stamped metal projects below, or contact the Heather & Little team today to ask us about your own pressed sheet metal project!
The entire mansard roof area on four elevations was restored using 20-ounce copper sheets. The restoration of decorative ornaments included stamped sheet metal roof crestings, finials, cartouche, cornices and decorative copper hip covers.READ MORE
N2Onondaga Court House, Syracuse, NY
This was a large scale restoration project where we reproduced all of the decorative sheet metal components in copper which included the cupola, major dome, decorative roof finials, four minor copper domes, copper cartouches, and curved copper batten caps for the dome roofing.READ MORE
N3Montreal City Hall, Quebec
To accurately reproduce each decorative copper element, we created new stamping dies for the garlands, cornice elements, and shields. Both 20- and 24-ounce copper sheets were used for this task, depending on the requirements of each ornament.READ MORE