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Ironworks—The Beginnings

Steve Huffman is the founder of Ironworks.


Looking for a better life, Steven Huffman packed up and left San Jose, California in the early 90s, traveling north to land in Garden City, Idaho. Steve loved the community of Boise and enjoyed working with the Idaho residents.


His sister learned of the quality of life with genuine people populating the areas around Steve and soon joined him.


Settling amidst the rugged mountains and wind driven grass plains of Idaho, Steve settled in enjoying all the “country” that Idaho has to offer.


In early 1999, Steve was asked to build a fence for his sister; he built it, and both he and his sister kept getting so complimented on its enduring style and craftsmanship that when coupled with his passion for metalworking, a twist of fate, and a good design, Ironworks sprang into existence.


In 1999 Steve founded Ironworks —a sole proprietorship.


Sixteen years later, several tons of steel and iron later, Ironworks has become an icon well recognized for producing valuable and enduring iron and steel creations.


Ironworks builds and installs iron fencing, rails, gates and all things made of metal.


Ironworks builds non-commercial structural steel beams, and all types of plates for beam brackets.

Ironworks—A Restoration & Creation Company

If it’s broke, call Steve to arrange to get repairs done once, right, and the first time.

If it’s just a twinkle in your eye, bring a sketch, and Steve and his artisan welders will bring your dream forged into existence of solid steel or iron.

Ironworks does on site repairs. We are mobile.

Note: Ironworks does not do large commercial structural steel

All estimates are given free of charge.


Contact Ironworks:


Ironworks

Steve Huffman, owner


112 W 33rd Street
Garden City, Idaho 83714


Phone: 208-426-9776
Steve’s cell 208-860-2652


Member in Good Standing: Better Business Bureau


Licensed contractor in state of Idaho


Insured: Liability & Workman’s Comprehension