Perforated Metal for Infill Panels
Whether you need standard sheets or custom perforated panels with margins or fabricated channels, we will perforate and fabricate your in-fill panels exactly to your specifications.
A Beautiful and Structural Addition
In-fill panels are used for exterior architectural applications such as interior or covered walkways, staircases, balconies, and railing systems. While still allowing occupants to see outside, in-fill panels provide:
- sun shading
- wind screening
- noise abatement
- privacy from the public
- stability to a rail, balcony, or walkway system
In-fill panels often must adhere to exact specifications for thickness and dimensions to meet code requirements, be precisely perforated to attach to the building or rail system, and be finished in a manner that is aesthetically pleasing and corrosion resistant. Both for design and structure, in-fill panels can transform a building.
In-fill panels bring transformation to a building at a reasonable cost. Read our case study of Kristin Drive to learn how an older building got a “new lease on life” with custom perforated metal in-fill panels. Replacing older painted plywood balconies afflicted with mold and unsightly decay, the goals were to update the balconies with minimal disruption to the tenants, keep renovation costs reasonable, and create curbside appeal for the building. Accurate’s perforated custom panels met the goals and transformed the building, and upgraded the weather resistance along with the appearance.
Accurate Perforating provides in-fill panels or entire systems to railing companies, architects, and contractors or subcontractors to meet their needs for these architectural applications. We have the equipment and over 7 decades of expertise perforating, fabricating, and welding metal. In-fill panels can be made with any perforation pattern required and with custom margins to precisely attach to your system. Numerous choices for color matched corrosion resistant finishes.
With every order we also provide guidance in the design phase, engineering, and field measurements if needed, and supply detailed instructions. Proper packaging and labeling of panels ensures safe delivery and stress free installation.