Stop by our new location in Elkmont, Al. We are proud to support Limestone County, Al 25423 Elkmont AL 35620 256-617-35827
By: Libby McGaw Since 2009, Old Mill Iron has been providing the people of North Alabama with expertly crafted ornamental iron work which can be seen all around the region, and most recently on the north side of the Limestone County Courthouse square. We were all grateful to see that there was extra outdoor eating
Old Mill Iron will be open 7am-5:30pm Monday-Thursday the week of the Fourth of July. Offices and Shop will be closed on July 3rd. For deliveries and pick up this week please call the office ahead of time at 256-617-3827. We wish our customers a happy and safe holiday.
In a world of the unknown, how do we try to keep our customers safe? At Old Mill Iron, we have the option of contactless appointments. For more information call our office at 256-617-3827 to learn more! We strive to keep our customers and our employees safe by using social distancing, masks and hand sanitizer.
Join us at The Spring Home + Garden Show is the premier event for building, remodeling, home and garden products in the North Alabama area, bringing you all the latest trends and technology for the home under one roof. Come see us in booth # 718. The Show gives you the opportunity to see, learn
As a business owner, many times you are able to help others with projects that are dear to their hearts. Many times we receive pieces of metal furniture that hold a special place in the hearts of our customers. Heirloom pieces that have been passed down or antique pieces that remind customers of their past.
Recently, I learned of all the restrictions that a person who is handicapped has on a day to day basis. I have 2 family members who are physically handicapped. I was shocked to find how hard it was for them to move around in and out of public buildings, private buildings, apartment buildings and hotels.
In Early American times, only the rich could afford to order metal or wrought iron, (hand shaped) fencing around their brick or stonework homes. Later, around the early 1800’s blacksmithing grew and changed the way ornamental ironwork was fabricated and allowed ironwork to be embellished to match the victorian homes it adorned. During the Victorian
Have you ever noticed how your guests are greeted when they arrive at your home? Next time take a drive test and stop in your driveway and look around. Is it easy to drive in? Is the lighting sufficient? Maybe you have a very long driveway with your home nestled on the back acres. Adding
One of my favorite things to do is to drive around and look at the historical homes when I visit different cities. I love the design, the detail and the elegance of each home and the stories that were made in the dwellings “back in the day.” One house we visited in Florence, sits high