Steelaloy.com was created in 2008 as part of a quest Bradshaw Consulting, Inc. undertook to create an easier solution to repairing metals. Generally repairing steel can be a very time consuming and expensive venture. This product works just like our Castaloy product which can be viewed here. This product was also designed to allow the novice user, all the way to seasoned pro, to be able to repair all forms of steel products in a fraction of the time and cost.
Bradshaw Consulting, Inc. founded in 2000, was started as a consulting business designed to offer computer programming to businesses growing in the IT market. The need quickly arose for Bradshaw Consulting to offer not only IT related service but also general business building services such as marketing, infrastructure and management. As the company started to grow she began to notice niches within the local and global community and started launching business offering services to help those areas. Its founder Derrick Bradshaw is accredited with starting one of the first web hosting companies and laying the blueprint for the first control panel of which has been adapted and is being used by every webhosting company currently.
Alumaloy.org was created in 2003. The first of a series of websites created by Bradshaw Consulting, Inc., Alumaloy.org was created to provide an easier solution to repairing metals. Aluminum is a fragile metal not easily repaired. Welding tends to do more damage than good. This product is much easier to use than castaloy or steelaloy which can be viewed by the links below. No flux is needed but you still should clean the surface before starting the application.
Castaloy.com was created in 2005 when it became apparent that a solution was needed to repair cast iron without all the expense associated with welding. Welding is not only expensive but time consuming and requires a level of skill most of us do not possess; I being one of them. With that in mind, this product was designed to allow even a novice user, all the way to seasoned pro, to repair cast iron in a fraction of the time and cost.