Reggin industries

Extraordinary ideas, precisely crafted in specialty metals

History

“With nothing more than paper, pen, and an idea, Reggin Roofing and Metal Works Ltd. was founded by LENARD DOUGLAS REGGIN in 1931 in Calgary, Alberta. Over the decades his business grew and developed  along with the city.

In 1990, Dave Alle purchased Reggin Industries , shifting the company’s focus to Architectural Features, spurring yet another round of significant company growth.

Today under the guidance and vision of  Phil Alle, Reggin Industries has become a leader in precision crafted specialty metals serving clients throughout North America. “

Materials

Stainless Steel

High chromium and nickel-alloyed grades of stainless steel are popular choices for design. Beyond its bright and modern appearance, stainless steel’s hard, non-porous surface makes cleaning easy, making it extremely hygienic. This natural, corrosion resistant, non-toxic product is made from natural minerals of the earth, making it 100% recyclable into the same product without any loss of quality. While stainless steel may not appear to be the most cost-effective material choice, it can be the most economic product choice in terms of installation, maintenance, and replacement. When properly selected, fabricated and maintained, stainless steel should last a lifetime.

Mild Steel

A lot of items that are built out of mild steel can also be built out of aluminum. The biggest advantage of aluminium is the lightweight nature of the material, making it extremely effective in a lot of applications where weight needs to be reduced. Aluminum also has corrosion resistant properties to it, and can be used in mill finish, brushed, polished finish, or can be painted or powdercoated.

Aluminum

A lot of items that are built out of mild steel can also be built out of aluminum. The biggest advantage of aluminium is the lightweight nature of the material, making it extremely effective in a lot of applications where weight needs to be reduced. Aluminum also has corrosion resistant properties to it, and can be used in mill finish, brushed, polished finish, or can be painted or powdercoated.

COPPER – BRASS – BRONZE

Copper, brass and bronze, otherwise known as the “Red Metals”, are similar and, as such, we group them together. However, they do differ in that different percentages of each compound are used. For example, due to its high strength, resistance to corrosion and excellent conductivity, copper is used in a wide range of applications. Brass, an alloy which often infuses zinc with copper, and Bronze, an alloy which includes copper as well as other ingredients, are often chosen for similar reasons, including improved strength. All three are used for both ornamental features and, with our specialty finishes, can be used individually or combined to create an antique, rustic look to any project or design.

SPECIALTY FINISHES

All core metals we offer, including stainless steel, mild steel aluminum and copper, come in a variety of specialty finishes options. The most common and simple specialty finishes are painted or powder-coated finishes, but custom patina and antique finishes are also available. These finishes are achieved by applying different chemicals to the base metals in varying applications, and then sealing them with a special coating. Each specialty finish application takes a certain artistic ability and craftsmanship to accomplish and can be customized depending on unique project needs.

PERFORATED METALS

All the above-mentioned core metals can also be offered in a perforation. Often used in guardrail, wall panels or exterior building panels for aesthetic purposes, or for more functional purposes for things like airflow, we utilize either large standard punches, custom punches or CNC cutting to achieve the level of perforation desired. The size or shape of holes can be as uniform or as random as possible for different looks, depending on your project. You can even customize them to have images displayed

Stainless
Steel

Stainless Steel

High chromium and nickel-alloyed grades of stainless steel are popular choices for design. Beyond its bright and modern appearance, stainless steel’s hard, non-porous surface makes cleaning easy, making it extremely hygienic. This natural, corrosion resistant, non-toxic product is made from natural minerals of the earth, making it 100% recyclable into the same product without any loss of quality. While stainless steel may not appear to be the most cost-effective material choice, it can be the most economic product choice in terms of installation, maintenance, and replacement. When properly selected, fabricated and maintained, stainless steel should last a lifetime.

Mild Steel

A lot of items that are built out of mild steel can also be built out of aluminum. The biggest advantage of aluminium is the lightweight nature of the material, making it extremely effective in a lot of applications where weight needs to be reduced. Aluminum also has corrosion resistant properties to it, and can be used in mill finish, brushed, polished finish, or can be painted or powdercoated.

Mild Steel

Aluminum

WHY WE USE ALUMINUM

A lot of items that are built out of mild steel can also be built out of aluminum. The biggest advantage of aluminium is the lightweight nature of the material, making it extremely effective in a lot of applications where weight needs to be reduced. Aluminum also has corrosion resistant properties to it, and can be used in mill finish, brushed, polished finish, or can be painted or powdercoated.

Copper,
Brass,
Bronze

COPPER - BRASS - BRONZE

Copper, brass and bronze, otherwise known as the “Red Metals”, are similar and, as such, we group them together. However, they do differ in that different percentages of each compound are used. For example, due to its high strength, resistance to corrosion and excellent conductivity, copper is used in a wide range of applications. Brass, an alloy which often infuses zinc with copper, and Bronze, an alloy which includes copper as well as other ingredients, are often chosen for similar reasons, including improved strength. All three are used for both ornamental features and, with our specialty finishes, can be used individually or combined to create an antique, rustic look to any project or design.

Speciality Finishes

Specialty Finishes

All core metals we offer, including stainless steel, mild steel aluminum and copper, come in a variety of specialty finishes options. The most common and simple specialty finishes are painted or powder-coated finishes, but custom patina and antique finishes are also available. These finishes are achieved by applying different chemicals to the base metals in varying applications, and then sealing them with a special coating. Each specialty finish application takes a certain artistic ability and craftsmanship to accomplish and can be customized depending on unique project needs.

Perforated Metals

Perforated Metals

All the above-mentioned core metals can also be offered in a perforation. Often used in guardrail, wall panels or exterior building panels for aesthetic purposes, or for more functional purposes for things like airflow, we utilize either large standard punches, custom punches or CNC cutting to achieve the level of perforation desired. The size or shape of holes can be as uniform or as random as possible for different looks, depending on your project. You can even customize them to have images displayed

Markets

We love adding beauty to life and are proud of our projects and partnerships – allowing us to work alongside the most creative people in the industry. We take the time to learn about each of our clients, immersing ourselves in their businesses so we can deliver imaginative solutions that stand the test of time.

General Contractors

Our team of experienced estimators can provide quick quote turnaround, helping keep your project on time and on budget. A significant amount of our work involves working with general contractors, and we are consistently told that our attention to detail and quality of craft sets us apart. This enables us to build lasting solutions that are not close – but spot on – and precise to your needs.

ARCHITECTS & DESIGNERS

The thing we love about partnering with architects and designers is that we are always encouraged to push the limits of what’s possible with metal – and we enjoy that challenge. Compelled to change the landscape, we view calculated risks as an investment today, to make a difference tomorrow. We carry the latest equipment and are driven by opportunities to showcase our skills through leading technology and unconventional thinking. This allows us to truly partner with you to help make what you envision a reality – ensuring your finished project is everything you intended and more, while remaining within scope and budget.

ARTISTS

We are an experienced, ambitious team of visionaries who have an appetite for risk and a desire to make hearts race. We exist to come up with new ideas and new ways to use metal. Skilled across the entire project lifespan, we also ensure your concept stays within budget when brought on early, assuring that from conceptual design to completion, your idea will come to life. We welcome the unknown, because we are confident that we have the intimate knowledge, detailed skillset and imaginative team to push the entire project forward.

DEVELOPERS

Ensuring your property suits your tenants’ needs is essential. We are honoured to, like you, have the ability to change people’s lives. We strive to provide an experience that is nothing short of remarkable, constantly resetting the bar in our field. Whether you need improvements, site repairs or servicing to help make your building look its best (with or without major renovations), we’ll address your challenge head on, finding not a work around – but a working way to accomplish your goals.

MANUFACTURERS

For fast prototyping and extremely quick turnarounds, we are the local experts. Whether small or large batch orders, we spend time with you upfront to review your unique situation, offering expert guidance with our high-quality manufacturing solutions. In addition to our advanced equipment, we also have the ability to work directly with designers to ensure products are exactly as you require them to be.