Customized Stainless Steel Fabrication for GTA Restaurants

Many people dream of operating a world-class restaurant, and we want to help make those dreams a reality. At CL Custom Fabrication & Service in the GTA, we create the tools and equipment you need to operate an efficient kitchen. When our work is done, you will have a functional stainless steel work environment that adheres to all safety codes, and is customized to fit your exact needs.

Call us today to start working on your dream kitchen.

Stainless Steel Fabrication, Service and Repair
We create decorative and design items out of stainless steel, in order to give your space a more unique feel. Additionally we can also repair and maintain other steel items, so you can utilize these tools far into the future. Regardless of if we fabricated the item or it is the product of another company, we will repair all steel items and ensure they continue to function.

Recent Stainless Steel Projects
Through our commitment to quality and personalized service, we have built a relationship with several hotel chains, including:

  • Marriott
  • Four Seasons
  • Ritz Carleton

Our stainless steel kitchens have been used to serve visitors from all around the world, and have consistently met the highest international standards.

Services

  • Steel fabrication
  • Welding
  • Custom stainless steel fabrication
  • Stainless steel repair and servicing
  • Custom stainless steel decoration and design
  • Kitchen set-ups, upgrades and bringing up to code
  • Kitchen equipment sales

Restaurant and Kitchen Equipment

  • Tables
  • Counters
  • Sinks
  • Back splashes
  • Ventilation and exhaust systems
  • Hot and cold tables
  • Pick up windows
  • Buffet tables
  • Fridges
  • Stoves
  • Deep fryers
  • Grills

Service Area

  • Toronto
  • GTA
  • Niagara Falls
  • Hamilton
  • Cambridge
  • London
  • Kitchener
  • Oakville
  • Mississauga
  • Brampton
  • Markham
  • Ajax
  • Scarborough
  • Oshawa
  • Barrie

…and surrounding areas
Stay Compliant
Stainless steel surfaces adhere to safety codes