Fabrication & Precision engineering

Quality Approach for Manufacturing Solutions

About Hartoms

At Hartoms we provide every aspect of metal fabrication and engineering, supplying precision, bespoke metalwork along with precision machined components worldwide. Having been trading since 1962 you can be sure to receive a professional, reliable and efficient service from start to finish.

We’re based in Borehamwood, south Hertfordshire so are within easy reach of the A1, M25 and M1.

Our Services

Ferrous & Non Ferrous prototyping
Ferrous & Non Ferrous prototyping
Fine Limit Sheet Metal Work
Fine Limit Sheet Metal Work
Welding and Fabrication with MIG/MAG TIG MMA
Welding and Fabrication with MIG/MAG TIG MMA
Waterjet Cutting and Profiling, Laser Profiling
Waterjet Cutting and Profiling, Laser Profiling
Precision CNC Milling and Turning
Precision CNC Milling and Turning
(CAD) Computer Aided Design Services
(CAD) Computer Aided Design Services

Hartoms in action

Industries we've worked with

Over our many years of trading we have worked with a variety of industries and businesses.

  • TV & Entertainment
  • Security
  • Construction
  • Academics
  • Architectural  Glazing
  • Alternative Energy
  • Oil & Petrochemical
  • Retail

0208 9535 062

Get in touch with Hartoms today

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  • I needed some turned and milled components for my latest restoration project and they were exactly as requested. Good work considering I drew them on the back of an envelope!

    George CarpenterSt Albans
  • Really good quality work and done on time too. We are very pleased with everything that Hartoms have made for us.

    DavidMill Hill
  • Hartoms was a lifesaver I needed a fabrication project completed within a tight timescale and they delivered on time and on budget

    Simon BrownColindale
  • I needed some aluminium flashings for one of my building projects, they were able to fold them weld endcaps on and get them powder coated. Brilliant work will definitely be using Hartoms again 

    Chris GeorgeChorley