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After having worked as a bicycle mechanic throughout high school, Daniel became interested in metalwork. After high school, Daniel decided to attend Bellingham Technical College. He graduated with a degree in Welding and Fabrication. While attending school and for years after, Daniel worked as an aluminum welder/fabricator for All American Marine, and building custom Bristol Bay boats for Aliotti Enterprises. One of his proudest accomplishments is mastering welding critical hull seams below the waterline.
Under these companies, he assisted in building some of the largest aluminum boats in the country. Eventually, Daniel made the decision to move back to Bainbridge Island and start his own business DH Fabrication. He now spends his time working on a wide array of projects, many of which involve collaborations with Ben. From custom truck racks and bumpers to interior finish pieces, Daniel can help to make your visions become a reality.
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Ben and Daniel have been tag-teaming projects for years now. Growing up, you could find them biking on their backyard trails, hitting the slopes at Crystal Mountain, or feeding llamas in their backyard. As you would expect, they’re pretty familiar with each other’s habits. This is reflected in the custom projects they’ve worked on together.
From working with me on the design and concept, lightning fast turn around, fair prices and a beautiful finish, the experience couldn’t have been much better. He and Daniel (who welded the steel legs) really went the extra mile in bringing my vision to life. Highly recommend!– Louise
Ben and Daniel’s finished products always end up looking beautiful because of the way these two work together. It’s easy for their customers to tell that time, energy, and teamwork went into every project they complete. You’ll have a hard time finding a better wood and metalworking duo in the Seattle area.
To make an inquiry about a project, check out the inquiry form. If you have any general questions or comments, the contact page is the place to go.