BASTEEL Perimeter Systems™ is a 4th generation family-owned business formed in 1946 to serve the tool and die industry. Our values, commitment to quality, and a focus on exceeding customer expectations helped BASTEEL expand into the fencing industry more than 30 years ago. For decades, our fencing products have earned a strong reputation for superior durability, performance and aesthetics.
Today, a wide variety of BASTEEL fencing and gate systems lead the way in serving the needs of both Architectural and Security industries, relying on BASTEEL’s 100% KYNAR™ proprietary infill panels to deliver true value to our customers:
• Architectural – aesthetic fence screening for roof top equipment, mechanical/utility yards, HVAC, dumpster/recycling areas
• Security – fence and gate systems that provide varying levels of perimeter security to meet site needs
• Infinity Gates – robust swing-gate and cantilever gate systems that provide site access, ease of use and longevity
BASTEEL Perimeter Systems has the products you need, and we constantly strive to exceed your expectations. We would invite you join our growing list of long-time repeat customers within the military, commercial, industrial and energy market segments.
BASTEEL PERIMETER SYSTEMS – Your strongest investment in fencing.
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Mar, 14, 2017
BASTEEL Perimeter Systems had the pleasure to work with arcDESIGN (www.arcdesign.us) on the IU Health Morgan County ... read more
Oct, 3, 2016
Stockade Security Fence by BASTEEL Perimeter Systems offers the horizontal louvered design of the Windsor style with added ... read more
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Oct, 3, 2016
Steel is the most recycled material on the planet, more than all other materials combined. Steel retains an extremely high overall recycling rate, which in 2012, stood at 88 percent. The amazing metallurgical properties of steel allow it to be recycled continually with no degradation in performance and from one product to another. The sources for steel scrap are plentiful, but are classified into three main categories: home scrap, prompt scrap and obsolete ... read more