Many products in homes need brackets. Chocolate Fountains use brackets to hold the parts together into a finished product. The heater plate in the chocolate fountain requires an “aluminum hardware bracket” to keep it into place. Lighting Fixture Brackets made in aluminum are considered “aluminum hardware brackets”. These light fixture brackets replaced the old lantern holding brackets of many years ago. Stables and barns also require brackets to hold items on the walls and to secure items in place. Smaller brackets are used in wood furniture for holding drawers together, holding shelves in cupboards and holding mirrors onto dressers. Other applications include: towel racks, book shelves, and toilet paper holders.
Home building companies use bracket items in several places. These brackets are used in many applications to hold items in place. Old wood framed windows used brackets to keep the correct angle of the wood window frames. Brackets tend to be angular to hold items up on walls or hold items away from walls. A 90 degree bracket could hold a shelf up on a wall or act as a brace to hold two walls together.
Construction people use brackets, called braces, to hold wood beams at the correct angle. Brackets are incorporated in home electrical boxes to hold these boxes into place and at the proper angle. Aluminum Hardware Brackets have many uses around your home and in new construction of houses.
Aluminum Brackets are made using the aluminum die casting process many times replacing other, less economical processes.