Buy Strongest Bars for Your Art Work
For an art collector or an art gallery owner stretcher bars are a great investment. These increase the inherent beauty of the art work while protecting the art in different ways. Due to these reasons, the canvas stretchers need to be strong, durable and very sturdy. They must also be able to take the load of art work and beautiful enough to do justice to the piece of art. The bars must not warp or bend and even though sometimes cross braces are necessary to improve their strength these must not crack under normal loads or while stretching. These are all essential qualities that you need to look for when you shop for stretchers online besides the cost factor.
Nothing disturbs a buyer of stretcher bars more than having completed the shopping only to find out that there is a reliable stretcher bar warehouse where the supplies would have been cheaper! It is therefore a good idea to firm up on your requirements and then go shopping online for the best rates. There are warehouses that proclaim that you won’t be able to find better prices for stretcher bars anywhere in the US. You must compare the prices and the quality as well as specifications before you place the order.
Some of these better warehouses for canvas stretchers give you discounts for full boxes and also give you tiered flat rates in shipping and this will definitely save you quite a bit of money. These warehouses assure great quality in their bars that are all made from kiln-dried fir or pine and manufactured using the best machines. Your orders are made on secure lines that are encrypted and this is an advantage since you can place your orders with full confidence. Finally, these warehouses have an excellent selection from among five styles in a wide range of lengths and if you are a dealer you can bank on some great discounts!
The better stretcher bar warehouses will give you several styles in canvas stretchers and this helps in picking the right style rather than a heavier style that may also pinch your pockets. These styles are the Medium or Standard Duty also known as Fredrix stretcher bars or stretcher strips that are the universal standard and widely used by most of the artists and framers. The Light Duty is very economical and the Medium/Heavy Duty is a good compromise. The Heavy Duty or Midi will give you added depth and help save money while the Super Heavy Duty is the bar you need when you are have a canvas that requires a strong foundation.
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