Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Post Type Selectors
How to Choose Anchor Bolts & Properly Secure Your Steel Project

Anchor bolts often don’t get the same fanfare as a steel structure’s more visible aspects, but they are absolutely essential to securing any structure. Anchor bolts serve the very important role of attaching a steel structure to concrete. Without anchor bolts, the rest of a structure could not exist. Because there are many different types […]

read More
CSW Podcast Appearance!

Our President, Kelly Preston, had the opportunity to sit down and talk with podcast host, Matt McAlear, on the start and growth of Capital Steel & Wire. We appreciate the invitation from Matt, getting us involved in the podcast space! Tune in and watch the episode here!

read More
Understanding Steel Grades & Finding the Best Option for Your Needs

Steel grades are essential in helping determine precisely the right steel for your application. Understanding the different types of steel (carbon, alloy, stainless and tool steels) and steel grades and applications may seem daunting at first — according to the World Steel Association, there are more than 3,500 varieties on the list of steel grades. […]

read More
Hot Rolled vs. Cold Rolled Steel: Understanding the Strength & Surface Condition

It’s easy to talk about how important steel is to our world. It’s used to build bridges and skyscrapers, cutlery and cookware, furniture, auto parts, and so much more. If we want to get especially self-aware, steel is used to make the very machines that process steel. Steel’s versatility is clear, but there is still […]

read More
Quality and Personalized Products!

Capital Steel and Wire had the opportunity to promote our products in a short commercial, promoting local Mason area businesses. Check it out here!

read More

Monday April 22 is Earth Day and we are excited to highlight a few things we are doing as a company to help improve our carbon footprint and protect our environment. From our work gloves, recycling of steel, and our Solar Panels, here is some information about CSW: Work Gloves At our facilities, we have […]

read More
Various steel products sitting upright. Text overlays, "The Impact of Alloy Composition on Steel Bars and Wires."
Understanding the Impact of Alloy Composition on Steel Bars and Wires

Among many other positive qualities, steel is versatile, durable, and 100% recyclable. A large reason for all of this is alloys. Depending on the composition of the alloy, manufacturers can adjust hardness, toughness, strength, ductility, conductivity, density, and more, as well as increase corrosion resistance. It’s a big topic, so we’ll start with an overview […]

read More
Several steel bars behind the text, "Tips for Storing and Handling Steel Bars & Wire in Your Warehouse."
Tips for Storing and Handling Steel Bar and Wire in Your Warehouse

The safe storage of steel bars and wire is essential in any warehouse for the most obvious reason—the safety of those working in the warehouse—but also for the efficiency of your company’s operations. When steel is stored safely and properly, it’s easier to track inventory and access the steel when you need it, keeping your […]

read More
CSW Director of Mfg. becomes Lieutenant at local Fire Station!

Congratulations to CSW’s Director of Manufacturing, Fred Render, on his Lieutenant pinning ceremony with the DeWitt Area Firefighters Association! Fred has served the DeWitt area on the fire department for 17 years and has gained the respect of his peers by leading the way on several incidents. Fred has been an integral part of planning […]

read More
CSW and the Marshall Street Fire Station help Seniors in need!

De’Anna Smith (HR Manager), Alan Hensley (Inventory Manager), and Kristyn Ladd (Executive Assistant) all volunteered in the “No Senior Without Christmas Event” in conjunction with the Marshall Street Fire Station. Every year, the No Senior Without Christmas event brings together dedicated volunteers to assemble 400 boxes for the benefit of our community’s home-bound, low-income senior […]

read More