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Headquartered in a state-of-the-art, 22,000-square foot facility in Orlando and operating extensively within Volusia County and Daytona Beach, Superior Fence & Rail Inc. specializes in aluminum fences and railing for projects both big and small. They don’t use subcontractors; they produce the products that they install themselves, and they help purchasers from start to finish, be it with designing from scratch, to answering any questions related to what they need done.
Southern Ornamental is a custom metal fabricating company specializing in wrought iron and aluminum balcony and deck fencing, railing, and other ornamental products for a variety of uses in different settings. They are a design and build company who ship worldwide, and they offer complete hand-forged, wrought iron systems or work using preformed components, depending on your needs.
Holly Hill-based Elite Custom Railing provides custom railing systems and solutions for balconies, decks, fences, and more for both small and big projects, including schools, medical institutions, and even government institutions across the United States. They pride themselves on providing quality products and service at competitive rates and prices. Check out their gallery to see the work they’ve done, see their entire range of products and available colors, and get in touch for a free estimate.
With close to half a century of experience and satisfied customers, Budd Severino serves the Daytona Beach area and provides a variety of home exterior products and services, such as vinyl or aluminum siding, a variety of doors, panels, and shutters, handrails and fencing, carports, car enclosures, and more. Check out their complete set of offerings and get in touch for a quick quote.
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Just about everyone loves a good view, and you can tell by the money they’re willing to spend to get it. Hotel rooms, apartments, and homes with a good view of anything cost more than those that don’t, and people who can go out of their way to see some of the sights you wouldn’t normally see from street level just to take it all in. If you go someplace interesting, try to make it a point to find an attraction that gives you a view like nowhere else in that place does, and just savor it.
To give you some ideas of where to go and what to see, let’s look at five of some of the most interesting places where you can get a view like you can’t get anywhere else!
Completed in 1889, Paris, France’s Eiffel Tower is one of the world’s most recognizable cultural icons and tourist attractions. It has three levels with observation areas and restaurants, with the top level’s upper platform being the highest observation deck open to the public in the European Union, offering a great view of the Champ de Mars, the surrounding area, and the city at large. It even has a secret room that its original designer, Gustave Eiffel, intended to use as his own personal quarters at the top of the tower itself – now open to the public, of course. Click here to know more about visiting the Eiffel Tower.
A gift from the French dedicated in 1886, the iconic Statue of Liberty was constructed in France, then shipped and assembled on what is now known as Liberty Island in Manhattan, New York. Designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi and built by Gustave Eiffel, the copper statue is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has an observation deck inside her crown which provides a view of the island, the bay, and the immediate areas surrounding the region. Click here to know more about visiting the Statue of Liberty.
The Burj Khalifa is one of downtown Dubai, United Arab Emirates’ most recognizable attractions. Taking inspiration from Islamic architecture and elements from local culture and history, the neo-futurist building is the world’s tallest, standing 2,722 feet high, needing 57 elevators to ferry passengers between levels, and includes two of the world’s highest observation decks at the 124th and the 148th levels, respectively, offering visitors a bird’s eye view of the cityscape and the surrounding areas. Click here to find out more about visiting the Burj Khalifa.
The Grand Canyon Skywalk in Arizona, USA is a horseshoe-shaped bridge giving visitors an unobstructed view of the horizon as far as the eyes can see, along with a view of the canyon itself and the 800-foot drop from the bridge and its glass walkway. Commissioned and owned by the Hualapai Indian tribe, it was opened to the public in 2007, with astronauts Buzz Aldrin and John Herrington attending the ceremony, and it has also been the subject of a National Geographic documentary. Click here to find out more about visiting the Grand Canyon Skywalk.
Located in the Northern Limestone Alps, Austria’s Dachstein Skywalk is an observation deck that provides some of the most spectacular views of the surrounding area – and the views themselves can vary greatly depending on when you decide to visit. Will you see verdant greenery on a clear summer day, or will you time your visit to savor more of the snow-capped mountains and cloud cover hovering just beneath the peaks? Click here to know more about visiting the Dachstein Skywalk.
How about you – what sort of views do you enjoy the most?