Spanish Ornamental – Staircases

Owner of Spanish Ornamental staircases in a red t-shirt with his sons in black t-shirts standing up

Spanish Ornamental – Staircases

The Home Bulletin September 9, 2013

Staircase artisans provide excellence in product and service

Fine workmanship, precision in assembly and installation and customer service is the foundation for Spanish Ornamental

Spanish Ornamental was started in 1966 by ironworker brothers Luigi and Alfeo Pizzolitto. They produced custom wrought iron products for their clients. Their reputation for the workmanship soon spread throughout the industry and more and more contracts came their way. By 1973 they were specializing in staircases and had added a woodworking department to the metal working plant.

The impeccable workmanship, meticulous hand finishing, and artistic talents, that had established their reputation for quality, made them a favourite for builders, designers and architects.

Today, co-founder Luigi Pizzolitto is still president, but is gradually withdrawing from the day-to-day operations. His son Remo has become vice-president and manager, Remo has worked at every job in the plant over the last twenty years and is intimately aware of every last detail in producing the fine works of art that are their staircases.

“My main job”, says Remo, “is to work with the customer and to give him exactly what he wants.”

Remo will personally go to the clients home to take measurements and then bring the customer into the showroom where there are various styles to select from.

“We treat every customer as a family member” he says.

Customer Tony Iadeluca of St.Leornard, who has a wrought iron staircase installed, said:

“It’s an amazing product. The company is very professional; they came several times to recheck the measurements before they installed each section. The wood railings exactly matched my doors. I am very happy with the job and I would definitely recommend them.”


This satisfaction was echoed by customer Nick Feldman of St.Laurent who had a three-floor staircase installed.

“I was very happy with the service” he says. “It was excellent. Top notch! I appreciated that they were flexible with the installation timeline. I had other estimates and Spanish Ornemental was definitely the best. You get good value for your money.”

Based on the reaction of the customers interviewed, it is obvious that Remo is a follower of the family tradition of excellence. He will soon be joined in the business by his younger brother Nevio (a professional soccer player recently retired from the Montreal Impact).

For more information go to www.spanishornamental.com