We build your parts right. We want you to see how good we are in every job you give us. We take great pride in finishing your order with care and craftsmanship.
Our goal is to deliver the highest quality parts we can make at sane, honest prices.
We know you have changes sometimes. We don’t get cranky when you have to make them.
We find creative solutions to problems. Your part is our canvas. We want you to notice the artistry that goes into delivering you a beautiful project.
We're not committed to an insane asylum yet...but we are absolutely committed and dedicated to turning your vision, your project, into a beautiful reality.
We’re small and sincere. Every individual part you order is extremely important to us. We will shepherd your project from inception to the shipping dock. We're here to help you every step of the way.
History. Community. Family. Integrity.
In 1950, Steven Csosz rented a one car garage in Los Angeles for $15/month and started bending wire by hand to make limited production lamp shades. Shortly thereafter, he borrowed $300 from the Bank of America and purchased wire forming tools and rolling machines. In 1977, Steven moved the business to Gardena and started offering other manufacturing services to the Los Angeles basin and beyond. In 1977, his son, Steve, joined the business. Together they created a business built on quality, service and value. Steve retired in 1993 at the age of 78. Son Steve brought us on in 2013, and he still mentors and coaches us and is an ambassador for Csosz Manufacturing.
Today, we are still a family owned and operated company. We are proud to carry on the traditions of the Csosz family by offering our customers unparalleled quality and value. We are committed to 100% customer satisfaction.
Meet The Family Who Continues to Build The Csosz Manufacturing Name
We love what we do. We take in pride in the value, quality and service that we provide. We look forward to working with you on your next project. From conception to delivery, we can't wait to bring your project to reality.
President & CEO
This process takes off unwanted (usually sharp) pieces of metal.
We use welders, brake presses, tube benders, and a host of other machines to form metal into whatever shape you need.
Metal gets heated up to get joined to other metal pieces or formed into a shape. We do MIG and TIG.
A machine that drills cuts and shapes metal.
Polishes, sands, and makes things shiny.
A big machine drops down with a big boom and parts fall out.
Puts holes of all sizes exactly where you want them.
Makes and shapes round objects.