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The Rusty Texan creates metal art

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FLORESVILLE -- If you are in the market for a new entryway to your property, or perhaps need a metal sign of some kind, Brandon Blandford of The Rusty Texan just may be the guy to talk to.

Located at 5834 F.M. 537, The Rusty Texan stands ready to construct metal art, signs, and custom entryways, and can handle other custom welding projects. Blandford has been working with metal for years, and recently expanded his operation with the purchase of a computer-aided plasma machine. The cutter allows him to execute nearly any shape, pattern, or design, and in a fraction of the time.

Unlike some competitors, The Rusty Texan uses all custom designs created by the customers.

“We build anything you can imagine,” Blandford said.

For more information, call Brandon Blandford at 210-416-6975, email, or visit

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