Below are some of our most frequently asked questions and answers.
Deco started business in 1955 in Decatur, IL.
Decatur, IL and performs all work at the same facility including engineering.
Deco has tens of thousands of customers including general contractors for anchors, and fortune 100 companies.
Yes, we have supplied our products to over 120 countries.
Deco is focused on providing heavy-duty adjustable anchors & material handling products that fit each customers unique needs.
Our facility in Decatur, IL. We sell direct to the customer to assure you get what you need, when you need it.
We have customers in just about every industry from steel mills to Department of Defense, NASA, mining equipment manufacturers, auto, pharmaceutical, just to name a few.
Yes, we accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express.
Deco warrants all of its products to be free from defects in workmanship and material for a period of one year from shipment. Please contact our office with any issues or to request full warranty details (217-872-6450).
Yes, we oftentimes can ship anchors within a few days.
Yes, we enjoy seeing our customers facilities and are more than happy to help. This is very beneficial to your company and current project(s).
Yes, we enjoy having customers visit, please call the office to schedule a time, 217-872-6450.
Yes, we would be happy to quote what you need.
The Deco engineering team utilizes various software technologies including AutoCAD, Draftsight, SolidWorks, Pro/E, Inventor.
Yes, we offer anchors in several finishes HDG, plain and stainless.
Every quote for anchors reflect the wholesale price. Every customer is quoted the same price including national bolt companies.
Deco is not a licensed professional engineering firm. Any professional engineering services will be provided by an independently contracted professional engineer and/or profession engineering firm.
Deco requires international customers to schedule pickup from our facility and provide all documentation for international transit.
Yes, we review the issues and discuss with everyone involved including the floor workers to come up with a solution to eliminate your current issues.
This is a tough to narrow to just one. Here are a couple. Anchoring the space shuttle solid boosters to earth for testing after the Challenger Disaster. Engineering manipulators, custom tooling and turntables to help with fighter jet manufacturing.