Cedar Steel is capable of overseeing the support for your structure’s corner-bearing loads with made-for-purpose steel angles in Sydney

Steel Angles

Also known as Structural Steel Angle, L-beam, Angle Iron, or L Steel Angle

L-beams cover and lend support to corners in a building and other structures. 

As a structural steel fabricator in Sydney, we have over 30 years of experience in assisting carpenters, builders and business owners with their structural steel needs, including steel angles or L-beams. 

We can oversee all aspects of your structural angles, along with your other structural steel requirements with design, advice, fabrication, quality control, speedy delivery and installation.

Get end-to-end solutions to your customised requirements:

  • Equal Angles
  • Unequal Angles
  • Thinner and Thicker Angles

As a fabrication company, we are able to supply angles in the exact dimensions and quantities that you need. 


Our fabricators provide equal and unequal angles in Zinc Phosphate Primer to fit Australian industry standards. If you require a different finish, our team can also provide these other options on request:

  • Powder Coating
  • Hot Dip Galvanised Finish
  • Hot Zinc Spray
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What is a Structural Steel Angle?

A steel angle is a type of structural steel beam, used for adding strength, support and stability to buildings. Structural angles commonly have an ‘L’ cross-section or shape, by joining together at a perpendicular, 90 degree angle. Similar to other structural steel products they are made through hot-rolling mild steel. 

Steel L angles are commonly used for bed frames, box trailers, structures and shelving. Its unique design gives it great bending resistance, in any direction. Similar to other structural steel beams and supports; the larger it is, the more weight it is able to take. 

What is an Equal Steel Angle?

Equal steel angles are steel angles with both ends equal in size and thickness.

What is an Unequal Steel Angle?

Unequal steel angles are the opposite. One end of the ‘L-shape’ is shorter, and one end is longer in this design.

Applications for Steel L Angles across industries

L-beams are often used for framing, shelving, brackets, trims, and reinforcements, among other uses. 

For Residential Use:

  • Indoor and outdoor structural applications
  • Supporting components
  • Windows and door frames 
  • We offer a 48-hour turnaround service for Residential Projects

For Commercial Use:

  • Structural Applications and Support Components
  • Shelving for Retail
  • Offices
  • Mezzanine floors to expand retail space
  • Manufacturing parts for large steel products such as washing machines or large ovens

For Industrial Use:

  • Warehouses and storehouses
  • Automotive Manufacturing
  • Warehouse Mezzanine Floors 

For Civil Use: 

  • Bridges