The Only Two Buildings in the World that Don't Need Stainless Steel Corner Guards

by Boss Steel on December 15, 2015

Our original plan for this blog post was to claim that all buildings in the world would benefit by installing stainless steel corner guards. A quick consultation with the experts, however, was all it took to convince us that we'd made a slight miscalculation. There are actually two buildings that have no need of corner guards.

The Only Two Buildings in the World that Don't Need Stainless Steel Corner Guards:

Building One: Saint Peter's Basilica (The Vatican). With armed guards, velvet ropes, and bullet-proof glass protecting the precious treasures of marble inside, The Vatican doesn't let the masses near any of the corners of the building. So their corners are safe regardless. Besides that, the stainless steel would clash with all that gold.

Building Two: The Myseum of Toronto. This innovative photography museum does not require corner guards for the simple reason that it does not actually have any walls. It's a portable show that goes where the people are. No walls, no need for corner guards.

Other than those two special situations, all other buildings in the world could benefit from the protection of stainless steel corner guards. Unless your building does not have walls or is part of the Holy See, chances are high that you need them too. With various lengths and thicknesses available, there's a size and style of guard perfect for every situation.  Please feel free to contact us if you have questions or concerns regarding which variety is right for you. We look forward to working with you!