contact info & links

contacting us

  • Our main email is
  • Our mailing address: P.O. Box 714, Parrish, FL 34219
  • We may be reached by phone at (941) 776-8166
  • For Orlando and Surrounding Areas, contact Tres Theis at (407) 460-5020 or email (For All Other Areas, call 941-776-8166)
  • In Orlando, we’re at 10577 Rocket Blvd, Orlando, Florida 32824
Also, ask Sales manager Tres Theis to put you on our email list.

For social media, we're on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.


The following is a list of links to quality ice carvers that offer our products, and vendors and resources that we highly recommend, and are recommended by:

Need ice sculptures for New Orleans or parts of the Gulf Coast that we don’t usually serve? ice dragon ice sculptures serves Louisiana (mainly New Orleans & Baton Rouge) Southern Alabama, Mississippi, & the panhandle of Florida (Destin, Pensacola, etc.) Ice Pro and ice dragon together can provide ice sculptures for virtually anywhere near Florida’s Gulf Coast!

Arctic Ice ~ serving the Greater Tampa Bay area

Looking for our similar sounding friends offering quality ice sculptures in the New York area? Visit Ice Sculpture Pro.

visit [photography] by Kristin Salisbury and take a look at more from the photographer that shot some great photos of our ice work at ICEBAR Orlando

other photos on our website are courtesy of Alfred Gordon Photography

...and here’s a good resource for other wedding-related needs in Florida: Wedding Venues in Florida

We love working with and hanging out at the coolest bar in the U.S., ICEBAR Orlando!
Want to find out lots more about the art of sculpting ice? We work closely with the one of the web's best destinations for all sorts of info about ice sculptures. You’ll see us regularly featured on

We get our ice carving tools and equipment from the best source for ice sculpting tools:

You’ll also find us on, a brand new website promoting quality ice sculptors around the U.S.

You’ll also find us listed on the Top 200 ice sculpture companies

*NEW* Articles page: And, on a pretty unrelated topic, we’ve begun compiling some of the ice sculpting-articles that Joe Rimer has written in the past on this page