Welding Services

Welding is the cornerstone on which we started our business which also happens to be the cornerstone of much of what we do. We have experience in welding different metals to either repair or construct metal products.

Our team has experience in MIG, TIG, Stick and Plasma Arc welding. Our teams can weld both in our shop and in the field onsite at your location. Knowing which method to use is crucial to the success of your welding project and our team will work to understand the project and needs to recommend which type of welding is suited for the project. Learn more about each of these below and how they are used for joining different types of metals.

MIG Welding

MIG (metal inert gas) welding and metal active gas (MAG) is gas metal arc welding (GMAW). MIG welding is a welding process in which an electric arc forms between a consumable MIG wire electrode and the workpiece metal, which heats the workpiece metal, causing them to melt and join together. Along with the wire electrode, a shielding gas feeds through the welding gun, which shields the process from atmospheric contamination. There are also two different types of MIG welding where the first uses bare wire and the second flux core.

This method is widely used for machining metals such as stainless steel, copper, nickel, carbon steel, aluminum, and more. Of all welding processes, this is the most popular in the construction and automotive industry.

Stick Welding

Stick welding, also known as Arc welding, is doing it what is considered often to be the old fashioned way. Stick welding uses a stick electrode welding rod and requires more knowledge, skill, and experience to perform a quality weld. Our team has experienced stick welders who are skilled in stick welding. Stick welding uses a stick electrode welding rod and is more versatile in terms of the different types of metals and welds that can be done.

Stick welding is common and versatile to use making it widely used across many, many industries. There are many advantages to stick welding which is one of the reason it is so commonly used but there are also some limitations where other methods are better suited to certain materials or projects.

TIG Welding

TIG (tungsten inert gas) is another great welding technique that offers many versatile uses and often used to weld together thin and non-ferrous materials such as aluminum, steel, nickel alloys, copper alloys, cobalt and titanium. It is considered one of the most challenging because it requires skill with both hands to feed the rod while the other holds the TIG torch.

We have several members on our team who are trained and experienced with TIG welding. TIG is a technique that produces the highest quality welds and is often the only type of welding used for thin light metals or special alloys.

Field Work

We have several trucks all outfitted and capable of supporting field fabrication and welding. Our field crews are skilled to be able to come onsite to perform the work needed onsite.