Lexington metal specialties

Other Related Categories in
Lexington, Kentucky

Find metal specialties near
Lexington, Kentucky
 Ages Brookside
 Bear Branch
 Betsy Layne
 Big Creek
 Big Laurel
 Blue River
 Boons Camp
 Bryants Store
 Cannel City
 Clay City
 Crab Orchard
 East Bernstadt
 East Point
 Elkhorn City
 Fall Rock
 Flat Lick
 Fords Branch
 Forest Hills
 Gays Creek
 Goose Rock
 Gravel Switch
 Gray Hawk
 Grays Knob
 Green Road
 Hazel Green
 Hi Hat
 Holmes Mill
 Junction City
 Kettle Island
 Kings Mountain
 Lick Creek
 Lost Creek
 Marshes Siding
 Mary Alice
 Mc Andrews
 Mc Carr
 Mc Dowell
 Mc Kee
 Mc Kinney
 Mc Roberts
 Mount Sterling
 Mount Vernon
 New Liberty
 North Middletown
 Oil Springs
 Olive Hill
 Paint Lick
 Parkers Lake
 Perry Park
 Pine Knot
 Pine Ridge
 Pine Top
 Pippa Passes
 Renfro Valley
 Robinson Creek
 Russell Springs
 Saint Helens
 Salt Lick
 Sandy Hook
 Science Hill
 Sextons Creek
 Shelby Gap
 South Portsmouth
 South Shore
 South Williamson
 Stamping Ground
 Stoney Fork
 Tutor Key
 Van Lear
 Wallins Creek
 West Liberty
 West Somerset
 West Van Lear
 Whitley City

Metal Specialties

It can be both interesting and rewarding working in the business of selling metal specialty products. This is why many people get involved with this unique field. In this line of work, you will often handle a variety of roll formed iron pipes, threaded stainless steel screws and bolts, and aluminum panels. It is your job to sell specialty metal products that can be molded and rolled by industrial professionals. Some common tools you may see in this field are stamping equipment, welding tools, and devices for bending metal.

There is a certain degree of training involved with working as a specialty metal professional. This on-the-job training allows you to become well-informed about industrial cabling, stainless steel sheet metal and threaded alloy screws. Industrial and commercial builders use rolled metal bars and industrial cabling for all kinds of tasks. While one buyer may need metal bolts for securing storage racks, another may require iron rails for constructing a type of track. It all just depends on the buyer’s preferences. However, it is up to you to be able to answer certain questions regarding specialty metal products and how they are made.

In a field like this, you will work daily with other metal supply professionals. You may also work with a number of customers on a regular basis.

Fabricators & Manufacturers Association
Dedicated to the licensed professionals in the metal fabrication industry with our professional association. See how you can network with other industry professionals and stay updated on industry news.
Write review for this local business

Integris Metals Write review for this local business
920 Old Brunerstown Rd, Shelbyville, KY 40065
(502) 633-7770  
Ryerson Tull Write review for this local business
920 Old Brunerstown Rd, Shelbyville, KY 40065
(502) 844-2278  
Power Mount Energy Write review for this local business
2260 Highway 192, Somerset, KY 42501
(606) 679-2896  
Freedom Metals Inc Write review for this local business
32 Revis Rd, West Liberty, KY 41472
(606) 743-9437  
B & D Machinists Inc Write review for this local business
1350 Us Highway 50, Milford, OH 45150
(513) 831-8588  
Metal One America Inc Write review for this local business
7245 Algonquin Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45243
(513) 271-6161  
Metal Supermarkets Cincinnati Write review for this local business
4766 Dues Dr Unit C, Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 942-8222  
Accumet Specialty Metals Write review for this local business
5188 Duff Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 874-9772  
Titan Metal Fabrictrs Inc Write review for this local business
6232 Centre Park Dr Ste B, West Chester, OH 45069
(513) 755-6940  
Lantek Systems Inc Write review for this local business
5412 Courseview Dr Ste 140, Mason, OH 45040
(513) 492-8298  
Metals Plus Write review for this local business
6833 Socialville Foster Rd, Mason, OH 45040
(513) 754-3022  
In your search for a metal specialty professional, shop around. Ask others in the business which professionals they contract with on a regular basis for quality craftsmanship. Go online to research which metal specialties interest you. Do you prefer threading or stamping? Are you looking for cabling or railings? Metal products can be sold in sheets. There are several different techniques to producing hand-crafted metal products. Go online to research the latest in metal specialties to find the right design and type for you. Learn how metal specialists can weld and roll the material into various shapes and sizes. Find companies that can produce the metal furniture you want. When searching for the right company for you, research the company's years in business and customer testimonials online. When you contact the business are you treated with respect? Are staff members friendly and accommodating? If not, look elsewhere. Ask about dimensions of metal furniture. Ask detailed questions about the processes used. If you want to take on a project yourself, you can purchase metal from dealers or your local hardware store. You can choose bronze, aluminum, alloys, or stainless steel. Ask an employee which type of metal is best for your particular project. If you'd prefer to buy the metal products already assembled from a metal specialty expert, focus on companies that design what you need. Remember to inquire about installation and assembly services.