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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.

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621 Ashlawn St SW, Roanoke, VA 24015
(540) 345-2031  
R C S Enterprises Inc Write review for this local business
2499 Laurel Hill Rd, Staunton, VA 24401
(540) 363-5979  
Rugged Metal Designs Inc Write review for this local business
1004 Red Hill Creek Rd, Dobson, NC 27017
(336) 352-5150  
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324 Berry Garden Rd, Kernersville, NC 27284
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201 Fayetteville St, Winston Salem, NC 27127
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Wv Metal Wholesalers Inc Write review for this local business
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USA Dutch Inc Write review for this local business
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Com Fab Inc Write review for this local business
6669 Alamance County Line Rd, Liberty, NC 27298
(336) 622-4959  
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.



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