Weld and Arts- metal work and fabrication

Founded in 2010, Weld and Arts Inc is a company that provides services for all your needs in custom metal fabrication. Situated in Houston, we are able to provide these services to clients in the area, as well as reach out with the same nation wide and indeed the world over. The founder of the company, Mr. Adrian Martinez has profound knowledge in the metal working field, and you can be sure that the quality of work that you get is excellent. Whether you would like a personalized design, or would like your gates and railings custom made for you prior to installation, we have all the materials to meet your needs. There are various services that we offer in order to meet a client’s needs, often incorporating the use of custom metal.

Starting off with metal fabrication, it is important to recognize that unlike the beginning of the metal age; today metal work has gained popularity and is getting advanced by the day. One of the core activities at the metal shop in the company is the combination of two or more metals which undergo metal fabrication and whose use can be found in just about any industry. Generally speaking, metal fabrication makes a reference to the process through which machines are made from their raw materials. Closely linked to metal fabricating are procedures that involve welding, metal working as well as assembly.

Some of the work that we do at the company’s facilities includes the construction of various metals, structural frames in addition to pieces intended for aesthetic value. Such activities will involve the use of structural steel, galvanized steel as well as different forms of sheet metal. This is on a small scale of metal working. When we embark on using custom metal for larger projects, we go through a bidding process, just like anyone else, and when we get the contract then work can commence. For such a large project, there are six essential steps that must be observed.

The six steps of metal fabrication include: engineering, cutting of the metal, burning (sometimes referred to as the molten stage), forming, machining (ideally an automated procedure, but which calls for undivided attention by the engineers), welding and finally, assembly. Of special mention is aluminum welding, a common procedure especially because aluminum is commonly used in projects of this nature. Galvanized steel and structural steel may also be used, but this is dependent on the client’s specifications. As part of the team, we have engineers who will handle the different equipment required for the successful completion of the job.

Also on board are highly skilled individuals who handle the welding process. This is a fundamental procedure, especially when one is working with sensitive metals. Once this is complete, assembly is finalized and usually involves inspection to see to it that the quality of work is unrivalled. This is what you are in for once we get to work on your projects. We have the capacity to fabricate custom metal to just about any needs a client may have.