We employ a team of skilled welders, pipe fitters, and sheet metal technicians who produce and fabricate materials used in all of our plumbing and HVAC work. Our Fabrication Team allows our workers on-site to quickly install pre-assembled systems and to acquire specialized duct work and piping needed to adapt to job site conditions. We maximize job site efficiency, cost-efficiency, and adaptability by producing and fabricating our own high quality HVAC and plumbing systems prepared exactly to specification.
In our sheet metal shop, our experienced sheet metal technicians make all of the HVAC duct work – including square duct, spiral duct, and duct fittings – used in both our new construction and service projects.
This plasma cutter is programmed to cut pieces of metal up to ½ inch thick. This machine allows us to make duct work fittings that match our project plans exactly because it is programmed using AutoCAD project drawings.
This coil line makes complete sections of rectangular duct work that are installed at job sites. It holds many different gauges of steel in 10,000 pound coils; this allows us to reduce time and labor spent making duct for all of our projects.
This spiral duct machine makes the iconic spiral duct that can be seen in the ceilings of common restaurants, warehouses, and super centers where HVAC duct work is exposed.
On the other side of our sheet metal shop, we have skilled welders who put mechanical piping together. Mechanical piping includes chilled water, heating water, and natural gas piping. Our welders can weld, thread, and groove many types of piping, including pipes that range from ¼ inch to 54 inch in size and are made of such materials as stainless steel, cast iron, carbon steel, and aluminum.
Our welders are certified under American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC) Standard B31.1: Power Piping and Section IX: Welding and Brazing Qualifications. Work is performed according to the various applicable codes including ANSI B 31.1, B 31.3, B 31.5, B 31.8, B 31.9, and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 99. Inspections, quality control, and quality assurance are supervised by an American Welding Society (AWS) QC1 Certified Welding Inspector (CWI). Typical procedures performed by our welders are shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), and submerged arc welding (SAW).
In our plumbing fabrication shop we assemble all of the piping needed for the plumbing systems we install in new buildings using copper, cast iron, and PVC piping. Our plumbers solder and pro-press copper pipe used in plumbing systems.