If you’re shopping around for steel fabrication services, you’ve probably been looking into some of the larger manufacturers out there. You might even be considering taking your business to an overseas manufacturer. Working with the big manufacturers has its advantages, and many people are drawn to them because they believe they can get the job done for a lower price. However, this isn’t always the case, and many times working with a big company comes with disadvantages. Here, see how Tri-Mac can help you enjoy the best of both worlds: The efficiency of a large shop with the personal service of a community business.
The Pros and Cons of Choosing a Large Steel Fabrication Service
Would you believe it if we told you that working with Tri-Mac came with the pros and eliminated the cons? It’s true! Having been in business since 1982, we’ve built up a comprehensive shop complete with high-grade equipment that allows us to take on a wide range of projects – even extra-large projects. Because of our years of experience, we’re also able to come up with highly-efficient processes that keep our prices competitive with the big shops.
And of course, customer service and quality are our priorities. We carefully design each step of the process to yield the best outcome and keep our customers informed on what to expect.
We’re Passionate About What We Do
At large factories, many workers have gotten into steel fabrication services because they see it as an easy job. Our crew, on the other hand, has decades of experience and love what they do. When we take on a new client, we seek to do a great job so we can form a lasting partnership. In actuality, we’ve been working with many of our clients, notably since the 1980s!
Furthermore, we work hard to stay up-to-date on the latest technologies and techniques. For instance, our welders are AWS D1.1 certified, so they’re always working to refine their craft and stay ahead of the curve.
These are just a few of the many reasons that Tri-Mac Manufacturing can allow you to enjoy the best of both worlds: The efficiency of a large shop and the personal touch of a community business.