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  • 28 years in business
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I can custom build mantles and install custom moulding. I can repair any wood work. I can build and install cabinets. I stick and mig weld black or red steel. Weld fences, gates , BBQ pits, toolboxes, bumpers etc.

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Personal Summary: I am an experienced MIG and MMA welder/fabricator with a background of successfully welding and fabricating stainless steel and various other metal components. I possess extensive knowledge of specialist welding machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance. I have worked on a variety of projects, using hand-welding and also flame-cutting equipment to cut or weld metal components or pipes. I have also been involved in performing routine servicing and repairs on specialist welding equipment. I am multiskilled, talented, confident, organized, and able to prioritize and meet deadlines. I am an excellent communicator, who can relate well with people at all levels, and I have the flexibility to work well as part of a team and also individually. I am approachable and able to build relationships quickly. I am able to read and work from detailed drawings. I have an excellent safety track record when working on a job. My key skills and competencies are as follows: * Constructing and repairing various metal parts by welding them together * Occasionally welding beams in other structures * Installing equipment and pipes such as lead pipes, valves, floors, and tank linings * Welding components in flat, vertical and also overhead positions * Accurately examining and measuring work pieces for defects, etc. * Cutting large metal objects into pieces to be discarded * Measuring work pieces with straightedges to ensure correct specifications * Preheating pipes and work pieces, using hand torch or heating furnace * Notifying managers of any defective or faulty equipment or material * Constantly monitoring the fitting, burning, and welding processes * Removing rough spots or loose metal from work pieces * Fusing metal segments, using processes such as gas tungsten arc, gas metal arc, and flux-cored arc * Experience of working in home construction and manufacturing * Safety conscious and able to provide and ensure a safe working environment to work in * Able to work at heights on scaffolds, etc. * Experience in HPHW systems installation and fabrication * Able to work from technical drawings

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Edmund B.
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Kevin had s week thought out curriculum for my welding lessons and made sure I was tracking with him as he went on.

  • 13 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Arty W.
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Hired Bobbys World Welding to weld an art project that consisted of 100+ small pieces. He did an exceptional job. Every piece in the right spot with small welds tha didnt show and detract from the aesthetic of the project. He completed the project the same day i took it to him. It cost more than was estimated but the jib was so well done it was worth the extra $$ I would hire them again for either coarse or the finest welding projects. Very satisfied.

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My services include fabrication and repair. Please give me a call for more information or for any question you may have.

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We specialize in industrial and commercial welding, education and inspection. We are experienced in structural steel, bridge, and industrial piping.

  • 4 years in business
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Our objective is to provide customers with superior-quality equipment at reasonable costs and at such a level that their expectations are exceeded. We are providing timely individual support and being in tune with customers' needs. If interested, e-mail us for a quote.

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My job as a metal welder is to help fellow lawn owners by supplying them with lawn mowers. One thing that makes my business stand out is the quality the workers put into their work. Also, the working area of the employees is very organized.

  • 17 years in business
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We can weld anything, TIG, MIG, Stick, Braze weld- Stainless, Aluminum, Copper, Mild Steels, ETC. Plasma Cutting, Torch cutting processes.

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How do I become a welder?

Welders, skilled professionals who are qualified to operate welding machines, cutters, solderers and brazers, make an average of $30,000-$65,000 across the U.S., depending largely on location and experience. The first step to becoming a welder is taking welding classes, which are offered by private instructors, through welding programs at junior colleges, through vocational programs and at trade schools. Most welding classes emphasize hands-on training — you may spend some time in the classroom, but, according to the American Welding Society (AWS), about 80 percent of your training time is spent learning and practicing making different kinds of welds. After you complete a welding program, you need to find either an apprenticeship or an entry-level job; many programs have job assistance services that can help with your first placement. You will vastly increase your chance of landing a great first job — and boost your salary — if you also earn welding certifications through the AWS. Start by becoming a Certified Welder, proving that you know the procedures used in the structural steel, petroleum pipeline, sheet metal and chemical refinery welding industries. You can grow in your career by earning certifications as a welding engineer, inspector or instructor.