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I wanted to reposition the factory wheel fender on my trailer which required welding it in a new location. He did a GREAT job on it, with clean and thorough welds that look better than the original. The welds are strong enough to hold my weight up, whereas the factory welds weren't. Completely happy with Jordan's work.Feb 7, 2016
Jordan welded a few different things for me while I was restoring an old car. They were very nice high quality welds and I will definitely contact him whenever I need something welded.Jan 24, 2016
The job is difficult, but Jordan jumped in and did everything he was asked. He was timely and turned up exactly when he said he would. Great work ethic.Jan 24, 2016
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We work closely with our customers to determine what makes the most sense for the project. Some projects are hourly, others are fixed price.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Typically things start by learning what the customer wants done and the desired end state of the project. We discuss what type of metals and materials are involved with the project (steel, aluminum, stainless etc). Figure out where the work would be done at (on site vs at the shop). We discuss time lines for when the project must be done by and discuss time and dates when the work can be done. If everything above is a good fit for both parties we go into detail about the project such as amount of materials, designs, measurements, review any pictures, estimation of labor hours and any needed material. This information is used to give an estimate to the customer.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?College classes on welding Finishing 2nd year welding program at a vocational school. Loudoun County Adult Education course on welding