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Sheet Metal Work Contractors In Binghamton

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Sheet Metal Work Contractors

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Business Listing   All Types Roofing - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 724-4088

Business Listing   American Building Construction - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-5280

Business Listing   Bennett Ron Home Improvements - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 669-4551

Business Listing   Binghamton Slag Roofing CO Inc - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-7221

Business Listing   Brookdale Builder - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-2786

Business Listing   C & C Welding & Services - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 724-5842

Business Listing   C S and K Sheet Metal Inc - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 797-4499

Business Listing   Downstate Heating & Cooling - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-3711

Business Listing   Green E Restoration & Roofing - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 231-8640

Business Listing   John Tokos Roofing - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 724-0313

Business Listing   Lieberman Max Heating & Sheet Metal - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-0309

Business Listing   Pat Cornell & Son Inc - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 724-1292

Business Listing   Robert J Green Jr & Son - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-5476

Business Listing   T J Madison Construction CO Inc - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 771-7541

Business Listing   Tarco Steel Inc - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 775-1500

Business Listing   Titchener Iron Works - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 724-4241

Business Listing   Tri City Sheet Metal Inc - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 724-8831

Business Listing   Weathermaster Roofing CO - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (518) 445-8100

Business Listing   Weathermaster Roofing CO Inc - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-3222

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Helpful Definition for: Sheet Metal Work Contractors

Simple metal formed into thin and flat pieces are known as 'sheet metal'. It is one of the fundamental forms used in metalworking and can be cut and bent into a variety of different shapes and sizes. In Binghamton, huge number of everyday objects is constructed with sheet metal. There are different metals that can be made into sheet metal like aluminum, brass, copper, steel, etc. Sheet metal has applications in car bodies, airplane wings, medical tables, roofs for buildings and many other things. Metal work contractors are people who work with metals to create individual parts, assemblies, or large scale structures. The term covers a wide range of work from large ships and bridges to precise engine parts and delicate jewelry. It, therefore, includes a correspondingly wide range of skills, processes, and tools. Metalworking is a science, art, hobby, industry and trade in Binghamton.

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