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Sheet Metal Work Contractors In West Babylon

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Sheet Metal Work Contractors


Below is a list of businesses which provide Sheet Metal Work Contractors services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.



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Business Listing   Aberdeen Blower and Sheet Metal Works Inc - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 661-6100


Business Listing   Anthem Metal Products Inc - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 253-2702


Business Listing   Atlantic Sheet Metal Works Inc - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 253-4900


Business Listing   Babylon Iron Works Inc - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 643-3311


Business Listing   C J & C Sheet Metal Corporation - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 376-9425


Business Listing   Captain Soot Chimney Sweeps - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 225-2387


Business Listing   Ditmars Roofing & Sheet - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 777-8890


Business Listing   Hawkins Mini-Metal Corporation - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 420-9190


Business Listing   Jersey Street Metal Works Inc - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 253-9280


Business Listing   Kluge R G CO - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 694-6336


Business Listing   Leafguard Gutter Systems - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 669-2044


Business Listing   Metco Remodeling Corporation - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 376-1860


Business Listing   Milligan General Contracting Inc - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 669-0695


Business Listing   Rauscher Industries - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 501-7634


Business Listing   Roof Professional - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 587-7663


Business Listing   Spot Welding Specialists - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 643-8290


Business Listing   Total Air Conditioning Inc - West Babylon, NY - Phone: (631) 643-7772


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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 West Babylon, 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 West Babylon.

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