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Certified Welding

Welding is an essential aspect of nearly every sheet metal shop around the world.

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An Old Form Of Art

Welding has been used since since before the 5th century. Although techniques have improved since, the basic fundamentals stand true today. Welding allows us to sculpt and join metals. This is accomplished with the use of heat. When metal reaches high enough temperatures, it allows us to manipulate it. Welding is not as simple as some may believe. In fact, when used incorrectly, a bad welding job could have disastrous results. From bridges, to buildings, to even food processing machines, accuracy is essential for welding metal. Wil-Clair has been in business for two decades. Our team members have been in the industry for even longer. We hope that you will look to us for all your welding needs.

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History Shaping Our Future

You don’t just wake up and know how to weld. Our team members have been in this industry for a combined century. We know metals, and we know how to work them. On a daily basis, we use our years of experience, knowledge, and training to ensure that every project is completed with precision. We don’t get stumped often, but when one of us does, another is there to lend a helping hand.

All of our team members have completed extensive training. Feel free to check out our Certifications page, for more information on our qualifications. Feel free to give our office a call at (816) 471-0141.

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Commitment To Quality

If there’s one thing that separates Wil-Clair from other sheet metal companies, it’s our passion for the industry. We don’t get to the office by 7:00am everyday just for the paycheck. We’re honored to create beautiful and long lasting products for our customers. Welding is a part of our daily routine. It’s not as simple as melting some metal together, it takes a high level of mathematical acumen and years of experience.

At Wil-Clair, we are committed to providing exceptional products, and exceeding our customer’s expectations. We aren’t going to rush through your project, just to get to the next one. We’re going to dedicate our time and craftsmanship to your project.