We have a team of professional MIG welders who can answer any questions you might have about the process of MIG welding.
Metal inert gas (MIG) welding is a type of arc welding that involves the use of a continuously fed wire, which acts as a filler material. Since it uses this filter material, MIG welding is preferred among experts for welding thicker objects together. The process works because it doesn’t require complete heating throughout the metal to establish a strong bond. Using that filler material also makes the process easier to control than other types of welding that use inert gas, such as tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. Both of these processes have their own unique applications, which is why it’s important to hire a welding company that understands the differences and knows when to use which option.
At Master Metal Fabrication, our MIG welders specialize in this process. When we provide you with a complimentary quote for your welding project, we’ll determine what type of welding process will be the best option. If a MIG welder will deliver the best results, that is who will work on your job. We understand the differences between welding processes and will always choose the option that offers durability, performance, and visual appeal.
Our welding services are available to commercial clients located in Statesville, North Carolina and much of the surrounding area. We have a team of professional MIG welders who can answer any questions you might have about the process of MIG welding, as well as why it’s a good option for your specific project, so contact us today for more information.