Fernandes Welding has a wide range of experience with different welding technologies and chooses the techniques that are right for your project.

Stick (or Shielded Metal Arc) Welding

Stick Welding is the most common welding technology. It uses metal rods and electricity to create the weld. Stick welding can be used in a wide range of applications because it doesn’t require water or gas to create the weld. While stick welding can be used in a wide range of applications, it’s art form that requires years of training and experience.

Our mobile welding service enables us to work at your job site and perform metal to metal repairs on structures and equipment in a variety of materials:

  • Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Cast Iron
  • Aluminum
  • Galvanized Steel

TIG or Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

TIG welding uses electric arcs and tungsten electrodes for welding thin sheets of metal. The process is easier to control and well suited for welding projects involving thin metals, titanium and stainless steel.

MIG (Metal Inert Gas) Welding

MIG Welding uses inert gasses to prevent oxidation, control the welding process and provide a steadier melt. It has a wide range of applications including very thin sheets of metal. MIG welding can be used with a wide range of metals including aluminum, stainless steel and titanium.