Inland Welding Offers Mobile Welding Services

April 26, 2023 at 17:54

CA based Inland Welding would like to offer their mobile welding services to clients in Greater Los Angeles, Inland Empire and the Orange County area. Having been in the industry for many years, the company has long become accustomed to delivering a high degree of customer satisfaction and exceptional quality assurance.

Their mobile welding service is certified to weld steel, aluminum and stainless steel and comes at a highly competitive rate. Inland Welding’s services meet the high standard set by the industry thanks to their skilled welding professionals who possess all the proficiency and training expected of a top class welder.

In addition to mobile welding, the company offers weldment and fabrication. Their stated mission is to make average daily metallic equipment function as if it were brand new through their state-of-the-art welding services. They can help clients fix, repair and maintain their assets, and their capabilities represent the most practical and economical method of joining together metallic surfaces without having to worry about issues like rust, pours and corrosion.

There are many local welding companies to choose from, but Inland Welding is considered one of the most reliable thanks to the company’s many years of experience. Boasting more than two decades in the industry, they have made it their job to ensure that clients always understand — and experience — the value of working with an expert. They consider welding to be an art that takes into account many variables.

How a piece of metal that is to be welded is treated depends on the type of weldment being done and its unique properties. The company says, “Some of the variables for Shielded metal arc welding / Stick welding / SMAW being a rod like an electrode with a powdered coating, the flux burns or melts, which in return creates a shield that protects the metal from oxygen, a filler metal, slag disposal. MIG / Metal Inert Gas Welding / Gas Metal Arc Welding / GMAW operates by feeding a wire to the joint and a bottle of gas flowing from the machine to the handle that protects the welds that have been created from the external environment, i.e. the air present.”

They add, “With Flux Core Arc Welding / FCAW a wire with a flux in the center of it or a combination of the flux in the center of the wire and a shielded gas from a bottle and in TIG / Tungsten Inert Gas Welding a gas flowing through a non-consumable rod made of tungsten operates by heating the metal that is to be welded, and the filler metal is halted and manually added when required.”

The company prides itself on being able to finish any welding job within tight deadlines, with even the most difficult tasks being done within 24 hours of a request. Anything worth creating or maintaining is generally left to professionals like those at Inland Welding, and the company guarantees that any job that they are trusted with is done right the first time. As a family owned-and-operated business, Inland Welding understands the importance of being a positive presence in the community, and they seek to be a positive presence by producing high quality work wherever they go.

Inland Welding has received a number of excellent reviews from pleased clients. David K, who worked with Inland Welding on a piece of art, says about the welding company, “Juan was great! He was super helpful with welding my hard art piece. He made sure everything was perfect and even helped me clean up when we were done. I would definitely recommend him to anyone looking for a mobile welder.”

Diana V. similarly says, “Juan is a talented welder. He was very helpful and knowledgeable. He was able to do the job quickly and efficiently. I would definitely recommend him to anyone in need of mobile welding services.”

Learn more about Inland Welding and some of their services by visiting the company’s website. The company is always ready to take on new challenges and aims to produce excellent results every time.


For more information about Inland Welding, contact the company here:

Inland Welding
Juan Moreno
(323) 743-9394