Texas Iron and metal is a family owned business started over 75 years ago, from its humble beginnings being in the back of a truck very much akin to the American dream making Max Moore a true inspiration, today the business is owned by Max Reichenthal, Mr. Moore’s grandson and since the business has flourished into a budding enterprise that now delivers buys and sells steel and metal product all across the nation with exclusive deals and dealings in the Houston area of Texas.
The Texas Iron and Metal company features a wide array selection of steel and metal products which include; angle irons, channel steel, UM plates, wide flange beams, standard I-beam, round bars (CR and HR), all sorts of piping, square and rectangular tubing, plates of steel, Sheet metal, floor plates, bar gratings, expanded metal, rebar, hex bars, tees, flanges, pipe fittings, welding wires and welding rods. These are all top-quality products that they may be offering but remember that at Texas iron and Metal they also sell surplus metal meaning that this may not be the only things for sale at the moment but also may be found at a discounted price on account of the price drop when you buy surplus steel supply in Houston. It is also worth noting that the folks at Texas Iron and Metal will deliver anywhere in the continental united states as well as have same day pickup for anyone in the Houston area, also for anyone in the Houston area there is a promotion where if you buy an order that is over four hundred dollars then you do not pay for deliver. Do not forget to take advantage of the fact that they will also cut and shape the steel product or metal product that you are purchasing to fit your needs and specifications at no extra charge, this coincidentally also makes it easier to transport the pieces so don’t be afraid to ask.
Steel channels are a specific type of product that the Texas Iron and Metal company carries it’s a C shaped cross section with 2 horizontal extensions called flanges and a vertical back part called a web this material is used because it is lighter than I beam though it is weaker, despite that though it offers much more support than the angle Iron and/or the flat bar without compromising the weight standard of the material. Most often the Steel channel can be used as a structural component in large scale buildings, sometimes also used as rafters, cross bracing or even studs. Although it has been known to be used for trailer structural builds or vehicle frames at Texas Iron and metal they are guaranteed to have Steel channels at prime grades and more often than not they have it also at the less than prime steel quality or surplus in case you would like to save some money on whatever project it is that you are working on at the moment.