pre·ci·sion: The quality, condition, or fact of being exact and accurate. Services include CNC machining, electrical repairs & trouble shooting plus mechanical services (welding, general machining, design & fabrication). Precision Works is owned and operated by Barry Milton, who holds an Associate of Engineering degree in Instrumentation Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Education. Combined with this are years of practical experience and in-depth knowledge relating to Electrical and Mechanical systems. Please visit the contact page for location details and the various ways in which to best contact Precision Works.
Rates for all in-shop services such as machining, fabrication and welding are $75/hour (during normal business hours) plus material costs. The minimum charge for any job is $25.
All work will be invoiced to the customer when required via a PayPal invoice or you may send your payment to www.PrecisionWeldTig@hotmail.com. If you have any questions regarding this payment method please do not hesitate to ask us using the contact form or details available on the contact page.
To receive a more accurate quote regarding the work you would like completed, please contact us directly via details provided on the contact page. When getting in touch, please include or have ready a description of the desired work and any technical drawings or photos you have along with your name and contact information. We will do our best to get back to you quickly with the information you desire.
Q - You list quite a few different areas that you work in. Is there anything that you can't do?
A - Precision Works tries to be a one stop shop for mechanical & electrical work. Each project is thoroughly evaluated prior to acceptance to ensure that it is completed to the absolute highest possible standard. If we feel at any stage that the work we are planning to do is beyond the capabilities of our staff, or will not be completed as originally intended, we will gladly refer a customer to another business that is fully capable.
Q - Obviously you do your own work, but you also mention that you provide outsourcing. Couldn't a customer find these other shops on their own & deal directly with them?
A - Many of the specialty shops that Precision Works partner with prefer to have us sort out a project for feasibility prior to handing the work to them. A customer looking for the best supplier might easily contact 20 prospective shops & find only 2 or 3 capable of performing the work. By matching your requirements to the best available shops Precision Works can save you time, money, and ultimately prevent any possible frustration.
Q - I understand that for fabrication work the more information I can provide you with the better. However, I have also been told that a drawing of the job plus the expected load on the structure is required. Why is this necessary?
A - The more accurately a project is described the better our estimate can be. Drawings and material specifications are extremely beneficial in the planning stages - the more information we can get early on, the less we have to ask later and as with everything this translates directly into time spent on the job. Our ultimate goal is to provide a solution that works well at the lowest possible cost. The more information we can get at the start, the better the end result will be.
Q - Is it possible to stop by your shop to discuss a project, even though the proposed work is only in the planning stage?
A - Certainly. However before you do please phone, text or email before you come to ensure that we are around. Much of our work is off site and we don't want to waste your time if you show up and no one's home!