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We engaged Sydney Welding to handrail installation our house. They had a wide range of handrail design, we choose one of the best from many options. Very happy with the work they did for us!



I am so impressed with the quality of their work. They built a beautiful fence around our pool and we are glad to have it for entertaining our Guests!



We are happy with the service provided. The mobile welding service is very convenient and will recommend to my friends!


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TIG & MIG Welding Sydney

Our skilled welding team has a vast experience in TIG & MIG Welding, metal fabrication services, industrial welding, structural welding, mobile welding service, and repair of all types of metals having thickness of any size.

Sydney Welding has a professional and highly trained team having a huge experience in the latest MIG and TIG technology. Our welders are able to resolve many issues that other Sydney welders can’t. Our team of welders is always ready for a new challenge. We are proud of the jobs and work we do. We can solve any complex issue on site in no time.

TIG & MIG Welding Sydney

Our TIG & MIG welding Services are always in demand. This is because of the increase in demand from our clients. Sydney Welding can supply MIG & TIG welding in stainless steel, structural steel, mild steel, aluminium and many other metals. We also offer pressure welding and testing services.

Sydney Welding has been providing metal fabrication services for many years and we specialize in designing and manufacturing of high-quality welding machines and equipment. Most of our Sydney clients are regularly working with us since years.

Our highly skilled and qualified welding staff delivers high class products made with with materials of the highest quality.

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MIG welding stands for Metal inert Gas welding. It is used by professionals in many different areas. The process for MIG welding is really simple, which makes it easier to perform and learn than other welding techniques like stick welding.

MIG Welding produces a clean and nice weld finish. This is why many people want us to do MIG welding for them. MIG welding can also be used on plate metals and gauges that are thinner.

TIG welding is good for joining metals. Both power sources AC or DC can be used depending on which metal is being used. This is good for thinner metal pieces.

In order to choose the best welding option, Sydney Welding has all the expertise and welding experience for TIG & MIG jobs.

Here are some situations when you should use MIG or TIG welding:

  • Aluminium welding
  • Cast iron repairs
  • Cropping and punching
  • Sheet metal inquiries
  • Stainless steel projects
  • Earthmoving equipment
  • Meter pit covers (lids)
  • Galvanizing
  • Chassis repairs and extensions
  • Accident-damaged trailers and trucks
  • Aluminium products
  • Site welding repairs
  • Air arc gouging

TIG stands for Tungsten Inert Gas welding. Plasma is used in TIG Welding to heat and join metals. TIG welding is mostly used to weld aluminium, stainless steel and other metals. TIG welding is not for everyone.

You have to be highly skilled to do this type of welding. A very high level of expertise is required along with patience because TIG Welding requires a lot of time and is a very slow process.

TIG welding provides a very strong weld that is very long-lasting and durable.

Aluminium is a metal which is especially welded through TIG Welding. Aluminium can be joined by many other types of welds but TIG welding is the most effective way to join aluminium.

The growing demand and usage of aluminium has increased with time and it is being highly used in many different industries. TIG welding is perfect for many types of aluminium welding jobs.

Get in touch with Sydney Welding to find out whether you require a TIG or MIG welding for your job. We can offer free advice and consultation.

Call us now or fill out our contact form today to get your TIG & MIG Welding job done in the best possible way. We offer free consultation and provide an obligation free quote!

Reason To Choose Sydney Welding?

We are committed to delivering the highest quality results for every job.

We always put in the time and effort to do our work to a high standard.

We always try for minimal disruptions and give your home the utmost respect.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Your quote will be totally  free, simply contact us on 0426416748 for a no obligation quote. You can also fill in the form mentioned below to get an expert’s call about your property and we’ll assist you with anything you need!

We are located in Sydney, New South Wales. No matter where you are in Sydney, we can come to your location! No distance is too far for us. We will provide emergency services as well if the need arises.

It takes us different amounts of time to complete these tasks, depending on the nature of work. We will be happy to explain this better for you when we contact you.

The major difference between TIG & MIG is that MIG uses a continuously feeding wire and TIG uses long welding rods and slowly feeds them into the welding area (TIG).

MIG welding involves the constantly feeding of a wire made from metal (filler material) into the weld being made to help join the two metal objects. The power source used is DC. MIG welding can weld thicker materials & provide strong heavy-duty welds quicker than TIG welding does.

Both these welding techniques are used for joining a variety of shapes and material. TIG & MIG welding both use electric arcs for production of heat. Inert gases are also used in the process.

TIG welding is best for work that requires a neat and clean finish. The weld is so clean that it does not require any other smoothing or any further cleanup.

TIG welding is takes a lot of time and requires patience as compared to MIG welding. But the quality of weld produced by TIG welding makes it highly recommended where a precision and perfection work is required.

Yes, we do weld gutter. We have trained and skilled team for handling the work on guttering welding.

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